Visit Pebble Island, Falkland Islands
Pebble Island, Falkland Islands
A lovely place for hiking and wildlife spotting in the day and relaxing and enjoying the cosy lodge in the evening, Pebble Island boasts a fine array of noisy penguin colonies, where it has been known for visitors to see six different species of penguin in a single day.
This is a great place to spend hours immersed in the dynamics of penguin society. Take a seat on a nearby rock to watch the sociable rockhoppers leave their nests, gather in little groups, and set off in their comical gait for the perilous trip down the cliffs to the sea.
Once their hard day’s fishing and feeding is done they have a little play in a rock pool at the foot of the cliffs (safe from their predators that lurk in the ocean), before hopping back up the cliffs and home.
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There are few places that you can stay anywhere in the world that is run by people who are not only so welcoming but that are also so knowledgeable and so readily excited about their surroundings, a real gem of a place.
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Visits to the Penguin colonies and white sand beaches are a must, and for those interested in the 1982 conflict there are many sites to visit, including the memorial to the 19 men who died aboard HMS Coventry which lies 13 miles off the coast