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The Faroe Islands have a rich cultural life and as a visitor you will have opportunities around every corner to experience the Faroese music, crafting, food and dancing that have bound the Faroe Islanders together for a millennia.

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The Faroe Islands have a rich cultural life and as a visitor you will have opportunities around every corner to experience the Faroese music, crafting, food and dancing that have bound the Faroe Islanders together for a millennia.
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4 Days Summer Package | The Classic Faroe Islands Tours

Experience the best of what the Faroe Islands has to offer on this 4 days package tour. With an excellent selection of day tours, this package will make your vacation a memorable one. Discover timeless beauty in the wild and rugged nature and get close to those things that make the Faroe Islands such a unique destination. This tour is for those who want a journey to remember and cherish. The tour features excellent sights such as Múlafossur Waterfall and Vestmanna Bird Cliffs. A local Faroese guide will take you to extraordinary sceneries from dark cliffs to rugged coastlines. The landscape will speak for it self. You will also get a deep understanding of the island's history and culture when visiting the unmatched island Suðuroy and the scenic wonders there.   You will be picked up in Tórshavn at your hotel or designated area each morning and then head on exciting adventures in the untouched nature. Your tour guide will assist, help, and inform you every step of your journey. Booking this 4 day summer package makes your vacation hassle-free, leaving your travel here as peaceful and as relaxing has possible. All tunnel fees and boat tickets are included in this package so you can fully enjoy all the stunning sights on islands such as Kalsoy and the many turf houses in villages such as Bøur. No need to worry about road signs, routes, and trails.  You will get the chance to explore the undiscovered attractions as well as some of the most sought-after places that draws visitors to the Faroe Islands. Everything is provided to you with a down-to-earth feel. While you experience all the glorious sights, you will have packed lunch and drinks. Food and beverages are included each day on this tour.  You can extend your package one day by adding a day tour to Mykines to the itinerary. Your day tour to Mykines will be done on a Tuesday and your package will then start one day earlier. Embark on a Faroe Islands adventure today and make the most out of your time away. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4 days
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Duration:
3 days
Available:
Mar. - Nov.
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Golden Circle | Saksun, Tjørnuvík & Gjógv

Experience the very, very 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.
5.0
11 reviews

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Half-Day Fishing Trip

Join a half-day fishing trip in tranquil surroundings. This is a unique tour combining deep sea angling, nature, and the salty ocean around the Faroe Islands.  Enjoy captain Blástein's knowledge about the Faroe Islands, the breathtaking landscapes seen onboard this charming boat and the excitement when a fish is on the hook. Deep sea fishing in one of the northernmost archipelago in the world is an unforgettable experience beyond the ordinary. You will love standing in a boat deep sea fishing. Exploring the Faroe Islands from the sea is an otherworldly experience and a fantastic way to get close to nature. The captain will hand you suitable floating suit before leaving the harbour. Now, you are good to go and it is time to feel like a Faroese fisherman! Relax on the boat deck and feel the fresh air in your hair while the captain steers the boat to the fishing ground out side of Vestmanna. When you arrive at the fishing ground, Captain Blástein will help you to start fishing. Wait for a moment and you will catch your first fish from the North Atlantic Ocean. This trip has a fish catch guarantee. The meeting point for this tour is at the harbour in Vestmanna 100 metres from the campsite just upon arrival in this village on Streymoy island. The village Vestmanna is situated half an hour drive from Tórshavn. If you do not have your own car, the easiest way to get to Vestmanna is by public bus Route 100 departing from the bus terminal in Tórshavn several times a day.  The high season is from May 1st to September 30th. During low season from October 1st to April 30th, there is a minimum charge for 6 people (3.000 DKK). Why wait any longer? Make sure to book this fishing tour while you are in the Faroe Islands. Choose between a morning or afternoon tour - then add to cart. 
5.0
5 reviews

Duration:
1 day
Available:
All year
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The Northern Islands & Tjørnuvík

