Overland Tours of the Falkland Islands

Delivering quality tours to prime wildlife locations, areas of historical interest
and all of the 1982 battlefield sites on East Falkland

More than 30 years of experience

We were one of the first companies to start providing overland tours in the Falkland Islands. Our tours are for small groups or individuals and are provided using a suitable 4×4 vehicle with a knowledgeable and experienced guide/driver.

Since 1992, we have also been providing logistical support and guidance for visiting television and media groups, working with more than 150 media related organisations to date. Similar services are available for geologists and others carrying out scientific research in the Falkland Islands.


Falkland Islands Tourist Board Registered Guide since 1992

  • Customer Service Award 1997
  • Tour Guide of the Year 2013
  • Tour Guide of the Year 2014

Wildlife Tours

Perfect for enthusiasts and photographers

Join us on a tour to enjoy the outstanding scenery and see the wildlife in its natural environment.

Battlefield Tours

For all levels of interest

An informative and respectful tour of the 1982 Falklands battlefields, relaying personal accounts from the many veterans I have had the privilege to meet.


For organisations and agencies

Logistical support and guidance for visiting media organisations, as well as those conducting scientific research around the Falkland Islands.

Started offering
guided tours
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Tours undertaken
since 1990
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Media organisations supported
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Scientific agencies supported

Antony Smith


After growing up on West Falkland I moved to Stanley in 1988 and as one of the first overland Tour Operators, I began offering wildlife tours to Volunteer Point before adding other locations such as Cape Bougainville and Cape Dolphin from 1990 onward.

In 1992  I had the opportunity to work with a host of TV companies who were all coming here to make documentaries for the 10th Anniversary of the Falklands War. Since that time I have been involved in the production of more than 130 other programmes about the Falkland Islands.

Through my work over the last 28 years I have met many veterans, both British and Argentine who fought here in 1982, and  I make a point of including their personal accounts as well as the factual information in the tours I provide.