Hiking Tours

Go hiking in the Faroe Islands on one of the many great organised hiking tours and enjoy the natural beauty of the rugged mountains or the vast ocean beneath them. Explore a specific area for a few hours or spend a full day hiking between the mountain tops and little villages along your chosen path.

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Hiking Tours

Go hiking in the Faroe Islands on one of the many great organised hiking tours and enjoy the natural beauty of the rugged mountains or the vast ocean beneath them. Explore a specific area for a few hours or spend a full day hiking between the mountain tops and little villages along your chosen path.
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Trælanípa | Hike with a local guide

Enjoy a guided hike to Trælanípa only 5 minutes away from Vagar Airport. This iconic cliff is one of the main reasons why travellers visit Faroe Islands. You will join a local guide from the nearest village who has the knowledge and experiences trekking the path to the steep cliff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and the famous lake hanging over the salty sea. What makes this tour unique is the combination of nature and the local guide, who knows the story, the nature and all the sheep grazing along the path to Trælanípan, the Slave Rock. Tours ar emade each day at 9am, 12pm, and 15pm. Your tour guide is also a local shepherd and has the needed respect for both the untouched nature and the heights. The guide will show you to the right spot and will make sure that you are safe when you stand on the very edge with awesome photo opportunities. This is one of the best views in the Faroe Islands for landscapes photos. You will hike along the lake Leitisvatn also known as Sørvágsvatn on your way to Traelanipan. A tour guide is required when experiencing the Lake above the Ocean.  It feels like standing on the very edge of the world when you feel the wind and you witness the beautiful sight that attracts visitors to this remote location. Trælanípa is untouched nature at its best. The hike to Trælanipa is easy. However, with a risk of fog and taking into account the vertical cliff way above the ocean, you will be thankful for the local advice when hiking to Trælanípan with a experienced guide. The sight from Trealanipa is exceptional during winter also, and you will feel perfectly safe with the local tour guide even though it can be icy. You will meet the tour guide at the official hiking shed to the Trælanípa. This is the trailhead for this top attraction in the Faroe Islands. The shed is situated just outside the village Miðvágur. You will see a sign saying “Trælanípa” when you get to the church in the village Miðvágur. Follow the sign for 500 metres and you will get to the shed.  From the shed, your tour guide will take you on a hike to one of the most appreciated locations in the Faroe Islands. When you see Trælanípan, you will understand why. Now, book this tour today to secure yourself a hike to Trælanípa with a local guide. Check availability by choosing a date.
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3hours
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Viking Hiking | Streymoy Island

Spend some time in the great outdoors in the footsteps of the Vikings and get acquainted with the untouched nature. You will have mountains in all directions and be far away from city life. Take home unforgettable moments in nature. This day tour samples the best of South Streymoy. You will see the landscapes where Viking settlers used to trek and you will hear stories about how Vikings gathered in Tinganes in Tórshavn. Your tour guide will pick you up in Tórshavn. After a 15 minutes drive, you will start hiking through the valley Mannafelsdalur. From there you will go on a journey that is often referred to as Faroe Islands in miniature. Soon you will see the two white domes on top of Sornfelli and you will have an amazing panoramic view of the Troll Woman's Finger or Trøllkonufingur and Vagar island. When you stand in these landscapes, it feels like you are in a scene in Lord of the Rings. Weather permitting, you will have the chance to see golden ambience from the skies as the sun pushes its way through the clouds.  This tour offers you otherworldly waterfalls, beutiful valleys, and dramatic coastal cliffs. The tour guide will also make sure that you explore some of the most hidden spots in South Streymoy. Hiking in the footsteps of the Vikings is the perfect tour for those looking for the finest natural marvels in the Faroe Islands. You will have endless photo opportunities so make sure to expose your camera to some of Faroe Island's most undiscovered sights. Hence, if you want to practice your skills as a photographer, the tour guide will bring you to the best spots. Now, you will hike down to the Norðradalur valley. Soak in the beautiful view of the islands Koltur and Hestur. When you reach Norðradalur, you will have some refreshments before heading to Tórshavn. Your tour guide will give you an introduction to the oldes district, Tinganest. Here you will walk on cobbled stone and along turf-roofed houses all painted red. At the end of the Tinganes peninsula, you will see the Prime Minister's office. Your tour guide has a deep passion for nature and will secure you the best views along the hike. Also, you will be historically enlightened along the hike and when you walk on the ancient narrow streets in Tinganes where Vikings once met every summer. Now, don't hesitate to book. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
4hours
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The Classic Tour of Vágar