See some of the most untouched settlements in the Faroe Islands. This day tour departs  from the capital Tórshavn from where you will heading north to amazing sights. In the remote village Tjørnuvík you will find several charming turf-roofed houses and you will have a great with towards Risin og Kellingin - the Giant & his Wife. Tjørnuvík is a great village to visit during the summer as well as in the winter. You can see the local people living their traditional farming life in the summer and autumn and in the wintertime the hillsides are often covered in snow and the waves are crashing against the sandy beach.   On this tour you will also visit the northernmost village in the Faroe Islands with stunning natural surroundings. The locals in Viðareiði love their village and you might do as well when you see Viðareiði with your own eyes. The population in Viðareiðis is about 600 inhabitants. They have lived a traditional, unobtrusive, and isolated life for hundreds of years. Now the village is connected to the mainland with tunnels and roads. This is a must-see village in the Faroe Islands. Klaksvík is the second largest town in the Faroe Islands and is very much influenced by the fishing culture. You will have a look at Klaksvík on this tour. From Klaksvík, you will have a great view towards the soaring Kunoyarnakki mountain on the nearby island Kunoy. Kunoyarnakki looks like a natural pyramide when you look at it from the town Klaksvík. You will be picked up at your hotel in Tórshavn or at the Tórshavn Bus Terminal (Eystara Bryggja). At the end of the tour, you will be dropped off in Tórshavn again. Don't miss this opportunity to experience some of the best sights in the Faroe Islands. Check availability by choosing a date. 
5.0
6 reviews

Duration:
7 hours
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Lake Above the Ocean & Vágar Island

See the spectacular Múlafossur Waterfall and other breathtaking sites on the island of Vágar. This full day guided tour starts in Tórshavn. Upon leaving Tórshavn heading north along the mountain road, you will get a magnificent view of the sea and landscape below and of Sornfelli mountain and Skælingsfjall mountain above. Along the mountain road, you will stop twice. First, there is a stop at Norðradalsskarð where you will see the winding road leading down the deep valley and the picturesque island Koltur in the horizon. Next, you will experience the only prison in the Faroe Islands situated in the Mjørkadalur valley. The view here is great. Add a lush grass roof to the prison and the view gets even better! Your journey will continue to the first underwater tunnel in the Faroe Islands which opened back in 2002. The almost five kilometres long tunnel connects the islands Streymoy and Vágar. When you get to Vágar island, you will head to the village Sandavágur. You will visit the red and white church and go inside the church to see the Runestone found in the nearby Eingjartoftum. The Runestone dates back to the 13th century.  Next, you will pass the village Miðvágur and then travel smoothly alongside the Lake Leitisvatn to Sørvágur. West of Sørvágur lies the beautiful village Bøur from where you will have a breathtaking view of the islets Tindhólmur and the sea arch Drangarnir. You will go for a stroll between the cosy turf roofed houses and the tiny church that lies lumped together along the river close to the white sandy beach. Far in the distance you will see the bird island Mykines. The last stop on the tour is Gásadalur - one of the most jaw-dropping attractions in the Faroe Islands. Gásadalur is surrounded by stunning mountains and you will also have a panoramic view towards the puffin island Mykines. Gásadalur is one of the most authentic experiences in the Faroe Islands due to its remoteness. Until very recently, Gásadalur was the only village in the Faroe Islands with no road connection. Now there is a tunnel from Bøur to Gásadalur. Gásadalur is most famous for Múlafossur Waterfall. You will get close to the waterfall and make sure to snap the iconic picture with the cascading waterfall with the small village Gásadalur as a backdrop. You can add a hike to the Lake above the Ocean during the booking process. You will hike 8 kilometres to experience the optical illusion Trælanípa, the Bøsdalafossur Waterfall and the rock wall Geituskorardrangur. Adding this hiking opportunity to this booking will extend your tour 3 hours. You will be taken back to Tórshavn after the tour and dropped off there. Now choose a date and book your day tour to all the awe-inspiring gems on Vágar island. Check availability by choosing a date.
5.0
1 review

