Renowned as an excellent destination for birdwatchers, South Georgia has more wildlife than virtually anywhere else on the planet.
A real oasis in the stormy southern oceans, the island is home to penguins, seals, reindeer and abundant sea and land birds. With colonies of over 150,000 pairs of king penguins, this is the perfect place to view the world's second largest penguin, along with numerous other species such as chinstrap, gentoo and macaroni penguins.
The seas around South Georgia also have a prolific biodiversity, with a higher density of marine species than the waters around Galapagos and Ecuador.
A remote, rugged and hauntingly beautiful sub-Antarctic island, its scenery ranges from impressive mountains and mighty glaciers to deep fjords and low-lying grassland. This island wildlife sanctuary, once visited is not easily forgotten. Its snow-covered peaks, blue glacier ice and emerald green bays, are stunningly beautiful.
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