Paradise Bay

Paradise Harbour is another of Antarctica's most visited areas, "zodiac cruising" on the ubiquitous small inflatable craft (zodiacs) that ferry everyone around in Antarctica is very popular. There are many icebergs that calve off the glacier at the harbor's head, these provide an fascinating infinite variety of shapes and shades of blue.Ice floes also provide a floating resting spot for various seals and penguins that you may be able to view at close quarters if they aren't scared off by the boat coming up close. If you're lucky, you may see some whales swimming around too. Landings are not always made, but the glaciers and mountains reflect beautifully in the water and the serenity of the area is a highlight for many visitors - not for nothing did it earn its name.
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Polar Circle Air-Cruise

Polar Circle - Air Cruise Jumping over Cape Horn and the mythical waters of the Drake Passage we will take you to explore one of the most spectacular places on earth, the coldest, highest, windiest, driest, and remotest continent – Antarctica...

$18,248.75