Falkland Islands

Our cruise in the Atlantic takes us to the two sister islands of East and West Falkland, a British protectorate of around 13,000 square kilometres, inhabited by 3,000 people with full British rights, and divided by a channel named Falkland Sound.
Their strategic position has always been very contentious, even until very recently. After the conflict between Britain and Argentina, which claimed sovereignty over the islands, the Falklands are now back to being a quiet corner of the world, east of Patagonia, where you can meet penguins during our Costa cruise to Argentina.