Join a guided tour to the much loved island Mykines. The unspoiled island is an unparallel experience where you will get close to puffins and enjoy the remoteness on the westernmost island in the Faroe Islands. The tour starts from the harbour in the village Sørvágur on the island Vagar. Included in this day package is the hiking fee and a two-way ferry ticket with the local boat sailing to Mykines. There is a limited number of seats for the boat that sails to Mykines. You are secured a seat when booking with us. When you arrive in Mykines walk up the stairs from the harbour. When you reach the end of the stairs your local guide will welcome you. The tour guide will lead you to the only village on the island. You will immediately feel the immense silence as there are absolutely no cars on the island. Your guide knows everything there is to know about the local nature and culture. He will tell you fascinating stories about the people and the raw nature. Mykines is a bird-watchers dream. There is a puffin guarantee on this tour that will definitaly be one of your highlights on your trip in the Faroe Islands. If you wonder where the best bird watching attractions are in the Faroe Islands wonder no more. This guided tour in Mykines gives you direct access to the bird paradise. When in the village with several turf-roofed houses your tour guide will prepare you for the hike to the puffin bird colony. You will stand litteraly only metres away from the cute puffins and their hollow nest. The hike will take you to the tip of Mykines on the islet Mykineshólmur and the picturesque lighthouse. Soake in the natural scenery and the quietness when looking into the Atlantic Ocean. This Mykines tour is the perfect experience for dedicated nature enthusiasts. The lush green fields during summer combined with the dramatic landscape is the ultimate way of seeing the Faroe Islands. After you have experienced the unspoiled nature on this mesmarising island, the boat awaits you by the small harbour in Mykines. You will be sailed back to Sørvágur in the afternoon and arrive just before 18:00 in Sørvágur harbour. If you choose the 13:00 PM departure, you will sail from Mykines at 19:00 PM. You will be back in Søvagur just befaroe 20:00 PM. You can visit Mykines four months every year. There is only one boat sailing to Mykines during these four months. Secure yourself an exclusive trip to the majestic Mykines by adding to the cart.
Experience the unspoiled cliffs on Hestur from an amazing perspective. This boat tour will take you to one of the most remote locations inhabited only by birds and seals. You will get close to puffins and other facinating birds living along the massive cliff wall on Hestur island. Weather permitting, you will also sail into huge basalt caves. If the sea is calm and weather good, you will get the unique opportuniy to enter the Klæmintsgjógv cave which is the largest grotto in the world. This is an exciting and thrilling way to experience one of the small islands in the country. You will sail all the way around the island. From the highest point, you will look some 1200 feet up the sheer cliff to the edge where multi-coloured sheep are grassing. From the ferry port in Gamlarætt outside of Tórshavn, you will go on an adrenaline packed adventure in a high speed rib boat. Your experienced captain will make sure to get you safely to some of the most impressive sights that the Faroe Islands have to offer. The ferry port in Gamlarætt is only a fifteen minutes drive from the capital. You can either park your car at the harbour in Gamlarætt or take the bus from Tórshavn to the meeting point. The boat will bring you from Streymoy island over the fjort to Hestur within only minutes. Feel th erush and enery when the captain heads towards the stunning scenery in Hestur island. The solid constructed boat is made for adventure and for the rugged landscapes on Hestur island. You will also see basalt columns as tall as castles. This area is rich in nesting seabirds. Hence, this is a highly recommended activity by travelers to the Faroe Islands. Donøt miss your chance to explore majestic cliffs and breathtaking nature. Check availability by choosing a date.
Secure yourself a six days summer package in the Faroe Islands. You will visit the most popular sights during your stay including the puffin island Mykines and the tiny settlement Saksun and majestic waterfalls such as Fossá Waterfall and Múlafossur Waterfall in Gásadalur. Booking this package tour makes your Faroe Island vacation stress-free and seamless. There are six day tours included in this nature packed summer package for those wanting to travel the Faroe Islands with ease. This vacation package is made especially for those first-time travellers to the unspoiled North Atlantic archipelago. Tours are up to 18 people per tour. This allows for an intimate and hospitable setting. All tours are planned and organised in advance ensuring you to get the full grasp of the best attractions in the untouched Faroe Islands. This extraordinary package tour in the Faroe Islands will let you explore with no hassle and alleviate lot of the headache when planning tours and activities on your holiday. Experienced tour guides will pick you up at hotels in Tórshavn or other designated pick-up location in the capital. Your adventure will start every morning when you step aboard a comfortable coach. Simply sit back and relax as your tour guide takes you to the fantastic sceneries around the islands. You will be back in Tórshavn every afternoon after your amazing day trips. So, you will see beautiful seaside villages, remote islands, and captivating mountains. One of the absolute highlights of this package tour is a day trip to Mykines Island where you will experience all the puffins. You will also go on boat trips in narrow straits, watch birdlife and sheer cliffs, and impressive rock formations from the sea. This package will make your journey an ease. Inform yourself about the full itinerary below. What are you waiting for? Escape the crowds for a while and embrace the unspoiled beauty in the Faroe Islands by booking this essential package tour. Check availability by choosing a date.
