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Port Stanley Highlights


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Winter (Nov - Mar)

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25 travellers
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Discover the highlights of Stanley, the Falkland Islands’ charming capital, on this two-hour guided coach tour.
  • Experience the highlights of Stanley, the tiny capital of the Falkland Islands

  • Get a unique insight into the life and history of these rugged islands with your local guide

  • See the iconic shipwreck of the iron barque, The Lady Elizabeth

Small, beautiful Stanley 

Your tour begins along Ross Road, the capital’s seaside main street.  

Your guide will point out the town’s highlights, including Christ Church Cathedral and the Whalebone Arch, the 1982 Liberation Memorial, the Lady Elizabeth shipwreck, and some of Stanley’s original houses. You’ll gain insight into the way of life and heritage in these rugged islands, and you can look out for local wildlife like the Upland Goose and the Falkland Steamer Duck. 

The tour ends at the Historic Dockyard Museum, or you can be dropped off at the Jetty Visitor Centre.    

Practical information

  • Included: Free entry to Nutt Cartmell Cottage and a tour pack, including a map, stamped postcard, museum leaflet and a hot beverage voucher redeemable at the Teaberry Café or the Waterfront Kitchen Cafe. 

  • Remarks/requirements: Warm and waterproof layered clothing and comfortable footwear are recommended. The order of sites may vary to avoid congestion.   

  • Walking or activity information: Involves limited physical activity, most of the tour is operated by vehicle. There are photo stops on paved, gravel and grassy terrain. 

  • Wheelchair accessible: Yes. Guests must be able to climb one small step onto the bus and wheelchairs must be foldable. 

  • Language availability: English 

Penguins perched on the ice of Cuverville Island, Antarctica. Credit: Espen Mills / HX Hurtigruten Expeditions

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