Duration:
9,5 hours
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Experience Ásmundarstakkur, Rituskor & Sandvík

Enjoy a tour of Sandvík, the northernmost village of Suðuroy, home to the natural wonders Ásmundarstakkur and Rituskor. The village has a rich history starting back around 1000 years ago, all with a great view of the island Lítla Dímun, the smallest and only privately owned Faroese island. A local tour guide will pick you up when you arrive with the ferry Smyril to Suðuroy after a two hour ferry ride from Tórshavn. The guide will then take you on a hike to the best possible view of the famous sea-stack Ásmundarstakkur, located on the stunning west side of Suðuroy. From there it is only a short hike to the iconic bridge above the cleft to the bird cliffs Rituskor. The hike is relativly easy but due to the unpredictable Faroese weather, having a local present is always recommended. You will have the unique opportunity to cross this amazing bridge to the Rituskor cliffs.  When the hike is done, you will be invited into one of the local houses in the village Sandvík for some refreshments. Refreshed, you wil have a personable guided tour in the village. You will be guided through the village of Sandvík first mentioned in the history books over 1000 years ago, when Faroese folkhero and Viking Sigmundur Brestisson svam ashore in Sandvík only to be murdered for the golden ring he wore on his arm, gifted to him by the king of Norway. There is a statue of Sigmundur in Sandvík that you will get close to. There is a beautiful sandbeach in the village. You will visit the site where 14 men died in 1915, in the biggest whaling accident in Faroese history known simply as "Skaðagrindin".  The charming local museums and church are also definite must-sees on this tour. At the end of the tour, you tour guide will drive you back to the ferry port where the ferry Smyril departs to Tórshavn between two and trhee times a day. Don't miss out these stunningly beautiful attractions on Suðuroy island. Check availability by choosing a date.
5.0
1 review

Duration:
4,5 hours
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Duration:
4 days
Available:
All year
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Faroe Islands - The Classic Tour

See everything in a day! We will pick you up / drop you off at the Airport or Tórshavn. From there we'll cover all the must sees. A full day tour of 7 hours jam-packed with breathtaking views with stories to go with it. Your tour guide for the day grew up in the Faroes so she knows the best places to go see and knows a lot about it's history, legends and culture. You will make 5-20 min breaks with walking included at the classic locations. And no worries if you want more time somewhere as this will just minus the time of something else. As long as you stay within the 7 hour timetable you'll be perfectly fine. This is your day and the tour guide wants it to be perfect for you. Gásadalur, being on the top spot of must sees on the Guide to Faroe Islands website, is a must do for a tour like this one. You will make 2 stops here. You will walk to the Waterfall Múlafossur and also make a short stop in the cute village of Gásadalur (option to get food at the Gásadals farm). Bøur, with the jaw dropping view of Drangarnar and Tindhólm. You'll stop here and walk down to the beach, and walk between the traditional houses and the old church there and see the old boats that are built in the traditional Viking style. Trøllkonufingur, When driving to Trøllkonufingur you will pass the iconic church Sandavágs Kirkja in Sandavágur where you can make a short stop if you like. Trøllkonufingur, The Troll Woman’s Finger, also known as Witches Finger tells a story of a time when giants roamed the oceans. You will walk to this iconic cliff, passing a lovely river on the way. Tjørnuvík, You'll do a short stop by the iconic Fossá waterfall on our way. You might have seen this almost 'overdone' double waterfall from travellers posting online. In Tjørnuvík you'll see right over to Risin & Kellingin, The Giant and The Witch, the iconic cliffs, when looking past the very large and gentle waves. Tjørnuvík is best beach for surfing in the Faroe Islands. In Tjørnuvík there will be the option to get coffee, tea and pancakes from a very nice local man. Risin & Kellingin, You will follow The Giant and The Witch cliffs around the village of Eiði and see them from the other side on your way to Gjógv. These giants also have quite the story to tell. Gjógv, the iconic little village built around the gorge. On your way you will pass the highest mountain in the Faroes, Slættaratindur. Funningur, you will drive down the entertaining zig-zag road that you might have seen on photos. Funningur is a lovely quiet village. Saksun, Seeing that Saksun is one of the Faroe Islands top destinations. Here we'll hike up above the village and look down upon the village and church above the laguna and we'll hike down to the church normally we'll have a little brake here. There will of course also be opportunities to do other short stops on your way if you see something that you want to soak in for a moment. This is a laid back fun experience. The tour guide will bring warm tea and coffee and some Faroese delicacy to taste as well, and just have a fun and relaxing day with you. All the hikes are short and very easy, a good fit for any traveler. We do how ever recomend you rather use your time soaking in the experience than rushing allong. So some stops we recommend you cut out for a more pleasant relaxing day. Because not all sights are created equal and are as magical, some are more historical etc. But it's all up to you what you choose. Now, don't hesitate booking this classic tour where you will experience as much of the Faroe Islands in one day as possible. Check availability by choosing a date.
5.0
4 reviews