Experience all the classic locations on Vágar, hence the name :) This tour is for those who want to maximise their experience on Vágar Island. So you'll see, Sørvágsvatn, also known as Leitisvatn lake (Lake above the Ocean), you will hike to Trælanípa (the optical illusion spot), Bøsdalafossur (the biggest waterfall in the North Atlantic ocean). You'll then go to the village of Bøur and see the beautiful traditional old church there, and walk between the cute old traditional turf houses where you sometimes see sheep eating grass on top of, and see the architecture and building styles. In Bøur you'll go to the beach there overlooking Drangarnir (the island with the hole in the middle) and Tindhólm (the very narrow island til all the pointy fingers at the top). Finally you'll head to Gásadalur and see the beautiful waterfall Múlafossur that you see on all the postcards. Here you'll see puffins nesting and other birds as well. The tour is 4 hours and the price is calculated after that hour number. We have built this tour so that it is jam packed full with jaw-dropping sights. We cover as much seight-seeing as possible in these 4 hours. Sometimes we need to drop a small part out of the hike, if people are too slow at hiking or need to take too many brakes, which we totally understand. Typically it's the waterfall Bøsdalafossur that we take out of the hike. This is very rare but it is a decision we sometimes need to take in order to keep the timetable and price. You can add a lunchbox for 150 DKK pr person. It includes: Faroese bottled water or hot tee/coffee (you decide. The hot drinks are the bestsellers, since you can drink the water out if the freshwater springs that we will pass by). Some traditional Faroese Food, some classic food, fruit, and something sweet. You can do the Classic Tour any day at 10am. You will meet the guide at the gas station Magn in the village of Miðvágur.  Book this tour and you will go on this exciting adventure on the beautiful island of Vágar :) Check availability by choosing a date.
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4hours
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Golden Circle & Slættaratindur

Enjoy the scenic day tour to the Golden Circle and if you like combine the tour with a hike to the highest summit in the Faroe Islands. The mountain Slættaratindur is a great hike and the scenery is lovely up hill and on the top. The tour starts in Tórshavn in the morning. After you have been picked up, you will head north on Streymoy island to the village Saksun with the famous tidal lagoon. From Saksun you will drive further north. You will stop by the impressive Fossá Waterfall, which drops in two levels. Fossá is the tallest waterfall in the Faroe Islands. You will enjoy Fossá before visiting the village Tjørnuvík nestled peacefully in a deep valley.  Now, you will enter Eysturoy island and head further north and drive up the steep winding road beneath the Slættaratindur mountain to the Eiðisskarð pass from where your hike to the top will start if you add the hike to the tour. Slættaratindur peaks at 880 metre above sea level. You will reach the highest point in the Faroe Islands with a experienced tour guide that will keep you on the path all the way to the highest peak.  The hike to Slættaratindur is an add-on option to this tour. When adding the hike to the highest mountain Slættaratindur to this day tour, you will do the hike instead of visiting the village Gjógv.  Your hike will start halfway up the mountain as the road will take you to almost 400 metres above ocean level. Hiking to the summit will take 1 hour. Weather permitting, you will stay on the top for one hour or so. The weather is unpredictable on the top. You can experience standing in the middle of clouds and only see Slættaratindur itself. But on a clear day you will have a fantastic view over almost all islands in the Faroe Islands from the northernmost island to the southernmost island. If you choose the extra add-on hike to Slættaratindur, you will have a packed lunch on the top of the Faroe Islands and also a bottle of water. The hike downhill from the top will take just under 1 hour.  On your way back to Tórshavn, you will stop at Eiðiskollur. Here you will see the two marvellous stone formations out of the sea, "Risin and Kellingin". When heading back to Tórshavn, you will see steep mountains and several charming valleys lying side by side. There are great photo opportunities on this day tour that will bring you stunning views of the unspoiled nature in the Faroe Islands.   Make sure to explore the beauty when standing on the top of the Faroe Islands as well as experiencing the golden circle tour. Check availability for Golden Circle and Slættaratindur by choosing a date.
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Duration:
8hours
Available:
May. - Sep.
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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. 

