Many visitors to the Falkland Islands (Malvinas) include a stop around West Falklands during their travels. Several islands in the area hosts a great variety of breeding birds and easy to reach large rookeries of Rockhopper penguins, Black-browed albatross, and Imperial shags. The majority of the islands are hilly and mountainous, which makes them an enticing place to explore during a Falkland Islands (Malvinas) expedition cruise. Additionally, the biodiversity makes a visit to the Falkland Islands an ideal choice for bird and wildlife lovers from around the world.
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