Mar 10, 2019 - National Geographic Explorer
From the time we arose at 6:15 a.m. to watch the sunrise off New Island in the West Falklands until the time the crescent moon appeared at sunset, we were blessed with an exquisite and enriching day. During the morning, we visited a bustling black-browned albatross and rockhopper penguin colony perched over the crashing sea below. In the afternoon, about 50 of us made our way by foot across this rugged yet stunning island to a gentoo penguin colony and sprawling sandy beach.
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