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Places to visit in the Falkland Islands

The Falkland Islands won’t appeal to everyone, and therein lies their appeal. If you’re drawn to this sparsely populated, wind-whipped archipelago, you’re in good company: our specialists have explored much of this sub-Antarctic hinterland. They’ll tell you where to go in the Falklands for some of the most close-up wildlife viewing on the planet. Then they’ll help you craft a trip that takes in the achingly wild, roadless landscapes — one of the Falkland Islands’ main attractions.

From Stanley, the capital, you might head to Volunteer Point to walk among a colony of some 400 king penguins, or stumble across elephant seals in the tussac grass of Carcass Island. Port Howard offers some of the world’s best fly-fishing, while Bleaker Island promises remoteness of a kind most people will never know.
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Map of places to visit in the Falkland Islands

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