Norfolk Island: Norfolk Island from the Air
Norfolk Island National Park covers a large chunk of the island (6.5 sq km while the entire island is only 34 sq km). It protects a lot of fauna and flora species that are extremely rare and found nowhere on earth. Many hiking trails criss cross the preserve climbing as high as Mt Pitt (the highest point on the island) and steeply descending to the ocean. Hiking around here is a total jungle experience with massive trees rising above your head and creating impenetrable canopy, Norfolk pine and Norfolk ferns grow in abundance, as well as insular flowers and vines. And I did see several endemic birds.