Step right up to join this tour to see the famous caves and bird cliffs in Vestmanna. Jump on the bus in Tórshavn and drive along the mountain road to the village of Vestmanna. You will join the tour with the most experienced excursion company in the Faroe Islands with more than 35 years of experiences. When you enter Vestmanna, it is time for a two hour boat trip to the Vestmanna Sea Cliffs. The towering birdcliffs North of Vestmanna are one of the most famous attractions. You will sail through narrow straits into deep caves, shaped by the surf for millions of years, and close to the high cliffs rising some 600 metres above sea level where thousands of seabirds breed. Exploring the cliffs by the coastline of Vestmanna is a breathtaking experience. You will see free standing rock formations, caves, and deep gorges. Being in the middle of this stunning scenery will give you a sinking feeling. Weather permitting, the boat will sail into the dark and emerge on the other side of caves. Make sure to look up at the grassy gradients near the top where you will see sheep balancing on the near precipitous slopes. The many birds and sometimes also seals make the Vestmanna Sea Cliffs experience even greater. Vestmanna is the second largest village on Streymoy island. The village is situated in an amphitheatric look-alike bay and surrounded by mountains. The bay has always been a good shelter from the unpredictable weather in the Faroe Islands. After your boat trip to the breathtaking bird cliffs, you will head back South and stop by the village Kvívík where you will be told stories about the Viking settlement. Kvívík is nestled in a picturesque valley with steep mountain sides. If the sky is clear, you will see Egilsfjall mountain towering above the village. The stream runs from this stunning mountain all the way to the village and down to the salty sea. By the harbour lies small boat houses. Just beside Kvívík is the vilage Leynar with its beautiful sandy beach. Leynar will be the last stop before arriving in Tórshavn again. Do not hesitate to book this tour to the Sea Cliffs in Vestmanna. Choose a date and add to cart.
Experience the best of nature in the northern part of Streymoy island and Eysturoy island. This popular small-group tour will take you to the most beloved locations on the two main islands in the Faroe Islands. The Golden Circle winter tour will let you experience Saksun and Gjógv. The tour to these awe-inspiring attractions is a gorgeous tour during the dark winter months. Your tour guide will pick you up at you preferred pick-up point in Tórshavn. From Tórshavn you will head up north. Saksun is set in a natural amphitheatre high above a tidal lagoon. This wonderful hillside village is one of the most worthwhile destinations in the Faroe Islands. A unique atmosphere with amazing views of the surrounding mountains. Saksun is outstanding with the tidal lagoon surrounded by sand, mountains and stunning waterfalls. You will also get the chance to see the old iconic turfed church overlooking the lagoon. After your visit in Saksun your next stop is Gjógv. When approaching Gjógv, you will see the village Funningur. The first vikings in the Faroe Islands settled in Funningur. You will have the chance to take a picture of the winding road leading to the valley where Funningur is located. Now it is time for you to explore the village Gjógv. After 10 minutes with spectacular mountain roads, Gjógv is in sight down the next valley. Gjógv is located on the island Eysturoy. Gjógv means gorge in Faroese. You will understand why the village got this name when looking into the beautiful sea-filled gorge that is the most iconic attraction in Gjógv. Gjógv is an idyllically located and beautiful quiet village with stunning view towards the island Kalsoy and other islands in the northern part of the Faroe Islands. There is a pretty good chance to spot seals when you enter the gorge. The local guesthouse will serve for you a lunch platter and pancakes with warm beverages. You will also walk through the village and into the gorge. From Gjógv you will stop by Eiðisskarð where you will have a great view towards the rocky sea-stacks "The Giant and his Wife". Now you will head back to Tórshavn. You will take the old mountain road from the valley Kollafjøður to Tórshavn. You will also experience some of the tallest mountains in the Faroe Islands such as Slættaratindur and Vaðhorn. When back on Streymoy island, you will see the only prison in the Faroe Islands and maybe the only grass-roofed prison in the world. You will also stop by Norðradalsskarð to enjoy the view towards the island Koltur. The tour guide will drive you to your designated drop-off point. Discover the magic of Faroe Islands by adding the Golden Circle Winter Tour to your cart. Check availability by choosing a date.
