Pitcairn Island Expedition

Lynn Danaher shares this invitation with you…

Due to our long-standing friendships with some of the residents, we have been invited by the Pitcairn islanders themselves to spend a month on Pitcairn exploring petroglyph sites and conducting forensic archaeology. 

We will be the first to test for DNA at a historical burial site in Adamstown, of some of the original mutineers.  We anticipate 2 teams of 2 weeks each, max 6 participants per team, plus guides, researcher and forensic anthropologist.

This is a true remote expedition into a rugged difficult place with limited amenities.  It involves flying to Mangareva from Tahiti and taking a small ship to Pitcairn via a 32-hour passage embarking via a original style long boat thru surf. 

Must be fit and have a positive attitude for adventure.  This an Expedition not a Tour!

All expenses are covered from Tahiti; hotel, airfare to Mangareva, ship transport to and from Pitcairn, all food, lodging & transport on the island, plus, all necessary tools and professional guides.

If interested, please contact Lynn for further information and an application to join this unique expedition.  

Capt. Lynn Danaher, FN’05
Pacific Islands Research Institute
Cell & Text ; 808-755-8045     4islandexplorer@gmail.com

Posted on December 9, 2019 at 5:49 am by

Categories: History, Science
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