Chatham Islands: Driving Around Island

Chatham Island is for the most part treeless pastureland as most of the forests were cut for sheep and cow and horse grazing. Driving around the island, there are thousands of sheep everywhere – it’s even more intense then mainland New Zealand. Beautiful green landscapes of endless hills and green grass. Cattle is everywhere as well, as there’s plenty of free range to roam around. Agriculture and fishing are the only two industries on the the island, with tourism beings a distant….. well, tourism actually doesn’t exist.