Experience Faroe Island's most popular sights with an experienced local tour guide. You will explore beautiful attractions in the Faroe Islands at your own pace. This is a small group tour. Tours made with 1 to 8 persons. Those who are looking for an unbelievable hiking adventure in the untouched nature need to look no further. The tour guide has the knowledge and insight to the nature and culture and will share unbeatable stories along the tour. You will get close to craggy cliffs rising from the North Atlantic Ocean, windswept mountains, and quaint villages along the shore. This day tour is all about enjoying every moment of your vacation. Let your tour guide know what you want to explore and she will give you a memorable day tour in the Faroe Islands. Tours are made throughout the year. This is your local guide to a sustainable and eco-friendly stay in the Faroe Islands. Now, what are you waiting for? Explore the natural wonders of Faroe Islands with a private tour guide. Check availability by choosing a date.
Take advantage of a combined tour to Mykines and Vestmanna Sea Cliffs. On this day tour, you will have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience both towering rock walls, freestanding stacks and puffins. This tour departs from Vestmanna harbour and will first take you to the cliffs along the shoreline north of the village Vestmanna where you will experience towering sea-stacks and impressive grottoes. After experiencing Vestmannabjørgini as these sea cliffs are called in Faroese, you will proceed to Mykines. This is the puffin island where you will get close to lots of puffins. The boat sails first to the Vestmanna Bird Cliffs and then directly to Mykines. You will do the sailing in a comfortable boat where you can enjoy the nature from the boat deck and also sit down for a while inside and be amused by the scenic route from Vestmanna to the impressive sea cliffs and then to the top attraction in the Faroe Islands: Mykines! The boat will sail you to the harbour in Mykines. You will now bring some unforgettable hours on the puffin islan. You can go far a hike in the unspoiled surroundings. If you want, you can take the hike to the lighthouse at the end of the islet Mykinesholmur. This tidy island is slow paced. There will never be more than somewhat 120 people on this island jam-packef with beauty. After spending some hours in Mykines, the boat will sail you back to Vestmanna. The boat tour from Mykines to Vestmanna takes an hour or so. This combined Vestmanna Sea Cliff and Mykines tour is available from mid June to late July. This is when you have the chance to experience both attractions within one tour. Don't miss this opportunity to experiencing two of the most unbelievable attractions in the Faroe Islands. Check availability by choosing a date.
Climb onto one of our horses and go on an unforgettable horse ride in the untouched nature in the Faroe Islands. Horse riding is a great way to get in contact with nature. Horseback riding is in itself therapeutic and when you ride in the beautiful Faroese nature, you will be blown away by the whole experience. Horseback riding is a unique opportunity to explore the rough landscape around the capital Tórshavn. As you ride, you will have great views over Tórshavn and Nólsoyarfjørður. You will ride on a beaten path and along rivers and mountainsides. This horseback riding tour is arranged by local guides that are horse people through and through. You will have an experienced tour guide riding along with you telling you everything you need to know and want to know about the Faroe Islands and the remarkable breed. You do not need to be an experienced rider to join this tour. Wheter you are a beginner or an expert, this is the tour for you. You will have a certified safety helmet on the tour that is doable for both experienced and less experienced horse riders. On this horse-riding trail, you will trek on the infamous Icelandic horse. The Icelandic horse will give you great comfort and will boost your confidence. You will be impressed by how easy it is to ride on our Icelandic horses and you will understand that this tour is doable for less experienced riders. Riding a horse requires all your focus and full attention and this is why horseback riding is mentally refreshing and is the perfect break from everyday life. Your tour guide will choose a proper horse to match your level of horse riding experience. You can join this tour all year round. No matter which season you are in the Faroe Islands, sitting on an Icelandic horseback in the Faroese nature is always satisfying and an unparalleled experience. Grab your gloves and ride your way in the unspoiled nature just outside of Tórshavn. Now, add this horse riding tour on a beaten path to your cart. Check availability by choosing a date.
