Antarctica, the name itself make the heart shivers !! It is the southernmost continent and site of the South Pole, is a virtually uninhabited, ice-covered landmass. Most cruises to the continent visit the Antarctic Peninsula, which stretches toward South America. .
Vast penguin rookeries and beaches ruled by Antarctic fur seals and southern elephant seals make every day spent in this amazing island group an unforgettable experience.
Beautiful frozen wave in Antarctica pic.twitter.com/E6qL0c4ak9
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Sailing throughout the narrow passage in the flooded caldera of Deception Island is really amazing.
King George Island, the largest of the South Shetland Islands, features colonies of nesting Adé, lie and Chinese penguins, seagull gulls, blue eye cormorants, Antarctic terns and Southern Giant Petrels and are home to the scientific foundations of many different countries.
Macaroni, chinstrap, and gentoo penguins along with elephant seals await you in Livingston Island.
The Antarctic Peninsula’s remarkable history provides you with a kind of excitement frequently only associated with the early explorers.
Morning in Antarctica?
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You need to have enough time to explore its amazing landscapes, the pristine desert of snow, ice, mountains and waterways, and the incredible broad selection of wildlife.
Aside from penguins and seabirds you’re Very probably to see Weddell, crabeater, and leopard seal in addition to Minke, killer and humpback whales at close range.
Hope to navigate a few Of the most gorgeous waterways: the Gerlache Strait, the Neumayer Canal and the Lemaire Canal – the latter are narrow passages between the high rocky faces and magnificent glaciers.
Absolutely Stunning Iceberg, Antarctica pic.twitter.com/VqXmECbBdh
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Paradise Bay is probably the most aptly named place in the world and you may try a landing on the continent proper.
After trolling through the iceberg, scattered waters of the Antarctic Sound, hope to visit the bustling Adé, lie colonies of blue-eyed penguins and cormorants on Paulet Island.
Antarctica from space pic.twitter.com/jMKPFArbKJ
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The Nordenskjö, ld expedition built a stone survival hut here in 1903. Today its ruins have been taken over by nesting penguins. Further exploration can take you to Melchior Island, Cuverville Island, Portal Point, Neko Harbour, Plé, neau Island and if ice conditions allow, to Petermann Island for a visit to the southernmost colony of gentoo penguins.Because #Stories Brings Us #Together Click To Tweet