Paradise Bay or Harbour is one of the most beautiful and pristine spots in Antarctica and as such, is an important stop during an Antarctic cruise to the Peninsula, with mountains and glaciers reflecting off the calm and tranquil waters.
It is also one of only two ports used for cruise ships to stop on the continent; the other is Neko Harbour, a stunning area for whale spotting and panoramic views.
Find out more about visiting Paradise Harbour on an Antarctic Cruise
Map of Paradise Harbour
Trips that visit Paradise Harbour
Looking for an Antarctic adventure without compromising on comfort and service? Look no further. Benefitting from a $10 million refurbishment, this stylish 110-passenger ship, with its cavernous suites, fine dining and compelling itinerary, offers a very polished Southern Ocean adventure,…
This classic Peninsula trip stands out for its generously proportioned cabins, value for money and stylish 114-passenger ship. Spend 5-6 days experiencing Antarctica’s highlights, with optional camping and kayaking. Complimentary hotel stay in Ushuaia and a parka jacket are nice…
Alongside the obvious highlights of the destinations themselves, we like this voyage for this ship’s renowned stability ensuring more comfortable sea days. Combined with a sizeable expedition staff and an extensive programme of activities, Southern Ocean travel doesn’t come much…