Falkland Islands (UK) Reviews
Description:World Region: South America / "The Falkland Islands are a dependency of the United Kingdom located in the south ... more
Falkland Islands (UK) ... Atlantic Ocean. Cool, strong winds sweep the Falklands year-round, restricting the growth of trees. Stanley is the capital city. The islands are a self-governing Overseas Territory of the United Kingdom, but have been the subject of a claim to sovereignty by Argentina since the British invasion of 1833. In pursuit of this claim in 1982, the islands were invaded by Argentina, precipitating the two-month-long undeclared Falklands War between Argentina and the United Kingdom, which resulted in the defeat and withdrawal of Argentine forces. Since the war there has been strong economic growth in both fisheries and tourism. The inhabitants of the islands are British citizens (since a 1983 Act) and under Argentine Law are eligible for Argentine citizenship, and are colloquially known as "Kelpers". Many can trace their origins in the Islands back to early nineteenth century Scottish immigration. The island's residents reject the Argentine sovereignty claim."
Newest Review: ... which workers also get makes this journey comparable to the LAN Chile flight. Visit the Brize Norton website for current prices as they regularly change, also check what documents you need, and also documents for whoever is going to drop you off at Brize. The other option is on a LAN Chile flight. For this you have to first fly to South America, and stay over night, then take the connecting ... more
Customer Falkland Islands (UK) Reviews (2)
by - written on 27/04/10 (Very useful, 154 readings)
Not many people have been to the Falklands (including the only other reviewer on here) even though almost everyone in the UK has heard of the place due to the Falklands conflict. It is a truly incredible place, and I urge you to read on a learn a little more about this incredible place. There are three main reasons why people go to the Falklands. Firstly, and the main reason is that they go as part of the British military presence. Secondly, they visit as a tourist to see the incredible wildlife, most of these visitors are on cruise ships that also visit South Georgia and the Antarctic Peninsula. Lastly, people go there to work, whilst the Falkland Islands try ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/01, updated on 24/05/01 (Useful, 49 readings)
Malvinas for Argentina. Falklands for the British, and well, so we are talking about Falklands for the world. There's nothing there, a bunch of doggy people and sheeps, sheeps, and sheeps. Now because of teh British-Argentinian politic relations, its able to take a plane or a ship to get to the Islands from Argentina. But both kind of trips are not recomendable because it not a touristic place so prices are really high, the same happen with the accomadation. Maybe this is an opinion from someone that try it but never did it. But because of the inormation that i collected from argentinians, and english people from the navy, stay in Argentina mainland, ... Read the complete review
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