Duration:
1 day
Available:
All year
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6 Days Summer Package | Complete Faroe Islands Experience

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.
4.8
6 reviews

Duration:
6 days
Available:
Apr. - Aug.
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Faroese Food and Beer Tour | Hiking to Kirkjubøur

Join this hike where you will be served traditional Faroese food and two cans of tasty Faroese beers. Coffee is also included in the price as well as some Faroese home-made snacks. This is a 4-hour guided tour along the cozy walking route from Tórshavn to the village of Kirkjubøur, one of the oldest villages in the Faroe Islands. You will have some local specialties on the way. You will meet and greet the tour guide in Steinatún, the downtown bus-stop area in Tórshavn, 10-15 minutes before the departure of bus 3, which will take us to the outskirts of Tórshavn, where the walking route to Kirkjubøur begins. This is a five-minute busride. On the way to Kirkjubøur, you will pass the site where Faroe Islanders have gathered for open air public meetings since the second half of the 19th century - with flags, speeches and patriotic songs composed for the occasions. You will have a great view of Sandoy, Hestur, Koltur and Vágar - and of Tórshavn and Nólsoy before you go round "Reynsmúli" on your way out of Tórshavn. On the trip, you will be served traditional Faroese food and two cans of tasty Faroese beers. Coffee is also included in the price as well as some Faroese home-made snacks. You will stop a couple of times along the route - to enjoy the food and beer and to relax. And you will be treated to some fun local history, and it has to be said: the view from the top is spectacular (provided it is not foggy, of course). When you arrive in Kirkjubøur, you will have the opportunity to stroll around the village and enjoy the historical sites there. The tour guide will introduce you to: 1) Magnus Cathedral ruins from about 1300  2) Saint Olav´s Church, the oldest still used church of the Faroes dating from 12th century 3) Kirkjubøargarður, the oldest still inhabited wooden house of the world from 11th century. You will take Bus 5E on our way back home to Downtown Tórshavn. The ride will take half an hour. Add this hike to your cart to enjoy spectacular views and local Faroese food and beer.
5.0
2 reviews

Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
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Sandoy Island | Small Group Day Tour

