There's a ghost ship in the Gerlache Strait, the wreck of the whaling vessel Gouvernoren. Back in 1916, the ship caught fire and then sank in the once-busy hunting ground. You can see the ship poking out of the freezing waters in the harbor, so keep an eye out for that slice of history and photo opportunity.
The great stars of the Gerlache Strait are the penguins. Although this is one of the harshest environments on Earth, these unique animals thrive here, and you can get a glimpse into their world. As you traverse the habitats of these interesting creatures, pay attention to how they move, what they build and how they interact with each other. It's one of the best things to do in Gerlache Strait, Antarctica.
As you sail the waters of the strait looking out for wildlife, remember to also look up to spot the far-off mountains. You will find that some of them have transparent ice walls, glacial spouts and craggy cliffs. It's an untamed land of beautiful scenery.
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