Guided tours

Experience a wealth of beautiful tours under the eyes of local guides and embrace yourself in Faroe Island's unspoiled nature.
Guided tours let you sightsee to your heart's desire while you get to know about the rich history, culture and stunning scenery in the Faroe Islands.

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Guided tours

Experience a wealth of beautiful tours under the eyes of local guides and embrace yourself in Faroe Island's unspoiled nature.
Guided tours let you sightsee to your heart's desire while you get to know about the rich history, culture and stunning scenery in the Faroe Islands.
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2days
Available:
Apr. - Sep.
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Highlights of the North | Six islands in one day

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.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 10 hour day tour to your cart.
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Duration:
10hours
Available:
All year
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Trælanípa Hike & Highlights of Vágar Island

Experience some of Faroe Island's true wonders with this extraordinary hiking tour on Vágar Island where you will see the insta-famous Lake above the Ocean, the legendary Bøsdalafossur waterfall and the towering sea-stack Geituskorardrangur. Those who are looking for an unbelievable hiking adventure in the untouched nature need to look no further.You will be picked up in Tórshavn at your hotel or other designated pick up location. Tie your laces on your hiking shoes and jump on the coach. Now, you will head from Streymoy island to the west to Vágar island.The first half of this tour will take you to sights such as Gásadalur where you will see the waterfall Múlafossur, to the charming village Bøur where you will have a picturesque view of Tindhólmur islet and Drangarnir sea-stacks, ad to the village Sandavágur with one of the most beautiful churches in the Faroe Islands.  Now, get ready for some epic hiking. Your hike tour starts in the afternoon from lake Leitisvatn also known as lake Sorvagsvatn. The hike to these attractions is easy and beautiful with almost no elevation. You will walk along the lake towards the edge of the island where the basalt walls meet the salty ocean. Expect to hike for one hour from your starting point to Trælanípa which translates directly to the Slave's Cliff.On this tour, you will have the opportunity to witness the breathtaking view from the sheer black cliff of Trælanípa where you will have the iconic view of lake lying there above the North Atlantic ocean. You will then do a much shorter hike to the stunning waterfall Bøsdalafossur.This tour has it all. Múlafossur waterfall, a stunning lake and the famous sight from the sheered cliff. The sharp peak at the edge of the cliff is what makes Trælanípan to such an overwhelming experience.Bøsdalafossur waterfall thunders down the ocean and the sight towards the sheer cliff of Trælanípan will stay in your heart from the first time you see it. If it has not been too rainy the days before your hike, then you can cross the river and get close to Geituskorardrangur which is a majestic rock formation.Turn to the southwest when you stand on the edges of Vágar and you will see nothing but the wast Atlantic Ocean and the undulating waves. During windy days waves are enormous here. Book this must-do hiking experience now to avoid missing out. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Golden Circle | Visit Saksun, Tjørnuvík, and Gjógv

Experience the best of nature in Saksun, Tjørnuvik, and North Eysturoy. 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. An unique atmosphere with amazing views of the surrounding mountains.This Golden Circle tour to Saksun, Tjørnuvík, and Gjógv is made all year round. These are some of the most awe-inspiring attractions in the Faroe Islands.Saksun is simply wonderful with the tidal lagoon surrounded by sand, mountains and stunning waterfalls. You will also get the chance to see the old iconic church overlooking the lagoon.After your visit in Saksun you will go to Tjørnuvík. Enjoy the lovely beach and remember to look up to see gorgeous skies hanging above the mountain sides. Your next stop is Gjógv. On the way from Tjørnuvík to Gjógv you will stop by the famous Fossá Waterfall. 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.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.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.On your way back to Tórshavn, you will stop on Eiðiskarð to take pictures of the rocky sea-stacks Risin & Kellingin and of the tallest summits in the Faroe Islands such as Slættaratindur and Vaðhorn.You can add a hike to Slættaratindur to this tour when booking. When adding the hike to the highest mountain Slættaratindur to this day, you will do the hike instead of visiting the village Gjógv. Discover the magic of Faroe Islands by adding the Golden Circle Tour to your cart. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Golden Tour to Vagar Island