Reach the fantastic scenery at Kallur Lighthouse or simply Kallurin. When in the Faroe Islands, you want to experience the great hike and stunning sight at Kallur Lighthouse. This famous lighthouse is surrounded by breathtaking nature. Hiking to Kallur Lighthouse is a must-do experience while you are in the Faroe Islands. Besides exploring this amazing attraction, you will visit the gobsmacking villages Viðareiði, the fishing town Klaksvík and the island Kunoy. You will be picked up in Tórshavn in the morning and head north to the northern islands. Before you make it to Kallur Lighthouse, you will visit Kunoy island and Viðareiði which is the northernmost village in the Faroe Islands surrounded by beautiful mountains. Now, you are ready to head to Kalsoy island where Kallur Lighthouse is waiting for you. The ferry SAM will take you from Klaksvík to Syðradalur on Kalsoy island. Remember to enjoy the ferry ride and to observe the many birds that you will see on the sea and in the air. Your tour guide will tell you insider knowledge about living near the Faroese ocean. Once you reach Kalsoy island after a 20 minutes ferry ride, you will head up north, pass some stunning valleys and small villages before entering the most northernly village on the island Kalsoy. Here you will find the tiny village Trøllanes. From this picturesque village you go off road and head for the lighthouse. There is no path, but you will walk on grass and stony surface. You will hike for 3 hours in total. The view by the lighthouse is absolute stunning. To the south there is the sheer cliff (Borgarin 537 m / 1761 feet) and the spiky mountain Nestindar (788 m / 2585 feet). To the west you see the island Eysturoy and to the east you see the north side of the islands Kunoy and Viðoy. You will join a local guide to Kallur Lighthouse. Besides giving you insights to his vast knowledge, the guide will make sure that you hike safe and that you will get the best view possible at Kallur. When back in Trøllanes you will have your packed lunch. After you have finished your packed lunch you will experience Kópakonan or the Sealwoman by the seaside in the village Mikladalur. Afterwards, you will take the ferry back to Klaksvík and finally head back to the capital Tórshavn. What are you waiting for? Get ready to hike your way to the majestic sight at Kallur Lighthouse and to experience the northern islands. Check the booking availability by choosing a date.
Explore the jaw dropping nature in the Northern Islands. This day tour will take you to six islands in one day. You will be picked up in Tórshavn, lean back and let the journey begin. You will now head up North and enjoy all the epic landscapes and old fishing villages. After driving for one hour with waterfalls at every corner, you will reach the first destination, Klaksvík. This is the second largest town in the Faroe Islands very much anchored to its fishing tradition. From Klaksvík you will have a great view of the island Kunoy and the peaking mountain Kunoyarnakki. From Klaksvík you will take the ferry to the island Kalsoy. You will explore the most beautiful places on the island Kalsoy including Trøllanes, Mikladalur and the Seal Woman statue, which you will find by the coastline once you have walked down the long stairs from the village. You will be told the folklore of the Seal Woman or Kópakonan. The story of the Seal Woman is one of the most well known folktales in the Faroe Islands. You can add a hike to Kallur Lighthouse to the cart. If you do so, you will skip the Kópakonan statue in Mikladalur. After a 20 minutes ferry ride back to Klaksvík, you will head to the island Kunoy. On your way to this island, you will enter a world of steep mountains and narrow straits. Make sure to enjoy every minute of this ride. Your tour guide will make sure that you will have the opportunity to do some photo stops along the way so you can capture the rough and beautiful mountains. You will now hit the road again and drive further North to the village Viðareiði. You have most likely seen pictures from Viðareiði. Now you will stand by the foot of the most prominent mountain in the Northern Islands which has got a lot of photographic attention in recent years. You are gonna love the photogenic mountain Malinsfjall. Capture the authenticity on camera. You will have a spectacular panoramic view over the Northernmost islands from the village Viðareiði. There is a packed lunch included in this tour as well as drinks. Simply meet us at the pick up point and let the tour guide show you countless fantastic sceneries. Driving in the Northern Islands is like a never-ending show of truly epic landscapes and stunning nature. Add this 11 hour day tour to your cart.
Explore some of the most beautiful spots in the Faroe Islands. You will visit the picturesque village Saksun with the famous lagoon and waterfall. You will also explore the remote village Tjørnuvík and stunning village Gjógv besides visiting the historic destination Kirkjubøur. These villages are all highlights in the Faroe Islands. Kirkjubøur is the southernmost village on Streymoy and the historical hub in the Faroe Islands with the ruins of the Magnus Cathedral from around 1300, the Saint Olav's Church from 12th century and the old farmhouse Kirkjubøargarður from 11th century, which is still occupied by the same family for 17 generations. When you head to the beautiful village of Saksun you will see the natural amphitheatre of cliffs and stunning nature. There is an enchanting tidal lagoon here. During low tides it is also possible to walk along the sandy beach to the ocean. After exploring Saksun, your next stop is the village of Tjørnuvík, the most northerly village on Streymoy that has become a popular destination among travellers. You will stop by the impressive waterfall Víkafossur also known as Fossá Waterfall en route to Tjørnuvík. Fossá is the tallest waterfall with a 140-metre cascade in two levels. This is your he chance to stand only few metres away from this natural wonder. Tjørnuvík has one of the oldest Viking burial grounds where you can see the original burial stones. Enjoy your packed lunch whilst admiring the view of the famous "Giant and his wife" rock formations on the headland. The tour guide will tell you the legend behind the rocks. You will then take the stunning drive up and past the highest point on the Faroe Islands and descending into the beautiful and picturesque village of Gjógv. Here you may also get the opportunity to take coffee and cake with the locals. You will take the scenic route back to the capital Tórshavn with plenty of photo opportunities on the way. Your tour guide will regale you with some of the legends and myths that abound in this magical country. Now, don't hesitate to book this Faroe Islands Highlights tour. Check availability by choosing a date.
