Located 300 miles from the coast of Argentina
with vast open spaces and pristine beaches,
the Falkland Islands are home to a fascinating
array of animal and plant life. In this unpolluted
environment in the South Atlantic, visitors can
encounter five species of penguin as well as
elephant seal, sea lion and a host of southern
ocean bird species. Discover the interesting
and often turbulent history of the Falklands
on a journey to these welcoming islands.
The Falklands can be visited as a part of an
Antarctic voyage or accessed on its own, either
flying from Santiago or Punta Arenas in Chile
or on a direct charter flight from RAF Brize
Norton in Oxfordshire. Accommodation is in
small hotels and lodges, and travel is by land
and small aircraft with the Falkland Islands
Government Air Service (FIGAS), providing
excellent views of the coastline.
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Fly with LAN from Chile to Mount
Pleasant on the Falkland Islands. Stay 1 night
at the Malvina House hotel in the small capital
Fly to Bleaker Island and stay 2 nights at Cobb's Cottage. This long and thin island is privately owned and run as an organic sheep and cattle farm. Take easy walks along the sandy beaches to see elephant seals, sea lions and abundant birdlife including Magellanic, rockhopper and gentoo penguins, imperial cormorants, white-tufted and silvery grebes and rare flying steamer ducks.
Fly to Sea Lion Island, the most
southerly of the inhabited Falkland Islands, for
2 nights at the Sea Lion Lodge. Self guided
walks to see amazing scenery and view wildlife, including the endangered striated
caracara, Antarctic skua, and elephant seal.
Fly to Stanley for 2 nights at the
Malvina House hotel. Take a full day excursion
to Volunteer Point to see the colony of king
penguins, the second largest penguin species,
before you depart.
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
Prices, based on two people travelling and sharing a twin-room, are intended as a guideline only and may vary according to time of year. Price includes return flights from Santiago de Chile to Mount Pleasant.
This is a suggested itinerary, which can be further tailored to suit your individual needs, and can be combined with an exploration of Chile and other countries South America. The Falklands can be accessed on its own via scheduled flights from Chile or on a direct charter from RAF Brize Norton in the UK. Please inquire for details and prices. The Falkland Islands can also be visited on selected cruises to the Antarctic Peninsula. Please refer to the Polar section of our website for further details.
The purpose-built Cobb's Cottage (named after one of the islands previous owners) offers accommodation to five people in two twin rooms and one single room. A sixth person can be accommodated in a pull-out bed. Equipped with central heating, gas cooker, fridge, 24-hour electricity, television, radio, hi-fi, bath and shower, the cottage offers an extremely comfortable stay to its guests and all just minutes walk away from the island's wildlife. All bed linen and towels are provided. Full board accommodation can be provided on special...
The Malvina House Hotel, built in the late 1960's, was converted into a hotel in 1983 and has since been extensively renovated. Located on Ross Road, it is within easy walking distance of all points of interest. With 18 rooms, it is the largest of the two hotels in Stanley. All rooms have private bathrooms. There is a bar-lounge and the Conservatory Restaurant provides dining in a relaxing atmosphere of plants and shrubs in the renovated original 19th century conservatory, with full a la carte...
Sea Lion Lodge is one of the southernmost hotels in the world, and is also one of the most luxurious places to stay in the Falkland Islands. It was purpose built in 1986 and has central heating in every room; ensuite shower, sink and WC in the double room and the six twin rooms; and a shared shower, sink and WC for the two single rooms. All bedrooms have their own telephone with internet and fax facilities. There are two spacious and comfortable living rooms, equipped with a television, a well stocked library of wildlife books and a conservatory. The Lodge's bar offers an extensive range of wines, beers and spirits to enjoy after a wonderful day exploring the...
Regional air connections are available from within the UK. Please contact your travel consultant for current prices from your nearest city.
We can also arrange flights from overseas, simply give us a call to find out more.
If you choose to take the tour without flights arranged through Cox & Kings, please contact one of our travel consultants prior to booking the flights to ensure that you are aware of the tour timings and all the implications of not booking through us. We strongly advise you not to book flights independently of Cox & Kings if significant charges would apply in case of cancellation.
Flight details may be subject to change prior to departure.