Cruises to Gerlache Strait, Antarctica will take you to one of the world's final frontiers. This icy wonderland is named after explorer Adrien de Gerlache, who studied the area in 1898 as part of the Belgian Antarctic Expedition aboard the ship Belgica. The Gerlache Strait is a remote point on the Antarctic Peninsula that is home to humpback whales, seabirds, penguins and seals. You'll feel the cold air rushing past your face as you witness a sensory overload of snow-covered beauty, beaming with vistas of translucent icebergs, white mountains and a deep blue sea. Take your best camera with you to capture all the beauty, and take advantage of the expeditions available to you.