Experience two of the most famous attractions in the Faroe Islands including the amazing sea-stacks Drangarnir and the Múlafossur Waterfall. The boat ride will treat you to an untouched view of these stunningly beautiful sights on Vágar island. The tour starts from the small boat marina in Sørvágur (see map of meeting point. This is not the regular harbour). From there you will sail close to Drangarnir lying majestically between the peaky islet Tindhólmur and the island Vágar. The awesomeness of this impressive natural wonder will give you a true understanding of why this is one of the most admired landmarks in the Faroe Islands. You will even be able to touch the dark basalt and sail through the sea arch itself, weather permitting. Joining the captain on this tour opens a special window into a truly unique place that you will never experience otherwise. Everything about this tour is remarkable. Next, you will head to Múlafossur Waterfall. This natural attraction has become a signature feature of the Faroe Islands. When sailing below to Gásadalur village, the boat will take you literally only few metres from the water that tumbles directly from the cliff's edge into the ocean. From the village Gásadalur, the waterfall Múlafossur simply falls off the island in a breathtaking manner. Take in the amazing view. Expect to also get a breathtaking aerial view of Mykines island. There will also be a good chance to experience puffins during the summer months. You will stay in the boat during the entire trip. This will give you a unique chance to marvel at the eye-catching scenery that will be right in front of you. Tours are made throughout the year with departure from the small boat marina (see map) in Sørvágur. The duration of the tour is one hour. This is a small group boat tour. The maximum capacity is eight people. Weather permitting, you can be one of very few people in the world to sail through the arch in Stóri Drangur. This is the larger of the two sea-stacks. Grab the opportunity to explore Drangarnir and the waterfall Múlafossur. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Jump aboard this incredible adventure tour to one of the world's most inspiring places: the famous sea arch Drangarnir. This essential Faroe Islands experience will let you admire one of nature's true wonders. What makes this tour so special is that you will first sail from the small turf village Bøur to the opposite side of the fjord near a peaceful stream. The boat tour takes only 5 minutes and once you reach land on the other side, a friendly tour guide will greet you. For the next 3 hours, you will enjoy out-of-this-world landscapes that will stay in your heart for the decades to come. From where the captain drops you off, the hiking tour guide will take you safely onwards. The walk to the famous sight of Drangarnir wil take 25 minutes. There is a beautiful grass-covered slope along the route which bends towards the culminating point of the tour: the undisturbed view of Drangarnir in all its glory. Your tour guide is passionately committed to show you Drangarnir and will use her local knowledge to show you the best spots to capture the best possible photos of this remarcable sea arch that rises out of the waves. You will stay here for the next two hours, which gives you plenty of time to soak in the unbelievable attraction as you move from one photo spot to the next in order to get as many photos of Drangarnir from different view points. Now, your tour guide will take you back to where the boat dropped you off. The captain will take you onboard again and sail you the short distance to Bøur. Once you reach bøur, you can see the Drangarnir in the horizon and you will be thankful that you just got the opportunity to explore this amazing attraction up-close. So what are you waiting for? Don't miss this unique opportunity to experience the Drangarnir sea stacks. Check availability by choosing a date.
Unveil the wonders of Kalsoy island on this exclusive day tour to this far-flung island in the northern part of the archipelago. You will not only experience Kallur Lighthouse and the unbeatable scenery there but also visit and dine with a local in the delightful settlement Mikladalur. This tour will let you immerse in the destination to an extent that it is as much a part of you as you are of Kalsoy island. After you are picked up in Tórshvan, your tour guide will take you to Klaksvík from where you will step onboard the ferry to Kalsoy island. Once you rech the island, you will head to the northernmost village Trøllanes from where your hike to the famous Kallur Lighthous starts. Enjoy the untamed wilderness and the dramatic landscapes. Kallur Lighthouse is surrounded by amazing nature and a breathtaking panoramic view of nearby islands and sheer cliffs. You will have time to soak in the scenery and enjoy this unspoiled spot. It takes an hour or so to walk to the lighthouse and the tour is grouped as moderate in difficulty. After the hike, you will head to the village Mikladalur. Here you will visit a local home and enjoy a delicious soup with a local. You will also have the chance to taste some local delicacies. Your tour guide will then show you the village and walk down to the seaside where you will experience the Seal Woman statue. Once you have see the Kópakonan as she is named in faroese, you will return to the local house in Mikladalur where you will be served coffee and homebaked cake. Now, you will take the tour back to the capital, Tórshavn. Your tour guide will take you all the way to your accommodation where you will be at 19 o'clock. So don't delay - make sure to book this tour as soon as possible in order to avoid missing out. Check availablility by choosing a date.
