Join us on a unique journey to the almost uninhabited Falkland Islands. In the middle of penguin colonies and breeding grounds of Albatrosses, you can take photographs completely undisturbed as long as you like. Thanks to the seclusion of the places, there are no time limits for taking pictures.
The Falkland Islands are a unique natural paradise. Along the endless coasts, numerous seabirds breed, which usually only can be observed on Antarctic cruises. Can you imagine sitting in the middle of a king penguin colony, while the animals are climbing almost over your feet? Or sitting on cliffs surrounded by hundreds of two-meter-long albatrosses feeding their chicks? On this trip, these and more dreams will come true.
The locations were selected by us specifically, because you can photograph here without any restrictions. This is the world’s best place to take pictures of King Penguins or Albatrosses. You are not stuck on boat trips and fixed times like on a cruise ship. You can visit the penguin colony any time, without any time limits. At Volunteer Point, close to the King Penguin colony there is a toilet and a warm lounge when you need, but you can spend the whole day from daybreak to sunset outside. On Saunders Island the rookery is located only 300 meters from a breeding ground of Albatrosses with nearly 13,000 breeding pairs. This is the key for incredible pictures, just as any nature photographer and animal lover would have dreamed of.
The travel group is divided into 4 subgroups of 4 persons each. The subgroups will rotate at the different locations. The reason for this is that some of the prime locations only offer accommodation for max 4 persons. However, these small groups especially offer ideal conditions for photography.