The island and Weather Station on it represent one of the most remote places on the planet with constant human presence. The station has been operating since 1956, and it is important for winter forecasting, since cold fronts approach South Africa from that side. If you visit it, you won't see any locals, as the island is uninhabited other than the station crew, which arrives by boat once year. Arrange to visit Weather Station and other attractions in Gough Island using our Gough Island holiday site.
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  • I believe there are only six scientisst who live full-time on the island. Others are not allowed to land so we went on zodiacs around the coast. It is full of birds, seals and penguins. It is green...  more »
  • Rarely visited other than by the South Africans manning the weather station, it can be hard to land on Gough. But a boat or zodiac tour around the island shows terrific scenery and lots of birds--so....  more »

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