Just north of the Antarctic Circle, Petermann Island is one of the less visited islands on the Antarctic Peninsula, found as you venture further south, travelling down the Lemaire Channel. It is a fantastic place to see Weddell, crabeater and elephant seals, as well as skuas and other Antarctic sea birds. There is also an impressive number of penguins, the majority form a large Adélie penguin colony. Other islands that you may stop at in this area include Pléneau Island, a great place for watching the curious-looking elephant seal basking on the beaches
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Map of Petermann Island
Trips that visit Petermann Island
Flexibility is the key to success in Antarctica. All voyage routes take advantage of the ever-changing opportunities provided by nature, crafting a unique and extraordinary experience each time.
With few departures in November and March, this competitively priced 10-day voyage provides 4 whole days exploring the Antarctic Peninsula. Traveling aboard a small, highly manoeuvrable ship, ensures your time will be maximised, particularly if you opt for kayaking as…
With three medium-sized expedition ships and regular departure dates throughout the season, this well priced voyage is a popular option. Across striking landscapes and icy seas your company will include penguins, seals, whales and skuas. For the adventurous, optional kayaking…