Come on a full-day nature tour to the untouched Sandoy island including quaint villages, bird cliffs, historic settlements. This tour is a fantastic opportunity for those who want to experience some of the hidden sceneries in the Faroe Islands. The day starts in Tórshavn from where you will go directly to a nearby ferry port on the westside of Streymoy island. Here, a boat will take you on a short ride to Sandoy island. Now in Sandoy, you are ready to experience the beautiful nature and villages on this island. You will begin by visiting the only stone factory in the Faroe Islands where they make handcrafted things out of the local basal. The work at the factory is impressive. The factory lies in Skopun where you will also have a glimpse of the world's largest mailbox (from those days when people where still sending each others letters).   Next up is Sandur, the most important historic village in the island. This is the main village on the island. You will have a look inside the old black church here. Sandur is the Faroese word for Sand. The soil here is filled with sand, and when you head to your next attraction, you will see the beautiful sandy beach in the village. You can take a photo stop here as the site is jaw-dropping.   Now, you will continue to the village Skálavík which you will get to at the end of a wide valley. You will have a great view of the North Atlantic Ocean from the seaside covered with pebbles. When it is windy, you will experience attractive waves and impressive surf. Next up is the small idyllic village Húsavík. You will see some of the oldest stone houses in the Faroe Islands all grass-roofed. This location is perfect for those who want to experience the traditional lifestyle in the Faroe Islands. The old way of life is still lived here.  When you have enjoyed this small village, it is time for you to relax in Sandur. Here you will have a light meal at Café Breiðateig. The owner will tell you about the house and the café. It is now time for dinner. You will be served fresh fish caught in the Faroese waters the day before.   After all these attractions, it is time to take the ferry again to Streymoy island. Just before you leave Sandur, you can get some refreshments at the local gas station. You will do a short stop in Kirkjubøur on Streymoy. This is the historical hub in the country as well as a typical settlement with lot of grass-roofed houses. At the end of the day, you will be dropped of in Tórshavn. Don’t hesitate booking this phenomenal tour. You will follow in the footsteps of the Vikings when experiencing the island Sandoy and the historic village Kirkjubøur. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
9,5 hours
Available:
May. - Aug.
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Duration:
1,5 hours
Available:
All year
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Duration:
2 hours
Available:
All year
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Duration:
1,5 hours
Available:
All year
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Yoga retreat in Velbastaður

Feel the nature in the Faroe Islands and unwind as you do yoga. This healthy hand-picked yoga retreat in the hillside village Velbastaður, will make sure to fill you with wellness and peace. During this one hour yoga session, your yoga teacher will make sure that you unplug and reconnect with your Self with a stunning panoramic view of the surrounding landscape and seascape.  You will immerse yourself in the nature of rural Streymoy island only a 10 minutes drive from the capital Tórshavn. Once you get to Velbastaður, your hostee will greet you and take you into her private home for a nice cup of warm tea. The yoga class will take place outside on the spacious wooden terrace. If the weather does not suit for outdoor yoga, no worries as you will then move inside and enjoy the same classic and breathtaking view while your instructor born and raised in the Faroe Islands will let you connect with yourself and the extraordinary surroundings.   This is the ideal retreat that provides space to relax and restore in unspoiled surroundings of tranquility. Nature is at your doorstep and everything is set for an unbelievable yoga experience. Your instructor will give you an introduction to the surroundings and to the principles of her yoga practice. She will then take you on a journey that will make sure to slow down that fast pace and get you back in touch with nature. This yoga retreat in Velbastaður is carried out with 6 persons as the maximum number of participants. After the yoga class, you will have time to chat with the yoga instructor and enjoy the breathtaking view.  Don't wait any longer. Spend a slice of your precious free time in the Faroe Islands by lowering your stress level with yoga. Check availability by choosing a date. 

Duration:
2 hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Kallurin is Calling | Visit and Dine With a Local

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.  

Duration:
10 hours
Available:
May. - Aug.
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Hospitable Stay In a Local Family House

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.

Duration:
2 days
Available:
May. - Oct.
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Duration:
5 days
Available:
May. - Aug.
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James Bond Sightseeing Tour

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. 

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Duration:
8 days
Available:
May. - Aug.
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Norðlýsið Seaside Cruise

Enjoy a memorable cruise tour in the legendary one-of-a-kind schooner Norðlýsið.  The ship will take you on a tour to experience the seafront of Tórshavn. You will head north along the coast where you will see the old fortress and the basalt coastline. You will be mesmerised by the cosiness onboard this beautiful wooden ship that was built in Tórshavn many years ago. Experiencing the Faroe Islands from sea is a nature lover's dream come true. The crew members are passionate and dedicated sailers and will be happy to answer your question and tell you about the sights along the trip. The Faroe Islands are deeply connected to the ocean and the crew has the expertice to make this a joyful and comfortable sailing experience.  While you are onboard the ship, you might very well witness how birds dive into the salty North Atlantic ocean and there is also a chance to spot a seal relaxing in the ocean or on the shoreline. This tour will let you experience some of the best things that the nature near the capitacl in the Faroe Islands has to offer. Even though you are just outside the capital, it feels as if you are far away from civilisation and in the middle of undisturbed nature.  A seaside trip departing from Tórsavn marina is exhilarating and the perfect way to take in the surroundings and explore the nature next to the capital first-hand. This is your rare opportunity to sail in a boat built by Faroe Islanders themselves in the centre of this seafaring nation.  If you are looking to explore the seaside in the Faroe Islands in comfort, look no further. Check the booking availability by choosing a date 