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8hours
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8hours
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Apr. - Sep.
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Mykines | The Puffin Island

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.

Duration:
10hours
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May. - Aug.
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5hours
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May. - Aug.
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Kallur Lighthouse | Departure from Tórshavn

Put on your hiking boots and get ready for an unforgettable evening adventure to Kallur Lighthouse. This tour will get you to one of the most sought after attractions in the Faroe Islands only explored by very few people. You will experience the mythical Kalsoy island, the unspoiled villages, and the Kallur Lighthouse. This adventurous small group tour will let you experience Kalsoy island's most iconic sites. Everything is included in this guided tour. The trip begins when you are picked up in Tórshavn. Enjoy the free pick up in Tórshavn that also includes the suburbs Hoyvík and Argir.  Now, your tour guide will take you on a one hour drive up north to the island Borðoy. When you reach this island after passing through the sub sea tunnel Norðoyartunnilin, you will enter the fishing town Klaksvík. You will take the ferry from this town to Kalsoy island.  Your ferry ride will take 20 minutes and now your tour guide will take you to the northernmost village on Kalsoy island. In a deep valley, you will find the village Trøllanes from where your epic hike towards Kallur Lighthouse starts. The friendly farmer in the remote village Trøllanes will greet you here and he will now be your local guide for this 3 hours roundtrip hike. When you reach the lighthouse, you will get a delicious packed lunch. You will have plentiful time to soak in the moment and the undisturbed landscape.  If you prefer not to do the hike but want to explore Kalsoy island deeply, this is also the tour for you. Travellers who fancy more sightseeing on Kalsoy island and don't want to do the moderate hike to Kallur Lighthouse will join the tour guide and drive around the island to see the most beautiful places. Among the highlights is a stop by the village Mikladalur. You will experience the legendary Kópakonan, which translates into the seal woman. If you join the hike to Kallur Lighthouse, you will skip the Seal Women statue in Mikladalur. The final thing that you will do on Kalsoy island is to visit the local café before you commence the journey back to the capital, Tórshavn. You will first take the ferry from Syðradalur to Klaksvík and then drive for one hour before you reach Tórshavn. Expect to be back in Tórshavn around 20h. Visiting Kaloy island and Kallur Lighthouse is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Do not let this fantastic opportunity pass you by. Check availability by choosing a date.

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7.5hours
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May. - Aug.
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4days
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Experience Bøsdalafossur Waterfall & Leitisvatn, the Lake Above Ocean

Secure yourself a guided tour to some of the most sought-after sights in the Faroe Islands. This tour will take you to Bøsdalafossur waterfall, Trælanípan where you will experience the lake above the ocean, and you will see the rock wall Geituskorardrangur that rises out of the North Atlantic ocean.  You will be picked up wherever you want in the Faroe Islands. The tour guide will then take you on an unforgettable tour to the popular island in the western part of the archipelago, Vágar. Once you reach the village Miðvágur on Vágar island, you will start a one hour hike to dramatic landscapes. You will walk along Lake Sørvágsvatn before you reach the wild coastline. Here you will enjoy the pure and peaceful view from Trælanípa also known as the Slaves Cliff. Standing near the edge overlooking the fantastic landscape is an immersive nature experience. The unforgettable sights here are just out of this world and will make sure to nourish your soul and wellbeing. The tour guide will make sure that you get the serene views that will last a lifetime.   When you stand by Bøsdalafossur waterfall, you can look across the beautiful surroundings and feel the fresh air and water. You will immediately understand the magic of this place.  This is the perfect tour for those who want an undisturbed moment far away from urban noise where you will recharge in nature. Experiencing the top attractions on Vagar island in an essential sightseeing tour that will let you explore the fantastic Bosdalafossur waterfall and the optical illusion lake that hovers over the sea. As a bonus you will get close to the spectacular view of the rock formation Geituskorardrangur. This tour is a haven for all outdoor enthusiasts that are eager to venture into the wilderness. Do not miss this unique opportunity. Check availability by choosing a date. 
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5hours
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2hours
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Hiking from Saksun to Tjørnuvík

