One of the best things to do in Schollaert Channel, Antarctica, is to spot animals in the wild. You'll come across wildlife you never dreamed you'd see in person. From marching penguins to swimming whales and jumping seals, you won't want to forget your binoculars.
Icebergs are one of those things that make you realize just how small humans are. And 90% of them are underneath the water! When you go to Schollaert Channel, you'll probably pass Anvers Island. This is one of the best places on Earth to spot massive icebergs. The juxtaposition between the blinding white snow and deep blue sea will make you feel as if you're staring at a painting.
You still have the opportunity to learn about the areas you're passing through. Antarctica has no native people, but it was first discovered by Polynesian explorers more than 1,000 years ago. The Schollaert Channel that passes between Anvers Island and Brabant Island was rediscovered in the late 1800s by Belgian explorers. It connects Dalhan Bay and the Gerlache Strait, and the two surround a chain of islands called the Palmer Archipelago.
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