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Faroe Islands Highlights Tour
Faroe Islands Highlights Tour
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from: $230

This small group tour is known for enabling you to see as many of the "must see" destinations in a day, but at your own pace and in an un-rushed and intimate group. More like a day out with friends, but with a knowledgeable and friendly driver/guide.

The Famous Kallur Lighthouse | Private Experience
The Famous Kallur Lighthouse | Private Experience
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from: $447

Kalsoy is the Faroe Islands’ own ‘James Bond Island’, and so much more. As a location for 2020’s Bond movie ‘No Time to Die’ the island has gained a new worldwide fame, but, it’s long been on the must-do list of visitors to the Faroes. The mythical island is home to the famous Kallur Lighthouse, which, alongside the statue of the Seal Woman, counts among the islands’ most iconic sights. Avoid the crowds and come along for this afternoon experience with your local expert guide to experience the best the island has to offer. This extensive one-day excursion will cover some of the most beautiful places the Faroe Islands has to offer. It is tailor-made for smaller groups as we focus on creating personal experiences you won’t find anywhere else. Our local guides are knowledgeable and well-prepared. Along with their commentary along the way, they will be happy to take your questions and engage in conversation to make sure you get the most out of your tour.

Viewpoint Norðadalsskarð
Viewpoint Norðadalsskarð
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from: $96

View over the northern islands, until we reach the mountain pass, Norðadalsskarð, 225m above sea level. From here, the view to the island of Koltur and the village of Norðadal is simply spectacular. So enjoy this amazing experience and book now! Our Guide will take you to unforgettable places, and this experience will stay in your memories.

Adventurous Sit-on-Top Kayak Rental in Vágur Suðuroy
Adventurous Sit-on-Top Kayak Rental in Vágur Suðuroy
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from: $19

Kayaking on a Sit-onTop kayak at Vágsfjord is the most natural and sustainable way to get to know this beautiful island, and you stay fit and healthy at the same time.

9 Days Faroe Islands Tours - Summer Highlights
9 Days Faroe Islands Tours - Summer Highlights
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from: $4,846

The Faroe Islands are best known for their magnificent scenery and unspoiled and dramatic scenery. We offer excursions every day during the summer season which lasts from May to September. On the excursion, there is a local Faroese guide providing insides to local stories, fantastical viewpoints, and historic buildings. We have put together tours that show you the fantastic landscape, the harsh nature, and the Faroese culture. We look forward to welcoming you and giving you an excellent and eventful trip.

About Faroe Islands

please The Faroe Islands are an archipelago located between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, about halfway between Norway and Iceland. The islands are an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark. The Faroe Islands have a population of about 50,000 people, most of whom are of Scandinavian descent. The Faroese language is closely related to Icelandic and is spoken by the majority of the population. The Faroe Islands are known for their dramatic landscapes, with steep cliffs, rolling hills, and rugged coastline. The islands are home to a variety of wildlife, including puffins, seals, and whales. The Faroe Islands are also known for their traditional culture, which includes traditional Faroese music, dance, and art. The Faroe Islands are a popular tourist destination, with visitors coming to explore the islands’ unique culture and stunning scenery. The islands are also known for their seafood, with a variety of fish, shellfish, and other seafood dishes available.

History of Faroe Islands

please The Faroe Islands are an archipelago located between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, about halfway between Norway and Iceland. The islands are an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark. The Faroe Islands have a population of about 50,000 people, most of whom are of Scandinavian descent. The Faroese language is closely related to Icelandic and is spoken by the majority of the population. The Faroe Islands are known for their dramatic landscapes, with steep cliffs, rolling hills, and rugged coastline. The islands are home to a variety of wildlife, including puffins, seals, and whales. The Faroe Islands are also known for their traditional culture, which includes traditional Faroese music, dance, and art. The Faroe Islands are a popular tourist destination, with visitors coming to explore the islands’ unique culture and stunning scenery. The islands are also known for their seafood, with a variety of fish, shellfish, and other seafood dishes available.

Things to do in Faroe Islands

please The Faroe Islands are an archipelago located between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, about halfway between Norway and Iceland. The islands are an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark. The Faroe Islands have a population of about 50,000 people, most of whom are of Scandinavian descent. The Faroese language is closely related to Icelandic and is spoken by the majority of the population. The Faroe Islands are known for their dramatic landscapes, with steep cliffs, rolling hills, and rugged coastline. The islands are home to a variety of wildlife, including puffins, seals, and whales. The Faroe Islands are also known for their traditional culture, which includes traditional Faroese music, dance, and art. The Faroe Islands are a popular tourist destination, with visitors coming to explore the islands’ unique culture and stunning scenery. The islands are also known for their seafood, with a variety of fish, shellfish, and other seafood dishes available.

Is Faroe Islands Family Friendly?

please The Faroe Islands are an archipelago located between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, about halfway between Norway and Iceland. The islands are an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark. The Faroe Islands have a population of about 50,000 people, most of whom are of Scandinavian descent. The Faroese language is closely related to Icelandic and is spoken by the majority of the population. The Faroe Islands are known for their dramatic landscapes, with steep cliffs, rolling hills, and rugged coastline. The islands are home to a variety of wildlife, including puffins, seals, and whales. The Faroe Islands are also known for their traditional culture, which includes traditional Faroese music, dance, and art. The Faroe Islands are a popular tourist destination, with visitors coming to explore the islands’ unique culture and stunning scenery. The islands are also known for their seafood, with a variety of fish, shellfish, and other seafood dishes available.
Does Faroe Islands have Lodging or Hotels?
please The Faroe Islands are an archipelago located between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, about halfway between Norway and Iceland. The islands are an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark. The Faroe Islands have a population of about 50,000 people, most of whom are of Scandinavian descent. The Faroese language is closely related to Icelandic and is spoken by the majority of the population. The Faroe Islands are known for their dramatic landscapes, with steep cliffs, rolling hills, and rugged coastline. The islands are home to a variety of wildlife, including puffins, seals, and whales. The Faroe Islands are also known for their traditional culture, which includes traditional Faroese music, dance, and art. The Faroe Islands are a popular tourist destination, with visitors coming to explore the islands’ unique culture and stunning scenery. The islands are also known for their seafood, with a variety of fish, shellfish, and other seafood dishes available.




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