Join a fantastic hike from the picturesque village Saksun to the stunning settlement Tjørnuvík. This is one of the most beautiful hikes in the Faroe Islands. The tour starts among the iconic turf houses in Dúvugarðar in the village Saksun. You will pass amazing sights along the hiking route. You will hike up to 500 metres (1640 feet) above sea level and down to the beach in Tjørnuvík.  The total lenght of this beautiful hike is 7 kilometres (4,3 miles). The surface along the route will be mostly grass and sometimes basalt rock and pebbles.  Saksun is well known for its tidal lagoon and many steams that run down the undiscovered mountain sides. You will have the extraordinary opportunity to experience Saksun from the view of a drone - several hundred metres above the village and the natural amphitheater. Tjørnuvík lies in amazing settings in the northernmost part of the island Streymoy. When you approach Tjørnuvík from the mountains, you will have a panoramic view of the valley where you will find the tidy village next to a beach.   Your experienced mountain guide will make sure to get you safe from Saksun to Tjørnuvík. Expect to see lots of birds and mesmerizing nature on this three hour hike. When you reach the valley above Saksun, you will familiarise yourself with several bird species during the summer months among others the great skua and the common snipe. When you rech the village Tjørnuvík, you can enjoy the view of the sea stacks Risin & Kellingin that are located next to cape Eiðiskollur on Eysturoy island. There is a small café in Tjørnuvík where you can have some hot drinks if you like.   You can add transport from Tórshavn to Saksun during the booking process. Transport from Tjørnuvík and back to Saksun (if you bring your own car) or Tórshavn is included in the price. Now, what are you waiting for? Check availability by choosing a date.

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3hours
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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.
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Hiking Tours

Go hiking in the Faroe Islands on one of the many great organised hiking tours and enjoy the natural beauty of the rugged mountains or the vast ocean beneath them. Explore a specific area for a few hours or spend a full day hiking between the mountain tops and little villages along your chosen path.

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Hiking Tours

Go hiking in the Faroe Islands on one of the many great organised hiking tours and enjoy the natural beauty of the rugged mountains or the vast ocean beneath them. Explore a specific area for a few hours or spend a full day hiking between the mountain tops and little villages along your chosen path.
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Trælanípa | Hike with a local guide

Enjoy a guided hike to Trælanípa only 5 minutes away from Vagar Airport. This iconic cliff is one of the main reasons why travellers visit Faroe Islands. You will join a local guide from the nearest village who has the knowledge and experiences trekking the path to the steep cliff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and the famous lake hanging over the salty sea. What makes this tour unique is the combination of nature and the local guide, who knows the story, the nature and all the sheep grazing along the path to Trælanípan, the Slave Rock. Tours ar emade each day at 9am, 12pm, and 15pm. Your tour guide is also a local shepherd and has the needed respect for both the untouched nature and the heights. The guide will show you to the right spot and will make sure that you are safe when you stand on the very edge with awesome photo opportunities. This is one of the best views in the Faroe Islands for landscapes photos. You will hike along the lake Leitisvatn also known as Sørvágsvatn on your way to Traelanipan. A tour guide is required when experiencing the Lake above the Ocean.  It feels like standing on the very edge of the world when you feel the wind and you witness the beautiful sight that attracts visitors to this remote location. Trælanípa is untouched nature at its best. The hike to Trælanipa is easy. However, with a risk of fog and taking into account the vertical cliff way above the ocean, you will be thankful for the local advice when hiking to Trælanípan with a experienced guide. The sight from Trealanipa is exceptional during winter also, and you will feel perfectly safe with the local tour guide even though it can be icy. You will meet the tour guide at the official hiking shed to the Trælanípa. This is the trailhead for this top attraction in the Faroe Islands. The shed is situated just outside the village Miðvágur. You will see a sign saying “Trælanípa” when you get to the church in the village Miðvágur. Follow the sign for 500 metres and you will get to the shed.  From the shed, your tour guide will take you on a hike to one of the most appreciated locations in the Faroe Islands. When you see Trælanípan, you will understand why. Now, book this tour today to secure yourself a hike to Trælanípa with a local guide. Check availability by choosing a date.
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3hours
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Viking Hiking | Streymoy Island

