Explore the rugged beauty and untouched landscapes of the Falkland Islands.
About Falkland Islands
The Falkland Islands, located in the South Atlantic Ocean, are a remote archipelago known for their stunning natural beauty, rich wildlife, and intriguing history.
Why this destination is perfect for you
Discover a selection of reasons why this destination is the perfect match for you. Embark on an adventure that promises to fulfil your wanderlust and create cherished memories, as this destination caters to your unique desires and ensures an unforgettable travel experience.
Pristine Natural Beauty
Extraordinary Wildlife Encounters
Pristine Marine Environment
Unique Flora and Fauna
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The Falkland Islands are situated in the South Atlantic Ocean, approximately 300 miles off the coast of Argentina.
The most common way to reach the Falkland Islands is by air. Flights are available from South America, particularly from Chile or Argentina. There are also occasional cruises that visit the islands.
The Falkland Islands can be visited year-round, but the peak tourist season is from November to March when the weather is milder. Wildlife enthusiasts may prefer to visit during the summer months (December to February) when bird and marine life are most active.
The Falkland Islands use the Falkland Islands Pound (FKP). British pounds are also accepted, and major credit cards are generally accepted in larger establishments.
English is the official language of the Falkland Islands.
Visitors from most countries do not require a visa for stays of up to 90 days. However, it is advisable to check visa requirements based on your nationality.
The Falkland Islands offer a range of activities such as wildlife watching, birdwatching, hiking, fishing, boat tours, and historical sightseeing.
Yes, the Falkland Islands are considered safe for tourists. The crime rate is low, and the local population is friendly and welcoming.
The Falkland Islands are home to an array of wildlife, including penguins (such as king penguins, rockhopper penguins, and gentoo penguins), seals, sea lions, dolphins, whales, and various bird species.
The Falkland Islands have designated wildlife protection areas. Visitors are required to follow guidelines and respect the rules to ensure the conservation and welfare of the wildlife.
It is recommended to pack warm clothing, including waterproof and windproof layers, as the weather can be unpredictable. We trust Craghoppers with our clothing. Comfortable footwear, binoculars, and a camera are also essential for wildlife and nature observation.
Mobile phone coverage is available in some areas of the Falkland Islands, but it may be limited. It is advisable to check with your service provider for international roaming options or consider purchasing a local SIM card.