The Falkland Islands are filled with a unique combination of wildlife, nature, intriguing history and culture. With beautiful blue open skies and sandy beaches that stretch for days, the Islands maintain the charms of yesteryear.
The remote Islands are home to spectacular populations of penguins, seals and albatross, the Falkland Islands are so much more than the legacy of war and sovereignty claims lead you to believe. A place of great beauty featuring white beaches, dramatic cliffs and windswept grasslands of buttercup yellows and sage greens, the Falklands are a revelation for the first-time visitor and a must-see destination for intrepid travellers.
While on the Falklands your local guide will share insights into local life and the intriguing history of this small capital on a walking tour stopping at the Cathedral, Government House and the Liberation Monument.