Join the adventure in the unique terain on Vagar Island to some of the most famous spots in the whole of Faroe Islands. The tour culminates at one of the most breathtaking attractions of all: Múlafossur Waterfall that drops straight into the ocean.This 4 hour tour is for anyone who like to see some of the attractions on Vagar island which make Faroe Islands such a worthwhile destonation to visit. From your seat, you will feel as if you are being taken to a land and landscapes of unspoiled magic. There will be photo stops along the route from Tórshavn to Vágar Island.You will be picked up in the capital, Tórshavn, in the morning. On your journey to Vágar Island, you will be privy to beautiful sceneries. Your first stop will be Norðradalsskarð mountain pass just outside of Tórshavn. From this spot, you will have a great view of the Norðradalur valley with the iconic island Koltur out there in the horizon.   Next, you will pass the only prison in the Faroe Islands that sits on the hillside of the Kaldbaksbotnur fjord on a miraculus location. Prisoners here have a gorgeous view of the awe-inspiring fjord from the turf roofed jail.  Now, you will take the underwater-tunnel from Streymoy island to the nightbouring island Vágar. Here, you will pass three villages Sandavágur, Miðvágur and Sørvágur before entering the village Bøur. From this small settlement, you will get the perfect view of Tindhólmur islet and the sea stacks uDrangarnir with a hole in the middle.Your last stop will be the vital village Gásadalur where you will have time to enjoy the unbelievable waterfall Múlafossur. You will also have the opportunity to go for a stroll in the village nearby the waterfall and sit down in a local café for a cup of coffee or tea. From the window in the café, you will see the puffin island Mykines in the background. If you are fortunate, you will also experience puffins in Gásadalur right next to the waterfall.   Seats fill quickly on this popular tour to Vágar island. Experience some of the very best that the Faroe Islands has to offer on this quintessential tour to Vagar island. Check availability by choosing  date. 
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Duration:
4hours
Available:
May. - Aug.
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Duration:
4days
Available:
Oct. - Apr.
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Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Norðradalsskarð, Sornfelli & Kirkjubøur | Private VIP Tour

Hit the road and experience some of the best sights only a short drive outside of the capital Tórshavn. This private tour is made in luxury cars to the popular attraction Norðradalsskarð where you will have a stunning view of the large valley, the curvy road, and the lonely island Koltur out there in the ocean.You will join a private driver in cars such as Volvo S90, BMW 730d or simular. Your driver has all the knowledge about the sights on this two hour tour. You will be picked up at your accommodation in Tórshavn and then head to your first site. Relax and enjoy the comfort in a VIP vehicle while approaching Norðradalsskarð, the old military base on Sornfelli mountain summit with breathtaking views and the historic village Kirkjubøur.  First stop is in Kirkjubøur. It feels like travel back in time when visiting Kirkjubøur which is the former centre of culture in The North Atlantic Ocean. Here you will experience the ruins of the 13th century St. Magnus Cathedral and the 12th century St. Ólav's Church. This beautiful white church is still in use. You will also step into the 900 year-old bishopric Roykstovan which is the oldest wooden house in Europe. The house is inhabited by the 17th generation of farmers. Kirkjubøur is a gem for those with a passion for turf houses as most houses here are turf roofed.While on the old mountain road from Tórshavn you will have excellent opportunities for a photo stop at Norðradalsskarð with panorama view to the island Koltur. Next, you will take the narrow road up to the former radar station at the mountain Sornfelli. When between 7-18 people, choose the extra feature in the booking process. Small private group tours are also made in luxury vehicles.Why wait any longer? Experience the best attractions in the southern end of Streymoy island in a classic luxury car. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
2hours
Available:
All year
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4 Day Summer Package | Top Nature Attractions

