An early start landed us on Neko Harbour, discovered by Belgian explorer Adrien de Gerlache, and named for a Scotting whaling boat, the Harbour is the site of a Gentoo penguin colony and a viewpoint over the waters.
Fish Islands are a group of small islands lying in the northern part of the entrance to Holtedahl Bay. They are home to breeding colonies of Adelie penguins as well as Imperial Shags. The Fish Islands.
Another Antarctic island discovered by Jean-Baptiste Charcot of the French Antarctic Expedition (1908-1910), Pourquoi Pas was named for Charcot's ship in the 1930s by the British Graham Land Expedition who first charted the island.
A short distance from the Lemaire Channel, Petermann island is a common destination for tourists as it offers a landing, historic importance and a great number of Penguins.
The Lemaire Channel is one of the top tourist destinations in Antarctica, comparatively protected the waters are often still, though its location means it is equally often impassable due to the icebergs that accumulate in the Passage and remain for weeks or months due to the calm waters and narrow width.