Experience a peaceful retreat on the remote island Suðuroy. This off the beaten track location and truly unique house will recharge your mind. Our house, built in 1910, has been our family’s property for four generations, is preserved and furnished with original inventory and restored to meet modern standards. We have four double rooms and one single room, bathrooms with shower and Bath-tub, large living room, sitting room and two additional lounges for our guests’ comfort. We welcome you in our pristine home with a light meal before we take you on a guided hike to the spectacular and wondrous cleft Rituskorð and the iconic bridge there. Back from the hike, we serve dinner, prepared with natural, organic locally bred products, such as fish and mutton. After dinner, we enjoy the evening and relax in our cosy lounges with homemade cake and a nightcap. This uncrowded place will make sure to give you a stress-free feeling of being far away. The following morning, we serve breakfast, and we can either take you for a stroll around the village of Hvalba or you can indulge by yourself and find peace, beauty and freedom in the vast, green surroundings, the endless ocean, the sandy beach and the view to the small, uninhabited island of Litli Dímun. You can either bring your own car and park outside the house or you can take the ferry Smyril from Tórshavn and the bus from Tvøroyri to Hvalba. Once you reach Suðuroy, the bus to Hvalba is waiting on the pier in Tvøroyri and from here it will take you directly to your door in Hvalba where we will be greeting you. So don't delay but make sure to book now so that you too can experience this incredible experience on Suðuroy island. Check availability by choosing a date.
Enjoy this guided tour to three of the most beautiful villages, Saksun, Tjørnuvík & Gjógv, the biggest waterfall and some of the best viewpoints, the Faroe Islands has to offer You will be picked up right next to your ship at the port, and from there, you can just look out the window, while the local tourguide happily tells you all the history of the beautiful surroundings you see trough your window. Between every village is a photostop or two, and there you can walk around by your own or accompanied by your tourguide. After the tour, you will be dropped of right by the ship, in good time before the ship leaves the harbour.
Explore the best of the Faroe Islands in one day. You will see as much as possible of this undiscovered corner of the world together with an experienced tour guide with a strong passion for seaside views and waterfalls. Your life-long native Faroe Islands tour guide has the local knowledge and will make sure that you get the most out of your time around the Faroe Islands. So this is what awaits you. You will be picked up at your accommodation in the morning. Just let the tour guide know where you are staying once you book the tour. Now, you will hit the road and head straight to the island Vágar and the spectacular natural wonder in the small village Gásadalur. Here you will experience Múlafossur waterfall perched on the very edge and from where it plunges into the ocean. The scenery is so naturally and is the perfect place to recharge in nature. Next, you will drive along the breathtakingly beautiful shoreline to the turf-roofed village Bøur. The view that you will encounter is otherworldy. You will have a great view of Tindhólmur islet and the famous sea arch Drangarnir. Now, you will head to the tranquil hideaway Saksun. This lovely little village is is tucked away in lush grass on the westside of Streymoy island. The village faces an increadable view of a hidden tidal lagoon. You will now glide silently along the well-kept roads in the Faroe Islands and stop by the captivating Fossá Waterfall. Enjoy the power of nature for a while as you stand next to the crashing water beside this waterfall that drops in two levels. After this experience, you will head to the remote settlement Tjørnuvík nestled in unmatched natural beauty. Travellers say this hidden valley feels like reclaiming nature. Now, the peaceful village Gjógv is waiting for you to be discovered. Your tour guide will take you along windswept mountains and all the way to the natural gorge in Gjógv, where you can enjoy the trashing waves. Are you ready for a full-day of magical landscapes and seascapes? This will be one of the most incredible days of your life. Check availability by choosing a date.
Avoid the crowds and join us for a beautiful private tour of the highlights of the Faroe Islands excursion to the small villages Saksun, Tjørnuvík and Gjógv. We will stop at a few must-see spots and some extra ones along the way. First stop is the picturesque Saksun surrounded by a mountain amphitheatre right in front of Pollurin lagoon. Saksun is a hidden gem located about 10 minutes away from the main road especially know for the turf roof and natural wonders. Next we will drive to the northernmost village on Streymoy, Tjørnuvík, laying in a valley in front of a beach famous for being a good surfing location. From here you have an open ocean view to the sea stacks Risin og Kellingin (The giant and the witch) which according to the legend tried to pull the Faroe Islands back to Iceland. From here we drive to Gjógv the northernmost village of Eysturoy. Gjógv has its name from the 200 meters long gorge north from the village. Here we will enjoy our lunch while exploring the surroundings and walking to the famous viewpoint just outside the village. Highlights of the Faroe Islands has a hike to Slættaratindur as an optional extra. Slættaratindur is 880 meters high and the highest mountain of the Faroe Islands. It's located on our way to Gjógv and If you wish to add the hike include the Hike to Slættaratindur before checkout (price per person). Available Extra: Lunch & Beverages are not included in the price. If you wish to add lunch and beverages add them as extra before checkout. Should it happen that the hike to Kallur Lighthouse is cancelled due to weather conditions or other unexpected events participants will get a full refund for the hike and enjoy everything else.
