South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands is a British Overseas Territory located in the southern Atlantic Ocean, east of the tip of South America. The territory is uninhabited, except for a small group of British scientists and support staff who work on scientific research stations.
English is the official language of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, as it is a British territory. However, there is no official currency, and transactions are usually conducted in British pounds or US dollars.
There are no commercial airports in South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, so there are no direct flights from the UK or any other location. Access to the territory is primarily by ship, and travel to and from the region is often difficult and subject to unpredictable weather conditions.
The time zone for South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands is GMT-2, which is two hours behind Greenwich Mean Time.
As there are no commercial airports in South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, there is no main airport address. However, the territory's government has a research station at King Edward Point on South Georgia, which can be used as a landing point for flights on official business.