Gold Harbor, South Georgia, is located off the southern tip of South America (sub-arctic). It is a small bay five miles S-SW of Cape Charlotte, with Bertrab Glacier at its head, along the east end of Georgia. The west end of the beach is a breeding ground for various types of penguins and large seals, and is not typically frequented by tourists.
This video shows a tourist on the beach watching the seals and penguins. One of the elephant seals — apparently attracted to her — slowly works its way over to her to snuggle and flirt.