Neptune’s Bellows | Port Foster | Telefon Bay
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 07 Jan 2020

Neptune’s Bellows | Port Foster | Telefon Bay, 1/7/2020, National Geographic Orion

  • Aboard the National Geographic Orion
  • Antarctica

Our last day in Antarctica was spent exploring the interior of an active volcano! National Geographic Orion was able to navigate through an opening in the wall of the Neptune’s Bellows Caldera and transit to the far end of the interior waterway of Port Foster to our first stop of the day at Telefon Bay.

On shore we explored along the rim of a smaller glacial edged crater and continued on with a longer walk, covering about two miles. After lunch, we repositioned to another site within Port Foster called Whaler’s Bay, were there was a hike up to Neptune’s Window, as well as exploring an old whaling station and British Antarctic survey base. A great finish to a wonderful voyage!

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