Experience the best of what the Faroe Islands has to offer on this 4 days package tours. With an excellent selection of day tours, this package will make your vacation a momorable 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 historic village Kirkjubøur and the scenic island Sandoy.  You will be picked up in Tórshavn at your hotel or designated rea 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. Embark on a Faroe Islands adventure today and make the most out of your time away. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4days
Available:
Apr. - Sep.
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Tour to Toftir and Norðragøta | Experience hand knitted jumpers

Dress in a warm woollen jumper perfect for the unpredictable weather in the Faroe islands. On this day tour to Eysturoy island, you will visit a woollen store with great products made out of the local sheep wool.You will be picked up in Tórshavn and then hit the road to Eysturoy island. The first stop will be made in the village Toftir. You will have a great sea view from this village. In Toftir you will drop by Navia with a variety of handcrafted woollen products with a strong North Atlantic heritage. You will have the chance to do tax-free shopping in the store.In Toftir you will see the local church. Also, you will get close to some of the only windmills in the Faroe Islands. The view from the wind turbines is great in all directions. Next, you will reach Norðragøta. This is an old settlement in the Faroe Islands with lots of history and culture. You will get to know some of the many stories about great Viking achievement and entrepreneurship which has always been a key virtue by the villagers. A large statue of Tróndur í Gøtu, a local hero from the Færeyinga Saga, stands in the village. Just beside the statue is a wooden, turf roof church. The church is part of the oldest buildings in Norðragøta where you will be treated to a tour through Faroese farm life from the mid-19th to the 20th century. In these old buildings you will see an astonishing array of traditional clothing, kitchen implements, furniture, tools, fishing equipment, and everyday artefacts.  Now, after a visit in this old part of Norðragøta, you will head back to Tórshavn. Weather permitting, you will take a different route back when approaching the capital in the Faroe islands. Get ready for a great day on Eysturoy island. Check availability by adding to cart.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
Sep. - May.
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Múlafossur Waterfall | Departure from Tórshavn

Jump aboard this coach excursion and marvel at the unspoiled beauty of Múlafossur Waterfall. You will see one of the fairest attractions in the Faroe Islands.This excellent bus tour to the remote village Gásadalur is an essential Faroe Islands experience. Let an experienced guide take you to this stunning site to admire the remarkable nature surrounding Gásadalur.The small village Gásadalur is nestled at the base of the tallest mountains in Vágar island. Experiencing the famous waterfall cascading into the salty sea is a breathtaking show. You will feel the stress drop away, when standing at the edge and watching this true Nordic heaven.Gásadalur sits some 150 metres above sea level giving you a fantastic view towards the blue horizon and the island Mykines. This stunning spot will teach you invaluable life skils: to respect nature.The remote village of Gásadalur was the last inhabited location in the Faroe Islands to be connected to the road system. The tunnel came in the 21st Century. So now you can travel with ease to this delightful spot in the Faroe Islands that will most certainly thrill your senses.You might be lucky and get a glimpse of puffins when standing in front of the waterfall. This icon of the Faroe Islands breeds by sea cliffs and on islands nesting its one egg in a hole. After exploring Múlafossur Waterfall and the village Gásadalur, you will have a light meal and Coffee/Tea at the local Gásadalsgarður Guesthouse. You will enjoy the untouched nature just outside the window.As a part of this tour, you will also stop by the turf roofed village Bøur. From this cosy village, you will have a great view of the Tindhólmur inlet with its five column. Furthermore, you will also see the sea-stacks Drangarnir. Do not let the opportunity to experience Múlafossur Waterfall pass you by. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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Viking Tour | Sandoy & Kirkjubøur

