Consisting of some of the last untouched wildlife wonders in the World, Falkland Islands comprise of two main islands and 776 other smaller islands spread within the South Atlantic Ocean. Featuring scores of the best unspoiled beaches, the islands and cliffs of the Falkland Islands prove to be a natural safe haven for numerous species that have made Falklands as their home. This most popular home of the King Penguins featuring a spectacular wildlife alongside a quaint rural life-style attracts scores of visitors between the months of October and March every year.
The economy of Falklands which was formerly dependent on sheep farming, is now being largely compensated by a rapidly growing fishing and tourism industry, especially since the beginning of the 21st century. Offering endless photography opportunities and wildlife experiences, some of the prominent wildlife species within Falklands include five penguin species, four species of seals, albatross, petrels, geese, hawks, falcons and the Falklands Flightless Steamer Ducks and other duck species.