The Falklands & South Georgia Island

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Lonely Planet, 2004 - Travel - 200 pages
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Plucky penguins and regal albatrosses, awe-inspiring fjords and magnificent icebergs, convivial pubs and captivating shipwrecks - the Falklands and South Georgia Island make for an unforgettable adventure. Written by Lonely Planet founder Tony Wheeler, our one-of-a-kind guide steers you through the heart of this remote and spectacularly rugged landscape.

Go Wild- our natural history chapter brings you closer to the islands' fascinating bird and marine mammal communities.

Take a Hike- in-depth coverage of island walks, including a trek following Shackleton's footsteps over icy South Georgia Island

Get Beneath the Surface- soak up the area's fascinating shipwreck legacy on Stanley's Maritime History Trail

Sleep Tight- from cosy B&Bs to secluded portacabins, accommodations to suit every taste

Go Beyond- the only guidebook with comprehensive coverage of South Georgia Island

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Wheeler is an ex-engineer.

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