James Clark Ross Island - Antarctica
Separated from Trinity Peninsula by Prince Gustav Channel, the beaches and rocks of this island are volcanic and sedimentary and are an absolute paradise for anyone interested in geology. The beaches are populated with kelp gulls while Antarctic terns and skuas nest on the island's higher slopes. Many of the island's rocks are decorated with bright red and orange lichens, presenting fantastic photographic opportunities. Ice floes in the surrounding waters provide temporary floating homes for Weddell and leopard seals. You can walk up to Hidden Lake, following a stream rich in fossilized remains of deciduous trees, ferns and even clam shells. The following 1 cruises call at James Clark Ross Island. Discover more by clicking the cruise name or ship or click the Enquire button if you want to check availability and pricing.