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We had a wonderful 4 days in late October on Saunders.Island. Three nights at the Rookery and one at the Settlement with a day trip to the Neck, The accommodation at the Rookery was excellent with the real advantage of being able to access the...More
Probably my favourite place in the Falkland Islands. Plenty of Gentoo, Rock Hopper, Magellanic penguins plus a dozen or so Kings. Striated Caracara, Turkey Vulture, Kelp Gulls, Dolphin Gulls, Southern Giant Petrels Kelp Goose and Upland Goose plus the best of all the Black Browed...More
Visited here recently whilst on an Expedition Trip. Beautiful scenery and stunning wildlife. Had to keep my eyes peeled to make sure I didn't fall over a penguin. Well worth the walk to see the King's, Rockhopper's and Albatross. If you ever get the opportunity...More
Expect basic accomodation and a fantastic location. The neck has a portakabin type place overlooking the two beaches. You are a bit at the mercy of those who preceeded you in the two four person bedrooms, one shower room/toilet , and kitchen/living room accomodation. We...More
We stayed at the portakabin at the neck on Saunders island for 4 nights as part of a photography group (7 people). The portakabin is a remote self-catering facility. The portakabin has 2 bedrooms. Each bedroom has bunkbeds accommodating 4 people. There is a bathroom...More
We visited as part of an Antarctic cruise and although we were 110 passengers were treated warmly by the owner and his family. My spouse was on crutches and Biffa (the owners's sister) kindly offered to take us to see the island by Range Rover...More
Saunders Island boasts no less than five penguin species. We visited here last month as part of an Antarctic cruise that encompassed the Falklands and South Georgia. Our landing point was right at the neck, or isthmus, of Saunders Island, and an easy trail went...More
Arrived by figas, then 4by4 to the neck informed 'roads' much improved (only 30 mins)
Accommodation, two room either side of main room, both has two bunk beds, main room sitting area and kitchen, bathroom basic but adequate,
Got meal packs 3 days for two...More
This was our 4th visit to the Falands and 3rd to Saunders. We stayed overnight at the settlement and then to the Neck for 4 days.
Although, the weather wasn't the best this time, very windy, it didn't detract from the experience in the slightest....More