Prepare yourself for a day tour to the historic village Kirkjubøur and the island Sandoy. Your tour guide will reveal the real heart of these awe-inspiring attractions.You will be picked up by your tour guide in Tórshavn and head to the ferry port on the west side of Streymoy island. Here a ferry will take you to the island Sandoy. You will reach Sandoy after sailing for half an hour. Once there, your tour guide will take you to the hidden gem on this beautiful island. You will experience the island's rich heritage and unspoiled nature.There are several small villages on the island, you you will experience five of these villages and get the opportunity to go on a stroll and greet the locals. There will be several photo stops along the road.After the boat trip from Sandoy to the main island Streymoy, the tour guide will take you to the historic village Kirkjubøur. Here you will feel the Faroese history come to life. It is a real pleasure seeing all the turf houses in this small village. Kirkjubøur is the historic hub in the Faroe Islands.In Kirkjubøur you will have the unique chance to walk into the farm house which is the oldest wooden house in Europe dating thousand years back. The farm house is still inhabited by the 17th generation of the proud Patursson family.On this guided tour to Sandoy and Kirkjubøur, you will enjoy unspoiled nature, pristine settlements and rich history. You will hear lots of facinating stories from the Viking age while experiencing magic moments in nature.At the end of the day, you will be dropped off outside your hotel in Tórshavn. The duration of the tour is 9.5 hours. Don't wait any longer - hop on this exciting guided bus excursion to some of the Faroe Island's best natural delights. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
9.5hours
Available:
All year
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Winter Tour to Gjógv and Fossá Waterfall

Hop aboard a luxury coach for this essential Faroe Islands experience. You will visit the remote village Gjógv with the impressive natural gorge.You will also explore the famous Fossá Waterfall and the sea-stacks Risin and Kellingin or the Giant and his Wife. This tour is for those who want to immerse themselves in Faroe Islands nature and want to see some of the top attractions. The tour has a delightful combination of nature and small villages.Your trip to the most northern village on Eysturoy starts in the capital Tórshavn. From Tórshavn you will head to Gjógv. This village is set in outstanding surroundings. The mountain road from the highest point on the tour and down the valley to Gjógv is amazing. You will pass Slættaratindur the highest mountain in the Faroe Islands just before driving down the narrow road to Gjógv.When in Gjógv, you will witness the remarkable gorge on which you will find the villager's only harbour. You can take the stairs down to the gorge and walk along the edge to the spot where many travellers want to get a photo of the gorge and the village together. You will most likely see the cold North Atlantic waves splashing against the shore.This tour will also make sure that you explore the awesome Fossá Waterfall. This famous waterfall drops in two levels. You will have the chance to get really close to the waterfall and feel the water crashing at the rocky bottom of the waterfall. Soak up the power of the waterfall, have a sip of the pure clean water and get refreshed.You will also stop to get the best sight of the sea-stacks Risin and Kellingin. When you explored these three stunning attractions, you will go back to the capital Tórshavn.This as a unique winter tour that will give you some of the best nature that Faroe Islands has to offer. Add this winter day tour to your cart.

Duration:
4hours
Available:
Oct. - Mar.
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Winter Tour to Kirkjubø

Visit the cultural and historical hub in the Faroe Islands. On this day tour you will get to Kirkjubøur in a luxury coach. You will see all the major sights in the most historic village on the Faroe Islands.Before heading to Kirkjubøur, you will go for a stroll in the oldest part of Tórshavn on the flat rocks of Tinganes down at the harbour. Your tour guide will tell you local stories dating back to the Viking age. You will also see all the small turf-roofed houses in the á Reyni district, which is the oldest settlement in the capital Tórshavn.Now you will jump on the bus and your tour give will show you Kirkjubøur. You will see the top attractions in Kirkjubø such as the oldest inhabited wooden house in Europe, the St Magnus cathedral, and the St Olav's church.Before arriving to Kirkjubøur you will have a great view of the islands Hestur and Koltur across the sound.The old farmhouse Kirkjubøargarður is still inhabited which makes it the oldest inhabited house in Europe made out of wood. The farmhouse dates back to the 11th century. You will have the unique opportunity to walk inside the house and see the old living room now used by the 17th generation of the family that runs the farm in Kirkjubøur.The ruins of the Magnus cathedral is the most important historic building in the Faroe Islands. The building was probably never finished. Historians say that the cathedral would have been one of the most beautiful Gothic buildings in the Nordic region. The cathedral consists of a simple, rectangular nave. A small sacristy on the north side has traces of paving and altar foundations and was perhaps the only part of the building that was finished. A tower was also apparently planned.Only the walls of the church are standing, and from them plaster and ornament have long since disappeared, revealing the excellent craftsmanship of the builders.This is your chance to see the Faroe Islands in winter and explore the historic village Kirkjubøur and the oldest part of Tórshavn. Add the tour to your cart.