Spend some time in the great outdoors in the footsteps of the Vikings and get acquainted with the untouched nature. You will have mountains in all directions and be far away from city life. Take home unforgettable moments in nature. This day tour samples the best of South Streymoy. You will see the landscapes where Viking settlers used to trek and you will hear stories about how Vikings gathered in Tinganes in Tórshavn. Your tour guide will pick you up in Tórshavn. After a 15 minutes drive, you will start hiking through the valley Mannafelsdalur. From there you will go on a journey that is often referred to as Faroe Islands in miniature. Soon you will see the two white domes on top of Sornfelli and you will have an amazing panoramic view of the Troll Woman's Finger or Trøllkonufingur and Vagar island. When you stand in these landscapes, it feels like you are in a scene in Lord of the Rings. Weather permitting, you will have the chance to see golden ambience from the skies as the sun pushes its way through the clouds.  This tour offers you otherworldly waterfalls, beutiful valleys, and dramatic coastal cliffs. The tour guide will also make sure that you explore some of the most hidden spots in South Streymoy. Hiking in the footsteps of the Vikings is the perfect tour for those looking for the finest natural marvels in the Faroe Islands. You will have endless photo opportunities so make sure to expose your camera to some of Faroe Island's most undiscovered sights. Hence, if you want to practice your skills as a photographer, the tour guide will bring you to the best spots. Now, you will hike down to the Norðradalur valley. Soak in the beautiful view of the islands Koltur and Hestur. When you reach Norðradalur, you will have some refreshments before heading to Tórshavn. Your tour guide will give you an introduction to the oldes district, Tinganest. Here you will walk on cobbled stone and along turf-roofed houses all painted red. At the end of the Tinganes peninsula, you will see the Prime Minister's office. Your tour guide has a deep passion for nature and will secure you the best views along the hike. Also, you will be historically enlightened along the hike and when you walk on the ancient narrow streets in Tinganes where Vikings once met every summer. Now, don't hesitate to book. Check availability by choosing a date.
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4hours
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The Classic Tour of Vágar

Experience all the classic locations on Vágar, hence the name :) This tour is for those who want to maximise their experience on Vágar Island. So you'll see, Sørvágsvatn, also known as Leitisvatn lake (Lake above the Ocean), you will hike to Trælanípa (the optical illusion spot), Bøsdalafossur (the biggest waterfall in the North Atlantic ocean). You'll then go to the village of Bøur and see the beautiful traditional old church there, and walk between the cute old traditional turf houses where you sometimes see sheep eating grass on top of, and see the architecture and building styles. In Bøur you'll go to the beach there overlooking Drangarnir (the island with the hole in the middle) and Tindhólm (the very narrow island til all the pointy fingers at the top). Finally you'll head to Gásadalur and see the beautiful waterfall Múlafossur that you see on all the postcards. Here you'll see puffins nesting and other birds as well. The tour is 4 hours and the price is calculated after that hour number. We have built this tour so that it is jam packed full with jaw-dropping sights. We cover as much seight-seeing as possible in these 4 hours. Sometimes we need to drop a small part out of the hike, if people are too slow at hiking or need to take too many brakes, which we totally understand. Typically it's the waterfall Bøsdalafossur that we take out of the hike. This is very rare but it is a decision we sometimes need to take in order to keep the timetable and price. You can add a lunchbox for 150 DKK pr person. It includes: Faroese bottled water or hot tee/coffee (you decide. The hot drinks are the bestsellers, since you can drink the water out if the freshwater springs that we will pass by). Some traditional Faroese Food, some classic food, fruit, and something sweet. You can do the Classic Tour any day at 10am. You will meet the guide at the gas station Magn in the village of Miðvágur.  Book this tour and you will go on this exciting adventure on the beautiful island of Vágar :) Check availability by choosing a date.
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4hours
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Golden Circle & Slættaratindur

