Take a small ship cruise to the picturesque Antarctic island of Cuverville, located in the Antarctica Peninsula, and more specifically on the Errera Channel. Cuverville Island was discovered by Gerlache's Belgian Antarctic expedition which lasted between 1897-1899. But the island is currently uninhabited by humans- although it is a popular tourist destination. Cuverville Island is known for being filled with Gentoo penguins, tons of brown skuas, occasional snow and cape petrels, fur seals, and picture-perfect beaches. Consider cruising throughout Antarctica on a small ship cruise in order to be able to access smaller ports, beaches, and to have more personal attention with a superior crew to passenger ratio. Contact our travel specialists to start planning your personalized trip to Cuverville Island today!