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Falkland Islands Cruises

 Converted trawler tied up on the jetty at the West Point Settlement on West Point Island in the Falkland Islands
 Converted trawler tied up on the jetty at the West Point Settlement on West Point Island in the Falkland Islands
Black browed Albatross and Southern Rockhopper Penguins nest together on the cliffs of West Point Island in the Falkland Islands

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. [ReadMoreMob]

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.

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