South Georgia, several hundred miles/kilometers southeast of the Falklands (although politically considered a dependency of them) is difficult and expensive to reach, but has a rugged subantarctic landscape of glacier-covered mountains and massive breeding colonies of albatrosses, penguins, elephant seals and many other animals. Reindeer, introduced a century ago, still flourish there. This is perhaps the best place in the world for tourists to see subantartic wildlife in a pristine natural habi... Subscribe to travel42 to read the full Destination Guide.
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