The Lodge is located towards the eastern end of the Island with gentoo penguin colonies on its doorstep. It is also within easy walking distance of the sandy beaches that are home to the southern elephant seals. On route to the beaches, you will encounter Magellanic penguins, striated caracaras (locally known as the Johnny rook), and plentiful upland geese and tussac birds, amongst others.


Guests have the option of a 4×4 vehicle tour (approx. 1.5-2 hours) to orientate themselves with the Island. The tour will take you to Long Pond, at the centre of the Island, and to the west end to visit the southern rockhopper penguins and imperial shags. The vehicles have plenty of space for your camera equipment.


At just 9.5km long and 2.4km at its widest, if you are keen on hiking it is possible to explore much of what the island has to offer on foot. Guests can be guaranteed the experience of the South Atlantic solitude and wilderness and surrounded by wildlife at every turn. Along the walks guests can find all manner of whale and seal bones on the beaches. Guests are asked to beach-comb with their eyes only – nothing must be removed from the beaches.

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    Sea Lion Lodge, Sea Lion Island, Falklands Islands, South Atlantic T (500) 32004 F (500) 32003