Enjoy the scenic day tour to the Golden Circle and if you like combine the tour with a hike to the highest summit in the Faroe Islands. The mountain Slættaratindur is a great hike and the scenery is lovely up hill and on the top. The tour starts in Tórshavn in the morning. After you have been picked up, you will head north on Streymoy island to the village Saksun with the famous tidal lagoon. From Saksun you will drive further north. You will stop by the impressive Fossá Waterfall, which drops in two levels. Fossá is the tallest waterfall in the Faroe Islands. You will enjoy Fossá before visiting the village Tjørnuvík nestled peacefully in a deep valley.  Now, you will enter Eysturoy island and head further north and drive up the steep winding road beneath the Slættaratindur mountain to the Eiðisskarð pass from where your hike to the top will start if you add the hike to the tour. Slættaratindur peaks at 880 metre above sea level. You will reach the highest point in the Faroe Islands with a experienced tour guide that will keep you on the path all the way to the highest peak.  The hike to Slættaratindur is an add-on option to this tour. When adding the hike to the highest mountain Slættaratindur to this day tour, you will do the hike instead of visiting the village Gjógv.  Your hike will start halfway up the mountain as the road will take you to almost 400 metres above ocean level. Hiking to the summit will take 1 hour. Weather permitting, you will stay on the top for one hour or so. The weather is unpredictable on the top. You can experience standing in the middle of clouds and only see Slættaratindur itself. But on a clear day you will have a fantastic view over almost all islands in the Faroe Islands from the northernmost island to the southernmost island. If you choose the extra add-on hike to Slættaratindur, you will have a packed lunch on the top of the Faroe Islands and also a bottle of water. The hike downhill from the top will take just under 1 hour.  On your way back to Tórshavn, you will stop at Eiðiskollur. Here you will see the two marvellous stone formations out of the sea, "Risin and Kellingin". When heading back to Tórshavn, you will see steep mountains and several charming valleys lying side by side. There are great photo opportunities on this day tour that will bring you stunning views of the unspoiled nature in the Faroe Islands.   Make sure to explore the beauty when standing on the top of the Faroe Islands as well as experiencing the golden circle tour. Check availability for Golden Circle and Slættaratindur by choosing a date.
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Duration:
8hours
Available:
May. - Sep.
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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:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Duration:
8hours
Available:
Apr. - Sep.
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Mykines | The Puffin Island

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.

Duration:
10hours
Available:
May. - Aug.
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Duration:
5hours
Available:
May. - Aug.
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Kallur Lighthouse | Departure from Tórshavn

Put on your hiking boots and get ready for an unforgettable evening adventure to Kallur Lighthouse. This tour will get you to one of the most sought after attractions in the Faroe Islands only explored by very few people. You will experience the mythical Kalsoy island, the unspoiled villages, and the Kallur Lighthouse. This adventurous small group tour will let you experience Kalsoy island's most iconic sites. Everything is included in this guided tour. The trip begins when you are picked up in Tórshavn. Enjoy the free pick up in Tórshavn that also includes the suburbs Hoyvík and Argir.  Now, your tour guide will take you on a one hour drive up north to the island Borðoy. When you reach this island after passing through the sub sea tunnel Norðoyartunnilin, you will enter the fishing town Klaksvík. You will take the ferry from this town to Kalsoy island.  Your ferry ride will take 20 minutes and now your tour guide will take you to the northernmost village on Kalsoy island. In a deep valley, you will find the village Trøllanes from where your epic hike towards Kallur Lighthouse starts. The friendly farmer in the remote village Trøllanes will greet you here and he will now be your local guide for this 3 hours roundtrip hike. When you reach the lighthouse, you will get a delicious packed lunch. You will have plentiful time to soak in the moment and the undisturbed landscape.  If you prefer not to do the hike but want to explore Kalsoy island deeply, this is also the tour for you. Travellers who fancy more sightseeing on Kalsoy island and don't want to do the moderate hike to Kallur Lighthouse will join the tour guide and drive around the island to see the most beautiful places. Among the highlights is a stop by the village Mikladalur. You will experience the legendary Kópakonan, which translates into the seal woman. If you join the hike to Kallur Lighthouse, you will skip the Seal Women statue in Mikladalur. The final thing that you will do on Kalsoy island is to visit the local café before you commence the journey back to the capital, Tórshavn. You will first take the ferry from Syðradalur to Klaksvík and then drive for one hour before you reach Tórshavn. Expect to be back in Tórshavn around 20h. Visiting Kaloy island and Kallur Lighthouse is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Do not let this fantastic opportunity pass you by. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
7.5hours
Available:
May. - Aug.
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Duration:
4days
Available:
Oct. - Mar.
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Duration:
4hours
Available:
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Duration:
8days
Available:
May. - Aug.
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Experience Bøsdalafossur Waterfall & Leitisvatn, the Lake Above Ocean

