Grytviken is surprisingly well-sheltered, and it has become a popular spot for couples that want a truly unique wedding. The highest peaks on the island are permanently covered in snow, and it is common to see icebergs in the water around South Georgia.
The local flora and fauna are a big draw, and stamp collectors may be able to purchase a couple of rare South Georgia stamps during their trip. This remote island’s topography is also very noteworthy, and it contains a spectacular central high alpine mountain range.
History is abundant here, ranging from tales of early 20th-century whaling to the exploits of the famous explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton. The main attraction, however, is the wildlife, which is second to no other place on Earth. It is truly a paradise for wildlife lovers!