Falkland Islands

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Cruises to the Falkland Islands

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Falkland Islands - South Georgia - Antarctica
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Falkland Islands - South Georgia - Antarctica

Meet at least six penguin species!

HDS21-19. A cruise to the Falkland Islands, South Georgia & the Antarctic Peninsula. Visit some of the most beautiful arrays of wildlife on Earth. This journey will introduce you to at least 6 species of penguin and a whole lot of Antarctic fur seals!

m/v Hondius

m/v Hondius

Cruise date:

3 Nov - 23 Nov, 2019

Price:

21800 USD 17400 USD 4400 USD discount

Falkland Islands - South Georgia - Antarctic Peninsula

Meet at least six penguin species

OTL31-19. This Falkland Islands, South Georgia, and Antarctic Peninsula cruise is an animal-lover’s dream come true. The expedition explores one of the last untamed areas on Earth – a land of ruggedly beautiful landscapes and amazingly varied wildlife.

m/v Ortelius

m/v Ortelius

Cruise date:

16 Feb - 7 Mar, 2019

Price:

14250 USD

Falkland Islands - South Georgia - Antarctica

Meet at least six penguin species

PLA24-19. This Falkland Islands, South Georgia, and Antarctic Peninsula cruise is an animal-lover’s dream come true. The expedition explores one of the last untamed areas on Earth – a land of ruggedly beautiful landscapes and amazingly varied wildlife.

m/v Plancius

m/v Plancius

Cruise date:

30 Nov - 18 Dec, 2019

Price:

18400 USD

Falkland Islands - South Georgia - Antarctica

Meet at least six penguin species

OTL25-20. This Falkland Islands, South Georgia, and Antarctic Peninsula cruise is an animal-lover’s dream come true. The expedition explores one of the last untamed areas on Earth – a land of ruggedly beautiful landscapes and amazingly varied wildlife.

m/v Ortelius

m/v Ortelius

Cruise date:

16 Dec, 2019 - 3 Jan, 2020

Price:

13350 USD

Falkland Islands - South Georgia - Antarctica

Meet at least six penguin species

PLA28-20. This Falkland Islands, South Georgia, and Antarctic Peninsula cruise is an animal-lover’s dream come true. The expedition explores one of the last untamed areas on Earth – a land of ruggedly beautiful landscapes and amazingly varied wildlife.

m/v Plancius

m/v Plancius

Cruise date:

19 Jan - 6 Feb, 2020

Price:

14600 USD

Falkland Islands - South Georgia - Elephant Island - Antarctica - Polar Circle

Meet at least six penguin species

HDS31-20. This Falkland Islands, South Georgia, and Antarctic Peninsula cruise is an animal-lover’s dream come true. The expedition explores one of the last untamed areas on Earth – a land of ruggedly beautiful landscapes and amazingly varied wildlife.

m/v Hondius

m/v Hondius

Cruise date:

24 Feb - 17 Mar, 2020

Price:

15350 USD

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Falkland Islands story

Antarctica: the Trip of a Lifetime

Edith joined Oceanwide Expeditions for a 21-day polar expedition cruise through the Falklands, South Georgia, and the South Orkneys to Antarctica....

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Two for the Snow: Polar Cruises for Couples

You know the old saying, “Cold hands, warm heart.” We’re not doctors or anything, but in our opinion that phrase bodes well for couples who visit...

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Overall rating based on 28 votes

patrizia romano
PLA24-18
by patrizia romano on Antarctica

We saw a plenty of different penguins, seals, whales and birds, the landscape around the ship was very beautyful and everything was organized very well, the crew and the guests were very very nice on Plancius...

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Mª Carmen L de Goikoetxea
Fantastic trip
by Mª Carmen L de Goikoetxea on Antarctica

An unforgatable trip!!!!!!!

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Esther Heusser

I'd love to return! Doesn't that say everything?

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Geri Lancia
Antarctica
by Geri Lancia on Antarctica

The whole experience was above my expectations. The staff and crew were so helpful and I never felt I was a bother when I need a little extra help here and there. I would definitely recommend this voyage to anyone...

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Kate Datson
Best Trip of my Life
by Kate Datson on Antarctica

This 18 days on board the Plancius was the best trip I have ever done. No words or photos describe the experience being surrounded by seals whales and penguins in every direction. The crew on board went above...

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Annette Mehling

A fantastic trip to very remote areas of the world. I usually hate using the word but it really was awesome - beautiful scenery, lots of wildlife, pristine environments and so much more to just keep you smiling...

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Falkland Islands FAQ

What is the temperature and weather like in the Falkland Islands?

The climate in the Falkland Islands (Malvinas) is typically cool, but there is not a lot of annual precipitation and snow does not typically stick to the ground. However, please note that minimal amounts of rain fall on a regular basis. No matter what...

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What Wildlife Can I See in the Falkland Islands?

Anyone who takes a voyage to the Falkland Islands (Malvinas) can expect to see a large and diverse group of birds. In fact, this is one of the area’s primary sources of biodiversity. There are 16 endemic bird species, and a total of 63 species use...

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What is the Capital of the Falkland Islands?

Port Stanley is the capital of Falkland Islands (Malvinas). This spot is located on the East Falkland Island, and it is the region’s largest settlement. Stanley provides the main shopping hub for the Falkland Islands. In 1843, work first began on...

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How many people live in the Falkland Islands?

As of 2012, the Falkland Islands (Malvinas) had a population of 2,932. More than 2,100 of these people live in Stanley, which leaves the rest of the islands sparsely populated. Residents of the islands are referred to as Falklanders, and they typically...

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Who Owns the Falkland Islands?

The Falkland Islands (Malvinas) is a British overseas territory, but there have been several disputes over who actually controls West Falkland, East Falkland and the 776 other small islands that make up the entire region. Argentina is one of the nations...

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What Unique Features Does the Falkland Islands Have?

Many visitors to the Falkland Islands (Malvinas) include a stop around West Falklands during their travels. Several islands in the area hosts a great variety of breeding birds and easy to reach large rookeries of Rockhopper penguins, Black-browed...

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About Falkland Islands

Falkland Islands weather

The overall climate of the Falkland Islands is quite similar to that found amongst the British Isles, except with more sunshine in any given year. However the islands are quite windy and the wind can sometimes carry a chill, so be prepared with appropriate layers.

An average spring day (between October through November) in the Falklands will have temperatures around 10°C.

Facts about the Falkland Islands

  • The Falkland boasts a robust population of almost 3000 people.
  • Most of the people living on the islands are of British descent and are known as “Kelpers”.
  • Sheep vastly outnumber human beings on the island, with a population of around 500,000. That’s around 166 sheep for every person.
  • There’s only one true town on the Falklands – Stanley, with a population of a little over 2,100 people.
  • There are no native trees on the islands. Any trees you see on your Falkland Islands expedition have been imported.
  • 80% of the Earth’s Black-browed Albatrosses make their breeding grounds on the islands.
  • There are 5 different species of penguin to be found on your Falkland Islands holiday.

Travel to the Falkland Islands

Join us for a Falkland Islands trip and come explore some of the 778 islands and islets that play host to a vast array of wildlife. Your Falkland Islands expedition offers you an abundance of activities including shore walks, hikes, and even diving for the experienced.

A Falkland Islands holiday is a bonanza for bird watchers – over 220 different species of bird call the Falkland Islands home or use them as their breeding grounds. And for those who prefer their wildlife on the ground or in the sea when you travel to the Falkland Islands you’ll have the chance to meet a variety of porpoises, dolphins, sea lions, and whales.