Falkland Islands Tours
Tours to the Falkland Islands and beyond. An experienced Holidays Please Travel Agent can help you plan your ideal holiday or choose from one of our pre-planned itineraries.
See animals in the wild or be a wild party animal. Peruse our featured highlights and see where your next adventure lies.
What to do in the Falkland Islands
Port Stanley with its terraced house, red phone boxes and abundance of Union flags* is very much Little Britain. Visit the museum of the Argentinian invasion and the Lady Elizabeth Shipwreck.
Port Stanley is the starting point to explore the other Falkland Islands and is also visited by some Antarctic cruise ships.
* The Union flag becomes the Union Jack when flown from a ship
Sea Lion Island
Sea Lion Island is home to hundreds of sea lions. You’ll find them swimming off shore, lazing on the cliffs and in true Sea Lion fashion, fighting and moaning throughout the day. The Sea Lion Lodge is the only place to stay. In addition to the Sea Lions, with no natural predators, there is an abundance of birds. The 40+ species include Cobb’s wrens and tussock.
Cape Bougainville, on the northern coastline of East Falkland is home to Salvador Farm aka Gibraltar Station. Its dramatic cliffs and white sand beaches offer the most amazing scenery and the outlandish Rockhopper Penguins. Their Mohawk still headdress gives them the impression of belonging to the punk rock movement of the 1980’s when they interbreed with the macaroni penguins, the offspring a really a sight to behold.
Need to know
Currency: Falkland Island pound (£), equals UK pound
Visa Requirement: Not required by UK nationals
LATAM: LHR via GRU, 2 days per week