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Paradise Bay is a harbour in West Antarctica. It is one of only two ports used for cruise ships to stop on the continent; the other is Neko Harbour. Cuverville Island or Île de Cavelier de Cuverville is located here. It is a dark, rocky island lying in Errera Channel between Arctowski Peninsula and the northern part of Rongé Island, off the west coast of Graham Land. The Argentine scientific base, Almirante Brown Antarctic Base, is located on the banks of Paradise Bay, as is the Chilean scientific base, González Videla Antarctic Base. Nearly vertical cliffs surround the island except on its northern coast, which has a narrow cobble beach. South and southwest of the beach is a gently sloping apron of bedrock extending to the base of the island's cliffs. Barren, rocky areas on the apron and at higher elevations provide nesting sites for gentoo penguins.
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