Avoid the crowds and come along for an private experience to the mythical island of Kalsoy and explore the villages, see the legendary seal woman, and hike to Kallur Lighthouse. This adventurous tour will bring you to some the islands’ most iconic sites. We will departure from Tórshavn and drive to Klaksvík to reach the ferry to Kalsoy. A 20-minutes ferry ride takes us to the village of Syðradalur from which we drive onwards for another 20 minutes to reach Trøllanes. Those in favour of hiking to Kallur Lighthouse will get off at this point.* The local farmer will greet you and be your local guide for the hike that takes about 1-1.5 hours each way. At the lighthouse you’ll be offered lunch with plentiful time to enjoy the moment and the scenery. If there are participants that are not able or willing to hike to Kallur Lighthouse, these are welcome to stay in the car and enjoy a tour around the island with the driver. Upon completion of the hike, all participants meet again and the journey continues to the village of Mikladalur to see the Seal Woman statue rising from the seashore and hear about its mythical tale. After having explored the area and perhaps visited the local café, we commence the journey back to Tórshavn via the ferry from Syðradalur to Klaksvík. *The hike to Kallur Lighthouse is not included in the price. If you wish to add the hike include the Hiking to Kallur Lighthouse before checkout (price per person). Available Extra: Lunch and Beverages are not included in the price. If you wish to add lunch and beverages add them as extra before checkout. Should it happen that the hike to Kallur Lighthouse is cancelled due to weather conditions or other unexpected events participants will get a full refund for the hike and enjoy everything else.
Trælanípan (Slave cliff) and Gásadalur are some of the most scenic places in the Faroe Islands and should be on any visitor’s to-do list. Hiking Trælanípan you will observe Sørvagsvatn, also known as the ‘the hovering lake’ due to its optical illusion when standing on the edge of the perpendicular cliff wall 142 meters above water, overseeing the lake above the ocean. Next step is to visit the fantasy tale of Gásadalur, home to one of the most surreal waterfalls, Múlafossur, which is certain to provide one of the most majestic views in the Faroe Islands.* We departure from Tórshavn at 9h00 and drive to Miðvágur, where the hike to Trælanípan begins. During the hike we pass Sørvágsvatn to arrive at the destination of Trælanípan and enjoy the spectacular panoramic view of the cliffs, the hovering lake, and the waterfall Bøssdalafossur. Upon completion of the Trælanípan hike we drive to the small village of Gásadalur to observe the captivating scenery of the Múlafossur waterfall and its striking surroundings. On the way back to Tórshavn we stop at Fiskastykki, a cosy local café in Sandavágur, for lunch. The tour ends in Tórshavn at the approximate time of 17h00. *The hike to Trælanípan (Slave Cliff) is not included in the price. If you wish to add the hike include the Hiking to Trælanípan before checkout (price per person). If you don't wish to include the hike the tour will take about 5 hours. Available Extra: Lunch and Beverages are not included in the price. If you wish to add lunch and beverages add them as extra before checkout. Should it happen that the hike to Trælanípan is cancelled due to weather conditions or other unexpected events participants will get a full refund for the hike and enjoy everything else.
Shake up your vacation plans by visiting the incredible James Bond film locations in the Faroe Islands. You will discover the breathtakingly beautiful filming locations for the James Bond movie "No Time to Die" and much more on this 5-day vacation package. You will be at the heart of the sceneries filmed in the northern part of the country. In addition to this, you will visit so many other great guided experiences across the unexplored islands. "No Time to Die" is filmed on the island Kalsoy and you will stand in the middle of the breathtaking sceneries in the movie. In addition, this vacation package will let you explore the best of the Faroe Islands during summer including the puffin island Mykines. James Bond is a brilliant work of fiction, but its Faroe Islands filming locations are far from fiction! Join this 5-day vacation package to see for yourself. Now, you only live once so if you are a James Bond fan, you do really not want to miss a visit to the breathtaking filming locations. Check availability by choosing a date.
