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Wildlife Encounter on the Falkland Islands
The Falkland Islands are a remote group of more than 740 islands situated 400 miles off the south-eastern tip of South America. This little-known archipelago remains one of the great natural wonders of the modern world - dominated by miles of pristine coastline and spectacular wildlife. With the wealth of wildlife including five species of penguin and over 60% of the world’s population of black-browed albatross, as well sea lions and other marine mammals, visitors are sure to enjoy an unforgettable experience.
|Day 1||Arrive Stanley and transfer overland to Darwin, a drive of approximately 35 minutes. Overnight on full board at Darwin House.|
|Day 2||Falkland Islands Government Air Service flight from Darwin to Saunders Island. Stay for 3 nights self-catering at The Neck, Saunders Island including roundtrip transfer from the settlement.|
|Day 3||At leisure on Saunders Island.|
|Day 4||At leisure on Saunders Island.|
|Day 5||Domestic flight from Saunders Island to Sea Lion Island. Stay for 2 nights on full board at the Sea Lion Lodge. Including an introductory tour of the island.|
|Day 6||At leisure on Sea Lion Island.|
|Day 7||Domestic flight from Sea Lion Island to Stanley. On arrival in Stanley, you will be collected from the airport and have a full day excursion to Volunteer Point. Including a packed lunch. Overnight at the Malvina House Hotel, Stanley. Including Breakfast.|
|Day 8||Transfer by private vehicle from Stanley to Mount Pleasant Airport for your flight home.|
|Dates||Contact us for further information.|
|Prices||From £1285 per person|
Price includes internal flights, accommodation, meals where listed. International flights, items of a personal nature and gratuities are not included. The trip will require a nights stay in Santiago at the beginning and at the end. The cost of a hotel including breakfast and private transfers are from £160 per person for the outbound and return.