Falkland Islands

 

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The Falkland Islands are made up of approximately 740 islands, the main two being East and West Falklands, with the total land mass covering around 4,700 sq miles, or about the same size as Wales. The British first claimed the islands in 1592 when sighted by Captain John Davis of the Desire. 

We offer itineraries for the discerning traveller, covering all interests whether they be specialized, such as Ornithology, Photography, War History, Fishing or those travellers who require a more general itinerary that will incorporate the wildlife, community, geography and hospitality of the Islands.   We cater for all holiday budgets, single or group travel, any tour length and also offer superb “add on” itineraries for those travelling through South America, the possibilities are endless….