The Sub-Antarctic's Wildlife Mecca
South Georgia

Stunningly beautiful and rugged, the wildlife rich sanctuary of South Georgia, with its snow covered peaks, blue glacier ice, and emerald green bays is home to the largest King Penguin colonies on earth. The remote Falkland Islands boast a rugged beauty with dramatic cliffs, sandy bays and an equally impressive diversity of wildlife. Visitors to these Sub-Antarctic islands will be treated to five penguin and eight different seal species, as well as some of the world's largest populations of albatross, including the majestic wandering albatross.