Pebble Island:
The third largest offshore island in the Falkland Islands, Pebble Island's diverse terrain offers pristine sand beaches, moor lands and rocky peaks, an extensive area of ponds and wetlands, and dramatic coastal cliffs. Click here for more details.

The Lodge:
Pebble Island Lodge was converted from the farm manger's house in 1987, and offers a warm, comfortable base from which to explore the wildlife and history of the island. Click here for more details on the lodge.

Pebble Island Lodge

Fully guided off-road tours in 4 wheel-drive vehicles are available as optional extras. Our standard tours are general interest covering island life, war history and the wildlife. However, tours can be tailor-made to accommodate a particular interest. Tours last from 5 8 hours depending on client's interest and weather. Hot and cold drinks and a packed lunch are provided.
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Pebble Island is home to 42 resident/breeding bird species, including four types of penguin, with rare vagrants sometimes visiting from South America and beyond.
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Wildlife viewing by a keen group of birdwatchers

1982 War history:
Pebble Island was an important location in the 1982 Falklands War, with the first land-based action of the campaign taking place there when the British SAS attacked the Argentine-occupied airfield.
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When to visit:
Mid-October to mid-March is generally considered the 'season' in the Falklands, when the weather is better and the wildlife is at its busiest. There is still much to be seen during the off-season if you wish to avoid the crowds.

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