Secure yourself a guided tour to some of the most sought-after sights in the Faroe Islands. This tour will take you to Bøsdalafossur waterfall, Trælanípan where you will experience the lake above the ocean, and you will see the rock wall Geituskorardrangur that rises out of the North Atlantic ocean.  You will be picked up wherever you want in the Faroe Islands. The tour guide will then take you on an unforgettable tour to the popular island in the western part of the archipelago, Vágar. Once you reach the village Miðvágur on Vágar island, you will start a one hour hike to dramatic landscapes. You will walk along Lake Sørvágsvatn before you reach the wild coastline. Here you will enjoy the pure and peaceful view from Trælanípa also known as the Slaves Cliff. Standing near the edge overlooking the fantastic landscape is an immersive nature experience. The unforgettable sights here are just out of this world and will make sure to nourish your soul and wellbeing. The tour guide will make sure that you get the serene views that will last a lifetime.   When you stand by Bøsdalafossur waterfall, you can look across the beautiful surroundings and feel the fresh air and water. You will immediately understand the magic of this place.  This is the perfect tour for those who want an undisturbed moment far away from urban noise where you will recharge in nature. Experiencing the top attractions on Vagar island in an essential sightseeing tour that will let you explore the fantastic Bosdalafossur waterfall and the optical illusion lake that hovers over the sea. As a bonus you will get close to the spectacular view of the rock formation Geituskorardrangur. This tour is a haven for all outdoor enthusiasts that are eager to venture into the wilderness. Do not miss this unique opportunity. Check availability by choosing a date. 
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Duration:
5hours
Available:
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Duration:
8hours
Available:
May. - Aug.
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Duration:
8hours
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May. - Aug.
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Duration:
3hours
Available:
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Duration:
4days
Available:
Oct. - Apr.
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Duration:
2hours
Available:
All year
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Hiking from Saksun to Tjørnuvík

Join a fantastic hike from the picturesque village Saksun to the stunning settlement Tjørnuvík. This is one of the most beautiful hikes in the Faroe Islands. The tour starts among the iconic turf houses in Dúvugarðar in the village Saksun. You will pass amazing sights along the hiking route. You will hike up to 500 metres (1640 feet) above sea level and down to the beach in Tjørnuvík.  The total lenght of this beautiful hike is 7 kilometres (4,3 miles). The surface along the route will be mostly grass and sometimes basalt rock and pebbles.  Saksun is well known for its tidal lagoon and many steams that run down the undiscovered mountain sides. You will have the extraordinary opportunity to experience Saksun from the view of a drone - several hundred metres above the village and the natural amphitheater. Tjørnuvík lies in amazing settings in the northernmost part of the island Streymoy. When you approach Tjørnuvík from the mountains, you will have a panoramic view of the valley where you will find the tidy village next to a beach.   Your experienced mountain guide will make sure to get you safe from Saksun to Tjørnuvík. Expect to see lots of birds and mesmerizing nature on this three hour hike. When you reach the valley above Saksun, you will familiarise yourself with several bird species during the summer months among others the great skua and the common snipe. When you rech the village Tjørnuvík, you can enjoy the view of the sea stacks Risin & Kellingin that are located next to cape Eiðiskollur on Eysturoy island. There is a small café in Tjørnuvík where you can have some hot drinks if you like.   You can add transport from Tórshavn to Saksun during the booking process. Transport from Tjørnuvík and back to Saksun (if you bring your own car) or Tórshavn is included in the price. Now, what are you waiting for? Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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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.
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Duration:
4.5hours
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Duration:
10hours
Available:
All year
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