Falkland Islands Overview
The Falkland Islands in Antarctica is known all over the world for its vibrant biodiversity, making it one of the most popular tourist attractions in the continent. Exuding a British vibe and ambience, the islands take inspiration from the British architecture and design, which is very clearly present here. The island also serves as a home and nesting area to many different species of birds and marine animals, such as albatross, penguins, etc. You can also visit several museums and historical monuments here.

Location: South Atlantic Ocean, Patagonian Shelf

Highlights: Port Stanley, Dockyard Museum, East Falkland Villages, penguin sighting at Volunteer Point
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