Etiquette in Falkland Islands

The Falkland Islands, located off the coast of southern South America, has a population of about 3,000 people.

The predominant language is English.

The Falkland Islands is a parliamentary dependency under a constitutional monarchy.

Most citizens are Christian.

The currency is the Falkland pound.

Dress Etiquette

Business dress clothing tend to be casual and relaxed in comparison to British culture.

Dining & Visiting Homes Etiquette

Islanders take tea and coffee breaks in the middle of the morning. Called a “smoko”, cakes and biscuits may be served with beverages.