Our Islands.

Our Islands

Our Islands are our home, and as such we value and protect them.

Geologically the Falklands were once a part of East Africa, and as such we have some interesting and unusual landscape features such as stone runs, ‘rivers’ of angular quartzite boulders that ‘flow’ from the hilltops.  The main soil type is peat and natural vegetation is grassland, with some species of heath and dwarf shrubs.  There are no indigenous trees, although cultivated trees do grow.

We responsibly manage our resources in order to protect our home.  Our farming practices are largely organic, our ecotourism industry is famous across the world, our fisheries are internationally acclaimed for their responsible management and sustainability, and our developing oil industry is managed by our Government and regulated to a minimum of UK North Sea standards

Keep in touch

To speak to a Falkland Islands Government representative in London, please call:
+44 (0)20 7222 2542

To speak to a Falkland Islands Government representative in Stanley, please call:
+500 27451

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Please get in touch by email by clicking on this link