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Dinge die Sie machen oder sehen können::
- Zodiac-Fahrten & Landprogramm
- Boatswain Bird Island vor der Küste von Ascension (Himmelfahrtsinsel)
- Hiking auf Ascension
Karte von Ascension
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What is the Time in Ascension Island?
Ascension Island follows Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). This means that if it is 20:00 GMT (8 p.m.) during your expedition cruise to Ascension Island, it would be 16:00 (5 p.m.) in New York City, USA, 21:00 (9 p.m.) in London, U.K. and 8:00 (8 a.m.) the following...Mehr lesen >>
What is the Temperature Like on Ascension Island?
The average annual temperature ranges from 22 to 31 degrees Celsius (72 to 88 degrees Fahrenheit). The temperature in Georgetown is typically between 23 and 30 degrees Celsius (73 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit) in January, but it cools down by about one degree...Mehr lesen >>
What Wildlife Can I See in Ascension Island?
Ascension Island is a very notable location for wildlife lovers. In fact, it has the Important Bird Area designation from BirdLife International. People who travel to Ascension Island can expect to see numerous seabirds, including Black Noddies, Red-Billed...Mehr lesen >>
What is the Capital of Ascension Island?
Georgetown is the capital of Ascension Island, and it is home to approximately half of the island’s population. This is Ascension Island’s chief settlement, and it is found on the west coast. There is a small downtown area that includes a...Mehr lesen >>
How Many People Live in Ascension Island?
Ascension Island has a population of 880 residents, and an estimated 450 of them live in the capital city of Georgetown. Interestingly, none of the citizens are indigenous to Ascension Island. Instead, the population is made up of people who originated...Mehr lesen >>
Who Owns Ascension Island?
Ascension Island is a British overseas territory. It was reportedly first spotted in 1501, but its official date of discovery is listed as May 21, 1503. That date was a holiday, Ascension Day, and this is how the island got its name. The area has been...Mehr lesen >>