Bluff Cove News
After a 996 day break, caused by the global pandemic, we are enthusiastically welcoming the return of our cruise ship guests this season.
Our private road to Bluff Cove Lagoon was completed during the pandemic. It means that our guests can now come all the way to the penguins by minibus and that the journey time is only 30 minutes from the pier. This means that we can offer guests two hours to enjoy the...
Square, our credit card facilitators, sent down a film crew just before the pandemic, this is the video they made.
Windswept Woolens Tea & Tweed in the Falkland Islands From her childhood home in Cumbria, Nicola Kilmartin has baked, grilled and stirred her way around the world working as a cook, in salmon fishing camps in Northern Russia and on horseback treks in Outer...
Over 2022 we are welcoming veterans for the 40th anniversary of the Falkland War. We will never forget the sacrifices they made for our freedom.
Bluff Cove starred in both series of the BBC’s Island Parish – Falklands. Due to popular demand the BBC has recently repeated both series on BBC2.
Peter Gibbs and producer Matthew Teller meet Hattie and Kevin Kilmartin, Falkland Islands farmers with 35,000 acres of sheep grazing who have diversified into penguin tourism.
We have been very lucky to have had TV wildlife presenters Steve Backshall and Nigel Marven down at Bluff Cove Lagoon (Toby was very happy!) Nigel has now visited us three times! Jane McDonald filmed “Cruising with Jane McDonald” at Bluff Cove Lagoon last season. TV celebrity chef Phil Vickery and Chilean TV Entrechef Christian Correa have also visited us.
Bluff Cove Lagoon Tours has just been awarded “Best Wildlife Tour Company 2017 – Falkland Islands” in the LUX magazine Hospitality Awards.
Every year we are delighted to welcome back veterans of the 1982 war and to have the opportunity to express our gratitude. This year we have hosted the Welsh Guards and the Gunners.