Stanley – Falklands Nature Trek
Available all year
Flora and fauna of the Falkland Islands.
A brisk walk over uneven/rough terrain.
Spectacular views of Stanley.
For the nature enthusiast, this is an exclusive opportunity to view the flora and fauna of the Falkland Islands. Passengers will be transported from the Jetty Visitors Centre by minibus to nearby Whalebone Cove, where the walk will begin. This tour entails 3.5 miles of brisk walking over uneven terrain. Thus, passengers must be physically able. This walk is classified as strenuous due to the rough terrain. The expert guide will distribute a checklist specially illustrated for the tour and provide general background information on the wildlife of the Falkland Islands, along with what you might expect to see on this tour.
As well as numerous species of flora and fauna, you’ll also see spectacular views of Stanley. We recommend that passengers bring binoculars, a camera, and a pen or pencil.
Due to changing weather conditions, it is advised that passengers bring waterproof clothing and warm layers and wear sensible footwear.
Included: Bottled water. To reduce plastic, guests are encouraged to bring their own refillable water bottle.
Remarks: Waterproof clothing and warm layers. Sensible and comfortable footwear.
Walking information: 3.5 mile/5.5 km over uneven, rocky, grassy terrain.
Wheelchair accessible: No.
Expedition cruises offering this activity
See some of the world's most wonderful nature on a cruise with Hurtigruten Expeditions
Antarctica & Falklands Expedition | Northbound
Mar 17, 24, Mar 17, 25 + 1 more departure
MS Fridtjof Nansen
In-Depth Antarctica, Falklands & South Georgia Expedition
Jan 4, 24, Jan 25, 24 + 13 more departures