Located in the Antarctic Sound, Brown Bluff stands out for its incredible rust-coloured volcanic tuff cliffs. Composed of an ancient subglacial volcano whose lava formed a perfectly flat top, this site offers a grandiose decor of long beaches and glaciers. At the foot of this huge wall nest more than 10,000 couples of Adelie penguins and several hundred Gentoo penguins. When your ship calls here, don’t miss your chance to observe their clumsy waddling as they leave their nest and head for the beach in search of food. Several other species of sea birds can be observed here, including snow petrels.