At Penguin Travel we offer a variety of onshore and offshore excursions including various locations across East Falklands. Our tours are led by our team of expert guides, who's knowledge and enthusiasm will ensure you have the best experience. Ride a town bus and enjoy the views that Stanley and nearby surroundings have to offer, or get in Land Rover for our long-distance trips, for a true Falklands experience!
4x4 all day trip to a stunning white sand beach, breading Gentoo colony and an array of other incredible wildlife.
Jump on a bus and take a ride through colourful Stanley sightseeing all that the quaint town has to offer.
Discover colourful Stanley by taking a 2 hour walk around the old centre streets. Iconic sites such as the 19th century Cathedral, Victorian-style police station and the classic British post-box and phone-box are just some of the things you will see on this tour.
See Magellanic penguins 15 minute drive from the colourful capital, Stanley.
Walk for 3 miles around a stunning coast line seeing much of the flora and fauna of the Falkland Islands, including the Pale Maiden (the flower of the Falkland Islands).
4x4 adventure to see wallowing Elephant seals and Gentoo penguins. A great off-roading adventure for all ages.
A 4x4 journey right from the pier. A driving tour of the stunning East Falklands coastline before reaching North Pond which is home to an array of wildlife including both Magellanic and Gentoo penguins and sometimes even the odd King Penguin visitor.
A 4x4 off-roading experience to Newmans' Farm where you will enjoy a Gentoo penguin colony as well as many other birds such as the Southern Giant Petrel, Rock Cormorants and Skuas.
1 hour drive through the winding main route of the East Falklands and a 30 minute off-roading experience, you will find yourself on the flatlands where the spectacular and pristine beach will emerge with all it's stunning flora and fauna. Gentoo penguins are the main attraction but there is so much more to see here!
This tour is designed for the history buffs. Drive through the battlefields of the Falkland Islands war that took place less than 40 years ago.
Jump on a comfortable bus and drive through a small part of the 1982 war journey. Ending at Fitzroy where a major battle commenced. enjoy a a local traditional "smoko" and history tour with a local guide.
An emotional tour to the Argentine Cemetery at Darwin where there are many argentine soldiers laid to rest. A winding journey through the hills to and from the cemetery is the perfect scenery to reflect.