Falkland Islands Cruises
The rugged South Atlantic archipelago of the Falkland Islands and its distinctive cliff-lined coasts and hundreds of islets, is home to the world’s remotest sheep farms. Rarely visited on cruise itineraries, yet highly sought-after, the arresting shores of the Falklands boast a plethora of marine life, shipwrecks and a vast population of penguins, seals and albatrosses.
The Falkland Islands are ideal for both adventurers and those looking for a quiet holiday. Wildlife watching is a must, as are activities such as golf and fishing. The capital, Stanley, shows off its British heritage with red phone boxes and very English pubs. It’s a colourful seaside town with museums, shops, restaurants and bars which are full of friendly locals keen to tell tales of times gone by.
A cruise to the Falkland Islands reveals the beauty of a group of islands ripe for exploration. An important part of modern UK history, no visit would be complete without a tour of the poignant battlefields.