Port Stanley Shuttles
PSY airport transfers
As the most populous city of the Falkland Islands, Stanley is an English sea town renown for its idyllic sunsets that color old brick churches amber, local fishing life along Philomel Street filling the air with freshly scented seafood. Guests arriving by cruise ship can witness the community firsthand as the ship docks along downtown’s East Jetty, gathering information at the connected Falkland Islands Tourist Board, a large center not only perfect for discovering what to do in Stanley but throughout both the East and West Falkland Islands. There isn’t much public transportation to choose from, making the roads a bit quieter for pedestrians and private transfers; these transfers include private sedans and spacious chartered buses, each gathering just enough people to see the local culture with pacing, meet-and-greet services exchanging that with convenience through drop offs ranging from local personal drivers who can share their best advice, to fast taxis that make things more efficient.
A day in Stanley can be especially easy to explore due to its small area. Slightly far in the outskirts of town is the 1982 Memorial Wood, a large forested park home to tranquil paths showcasing the regional beauty. For something closer to the cruise port, gather more information at the Falkland Islands Tourist Board, a kitschy building that is a popular recommendation site, often leading guests to the famed Bluff Cove Lagoon Penguin Tour’s coffee-accompanied views of short birds, and group tours to Bodie Creek Suspension Bridge and other parts of town via double-decker buses. At sunset, travel to Cape Pembroke and incredible lighthouse-side vistas, though an array of local restaurants make staying in a just-as-good option, whether it be through breakfast nooks like Crozier Place Cafe, or dinner spots such as Shorty’s Diner and The Waterfront Kitchen Cafe.