Our guide to the cruising sites of Antarctic Peninsula (East)
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These are the sites around Antarctic Peninsula (East) that are visited by expedition cruise ships. Select a site from the list to find out more about it below.
Brown Bluff is on the mainland of the Antarctic peninsula and takes its name from its imposing brown cliffs - part of an ancient volcano.
The cliffs and the narrow beach below are covered in wildlife. If you land you may be able to walk (carefully) on the beach amid large numbers of nesting Gentoo and Adelie penguins. There is also a nesting kelp gull colony.
Other birds usually seen at Brown Bluff include nesting Cape and Snow petrels on the cliffs.
Leopard seals may be on patrol in the waters close to the beach.
Ships that visit