Named after Edouard Lockroy- a French politician and Vice President of the Chamber of Deputies- is a natural harbor in the Wiencke Island in Palmer Archipelago of the British Antarctic Territory. It has been converted into a museum and post office and is one of the most popular destination for tourists in the Antarctic Peninsula. Unlike other places in the world, Port Lockroy does not have a variety of recreational facilities but the scenery, abundant wildlife and the historical significance of the island alone will leave tourists breathless.
Unique Spots to See in Port Lockroy, Antarctica is a list of places that you can check out when in Port Lockroy. Make sure to experience this during your adventure to Antarctica!!!
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The Gentoo Penguin that are nesting in Port Lockroy provides a fantastic opportunity to get up close and take some great pictures. The penguins are at ease with humans and has made a home for themselves in the harbor.
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For guests wishing to purchase souvenirs, the Gift Shop in the harbor provides a great opportunity to purchase items to be taken home. The proceeds from the shop is used to help in the renovation of the historic sites in Antarctica.
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One of the best things that tourists can really appreciate at the harbour are the great mountain scenery. Enjoy the picturesque views of the surrounding mountain!
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The harbor has been created as a museum that has been protected and restored. Tourists visiting the area will learn new things about the place and love it even more!
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