Reach Ushuaia and check into a hotel. We board the ship at Ushuaia, the capital of Tierra del Fuego, Argentina and sail along the Beagle Channel towards the Falkland Islands. Ushuaia is also called as the world’s southernmost city. Take rest throughout the night in the ship.
The second day is spent on the Atlantic waters accompanied by seabirds like albatrosses, shearwaters, and petrels.
Spend this day in the western parts of the Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas), which has a great penguin population. The other side of archipelago also has urban areas with a sizeable human population. You’ll find majestic black-browed albatross, rockhopper penguins, and imperial shags in the Saunders Island. Further, there are other varieties such as king, gentoo, magellanic penguins.
In Port Stanley, you get a chance to move freely and get a glimpse of the lives of Falklanders. The city has a population of around 2932 people, consisting of British and Scottish descent. You’ll love the undisturbed beauty of the island and serene settings along with its roofed homes and kempt gardens. If you can dig a little deeper you can perceive the enduring lives of sailors of those times, early days of the settlements, and Falklands War (1982).
Collect beautiful memories of the trip and travel back to Ushuaia. Finish your breakfast and checkout from the hotel. Drive to the airport for the return flight.