Duration:
2 hours
Available:
Apr. - Sep.
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Pan Fried Fish in a Faroese Home

Join a fantastic dinner in a private home in the village Miðvágur serving Faroese fish. You will enjoy a traditional pan fried fish dish. The Faroese word “Heimablídni” means “Home hospitality“. Across all the islands you can enjoy authentic and intimate dining  experiences in people's home. We live in Faroe Islands, on the island Vágar. My name is Selma and my husband is Tórður. For a living we are a pre teacher and a sailor/fisherman, and we own four kids.  In our spare time we love to go fishing in our boat. We’ve done this for many years now and our kids always loved it. Now they’re all grown ups. People of the Faroe Islands have always lived of what nature provides us and we eat a lot of fish. For 30 years now I’ve served pan fried fish on our dinner table, almost once a week to my family during the years. My husband is a fisherman and a lot of the fish we eat comes from the ocean, that my husband has fished. It’s a meal that we all like very much. We wish to invite travelers in our home serving this traditional Faroese dinner that we have provide our selfs. You will come to our home and we will make the following dishes for you, and it will take about 2 hours: - Staked fish - Cooked potatoes - Garlic oil - Salat  - Coffee/tea/water - Cake/fruit Our home is situated only 5 minutes from Vagar Airport. This dinner experience is the perfect choice after a tour along Lake Leitisvatn or when you return from a day tour to Mykines. Now, what are you waiting for? Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
2 hours
Available:
All year
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Suðuroy Day Tour

Join a full day of awe-inspiring sceneries. Marvel at all the unspoiled sights on Suðuroy island. You will take the 08:45 ferry and leave the city behind while sailing to the most southernly island in the Faroe Islands. Relax in the ferry for the 2 hours journey while passing first the island of Sandoy then Skúvoy, Stóra Dimun and finally Lítla Dimun. There is a licenced restaurant on the ferry. The staff serves hot and cold meals and beverages.  On arrival in Suðuroy, you will drive from the ferry port towards Froðba, said to be the oldest village in Súðuroy, taking in the unique columnal basalt cliffs. Then from Tvøroyri you will take a guided hike to Hvannhagi and Hvanndal. A place known for it’s spectacular beauty and a real hidden gem, easily accessible, so make sure to explore this secret before the crowd discovers it! On the way back you will walk up through a gorge, where you will witness the phenomenon of the legendary, illusive, grey people of the Faroes who got caught out in the sun and had their expressions frozen in the cliff rocks. Now, you will do a sightseeing tour of Suðuroy. This island is definitely the most beautiful island from the road. You will visit most of the villages from the southern tip at Akraberg, then to the spectacular and breathtaking clifftops of Beinisvørð, the ancient viking settlement of Hov and make time to relax and eat a packed lunch in Famjin. Afterwards you will head up to the northern tip of the island and you will hear the end of the Faroese saga history, as this was the scene for one of the main events. You will stop in Hvalba on our way back to the ferry, where you will visit the ancient coal mines, in operation from the 1770’s. You will also regale the story of how three ships filled with pirates landed and ravaged the village of Hvalba. You will then take the 18:30 ferry back to Tórshavn, leaving you to reflect on a great day and a memorable tour! So don't delay—join this amazing small-group guided excursion and you too can experience the best of Suðuroy's natural delights! Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
9,5 hours
Available:
Feb. - Oct.
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