Falkland Islands: Paradise Rediscovered

March 13, 2020

From Magellanic penguins to military history! The Argentines call it Islas Malvinas. To the British, this south Atlantic archipelago is known as the Falkland Islands. While it’s the southern-most point of South America, the Falklands are a bastion of British culture and traditions. Located about 400 km northeast of Tierra del Fuego, the Falklands are known for their wildlife (penguins and bird species are plentiful) as well as their dramatic history. Learn more about our Falkland Islands expeditions ⇨ https://bit.ly/39USW39 Check out our current Antarctic offers ⇨ https://bit.ly/3lTD8jz

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