Discover all the filming locations in the Faroe Islands for the James Bond movie No Time to Die. You will be taken to the island Kalsoy where you will follow in the footsteps of the Faroe Islands sceneries used in James Bond. If you are a James Bond fan, you do not want to miss a visit to the filming locations in the Faroe Islands. Your tour guide will show you the scenic locations and so much more. Meet the tour guide in the town Klaksvík on Borðoy island in the northern part of the Faroe Islands. From here, you will first cross the Kalsoyarfjørður strait in a boat before you get to Kalsoy island. When you reach Kalsoy island, your tour guide will drive on twisting roads and narrow tunnels to the northern part of the island that sits in deep valleys and breathtaking settings. Besides experiencing the James Bond filming locations with your own eyes, you will have a peaceful moment in Djúpidalur (Deep valley) with steep mountains. You will also see the sealwomen statue in Mikladalur and venture to the lighthouse perched at the edge of the steep Kallurin cliff in the very northernmost part of Kalsoy island. It adds to the awesomeness of this tour that you will step inside the cosy traditional house Nýggjastova in the village Trøllanes. This is the village where the James Bond filming crew prepared all shootings on Kalsoy island. The James Bond film set found themselves in this far-flung corner of the world and now it is your turn to experience the wilderness and the spectacular landscapes. You will feel like you are in the scenes from the movie. Your tour guide will tell you the best stories from the filming and then you will hear some legendary stories that have been kept in the village for centuries. Hurry now so you too get the unique opportunity to explore the incredible shooting locations for James Bond in the Faroe Islands. Check availability by choosing a date.
Join a fantastic day tour on Kalsoy island. You will hike on the highest path in the Faroe Islands connecting the two beautiful villages Mikladalur and Trøllanes. Your journey starts in Klaksvík downtown on Borðoy island where your local guide will greet you. You will then step onboard the local ferry SAM to the unbeatable Kalsoy island. Once you reach the island, you will drive to the lovely village Mikladalur where you will visit the famous Seal woman and hear her legendary and dramatic story with a suprising challenge in the end of the story. Now, you will start your exciting hike from Mikladalur to Trøllanes. The first part of the path leads you to the hidden and super quiet Djúpadalur valley were you can hear the same suggestive and deeply peaceful 'diamond sound', that the first people, that found the Faroe Islands for more than a tousand years ago, heard. This place is extraordinary and perfect for a good packed lunch with local produce. After you have enjoyed the delicious lunch in nature, the hike will continue. From this incredible and desolate valley you will walk the second part of the path north to the tiny village of Trøllanes in the absolut northern part of the Faroe Islands. You will have out-of-this-world vies along the hike that only very few people have experienced. In Trøllanes you will hear the thrilling story of how the small village got its special name (Trøllanes translates to The Trolls Cape) and how the old stories of the Hidden People influenced our ancestors. After a well brewed coffe and tea with the local pancakes, you will start the journey back to Klaksvík in a comfortable vehicle. Your tour guide will make sure that you get all the way back to the harbour in Klaksvík, after a full day of mind-blowing nature. Now, what are you waiting for? Make sure to experience this off the beaten path hiking adventure on Kalsoy island. Check availability by choosing a date.
A favourite amongst travellers to the Faroe Islands is to visit the westernmost island of Mykines, home to large sea bird colonies of which the most famed being the large number of puffins. Mykines is staggeringly beautiful and deserves its spot as the most sought after destination in the Faroe Islands. For the complete experience of the remarkable nature and distinctive island life on Mykines, we recommend joining one of our smaller groups for a complete and personalised day-tour in comfortable and hassle-free settings. Mykines is a protected Ramsar area due to its rich and varied bird-life. The puffin colony is certainly the biggest in the Faroe Islands, potentially one of the biggest in the world, and we get the chance to pass right through it. The village that once inhabited almost 200 people is now reduced to around a dozen people living on the island throughout the year. Yet the village doesn’t disappoint with its well-maintained houses, turf rooves and colour variances. We departure from Tórshavn at 9h00 (pick-up starts at 8:30) and drive to Sørvágur to catch the ferry departing to Mykines at 10h20. If the weather permits it, the ferry-ride will be an experience in itself as we pass the sea stacks Drangarnir and the islands of Tindhólmur and Gáshólmur. Upon arrival, our first stop is the village café for a short break and the chance to buy refreshments. We then start the hike by heading uphill to the monument established for those who passed away at sea. Next we reach our first viewpoint ─ the largest puffin colony in the Faroe Islands. If the weather permits, we continue to Lambi and walk through the colony. At this point of the journey you are likely to get the chance to see the breeding pairs of puffins up-close. We then cross the bridge that hovers 35 meters above the ocean and hike to the lighthouse on Mykineshólmur. At the lighthouse we grab lunch while enjoying the surrounding seabird city. Having saturated the wild nature on Mykineshólmur, we hike same way back to the village and spend a moment before the catching the ferry back to Sørvágur at 17h05. Arrival time in Tórshavn will be around 19h as we drop you off at your convenient location.