Falkland Islands Port Shuttles
PSY airport transfers
A dual-island haven hidden in the South Pacific Ocean, the Falkland Islands offer two main cruise ports, each offering an especially dramatic oasis for those interested in getting to know the local British-native culture. Also known as ‘Islas Malvinas’ to South Americans, the region is made up of two islands; West Falkland and East Falkland. The main arrival point for West Falkland is the Port Howard Ferry Terminal south of the small town of Port Howard, while East Falkland’s main arrival point is just north of the much larger village of Stanley. Discover greatness wherever the day takes by having the transfer to make it happen, whether that means reserving time alone with one of many private transfers ranging from simple sedans to spacious chartered buses for coastline conversations, or go with meet-and-greet services that make for convenient views from the perspective of a local personal driver, as well as elegant limousines to British backdrops.
A variety of eclectic tourist-friendly towns make West and East Falkland explorable for at least a day. A popular all-in-one attraction can be found in Stanley’s Falkland Islands Museum and National Trust, home to a quick overview story of the two islands, while interesting statues line the waterfront such as the Royal Marine Memorial and Solar System Monument. Conversely, the western island offers remote and quiet escapes that include windy vistas of the Byron Sound from Clove Point just north of Hill Cove, as well as tranquil ferry rides from the shores of Port Howard. Food, however, can more easily be found along the shores of East Falkland than West Falkland, making pre-packed lunches a possible thing to keep in mind depending on where the day goes; those heading to the East island can find a vast collection of locally cooked eats along the waterfront Ross Road or the intersecting Philomel Street.