Duration:
3.5hours
Available:
Nov. - Mar.
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Saksun Winter Tour | And Two Other Villages

Come along a memorable day tour to the Faroe Island's winter scene in the beautiful villages Saksun, Kvívík, and Hvalvík. You will see all the very best highlights and amazing attractions.This tour is perfect for those who want to see the best of what the island Streymoy has to offer. From Viking ruins to spectacular nature.The tour is tailored to travellers who want to maximise their experiences on the main island Streymoy. You will see ocean waves crashing into the rocky shore from the village Kvívík and you will get a majestic view in Saksun over the tidal lagoon and the charming turf-roofed houses. You will be picked up in Tórshavn and from there head to the old Viking village Kvívík. On your journey from Tórshavn to Kvívík, you will pass the mountain road from Tórshavn. There are really good photo opportunities on the way and the bus driver will make sure to stop so that you can take some photos. I Kvívík there is a main river that cascades down through the mountain side. The excavated houses in Kvívík show that there is an ancient Viking settlement.There is a small harbour in Kvívík. During winter the harbour is often exposed to the full force of the waves. From Kvívík you will head to Hvalvík. In this less known village you will get a glimpse of one of the traditional wooden churches. There is a great view in Hvalvík towards the valley leading to Saksun. The last stop on this tour is Saksun. You will drive through the 10 km long valley before reaching the stunning sights in Saksun. Visiting Saksun is an unforgettable experience. Saksun has its own unique setting with waterfalls, steep mountains and the tidal lagoon. Book this tour to see some of the best attractions on the island Streymoy and witness the unspoiled nature. Add this tour to your cart.
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Duration:
3.5hours
Available:
Nov. - Mar.
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The Legendary Gásadalur Excursion | Winter Tour

Come along for this essential Faroe Islands experience. You will witness the amazing Múlafossur Waterfall that runs into the Atlantic Ocean and the unbelievable village Gásadalur.You will be picked up in the morning in Tórshavn by your tour guide who will take you on a majestic journey. The ride to Gásadalur is a unique experience in itself. From your seat, you will see lakes and the ever changing coastline. You will be heading west from the island Streymoy to the island Vagar. Before you reach the destination you will see several villages among them the stunning village Bøur and in the distance the sea-stacks Drangarnir and the inlet Tindhólmur. Gásadalur is nestled on the west side of the island Vágar. The scenery is taken out of a larger-than-life fairy tail. The untouched valley where you will find Gásadalur is a must-do experience while in the Faroe Islands. Enjoy the entering scene to Gásadalur as you get out of the tunnel leading to Gásadalur. You will start the scenic trip down the mountain side and to the village itself.Gásadalur is surrounded by high mountains with facinating rock formations. You will enjoy a panoramic sight over the island Mykines and the mesmerising waterfall.This tour will appeal to everyone seeking to immerse themselves in the beautiful nature in the Faroe Islands. Make sure to bring your camera as Gásadalur gives you plenty of chances to get great photos in the picturesque village.You will also have time to go on a stroll in the village that holds some great examples of turf-roofed housses. There is even a store where you can aquire local hand-made products. Hop aboard a comfort coach and discover the breathtaking Múlafossur Waterfall on this legendary tour. Secure yourself a guided tour to Gásadalur and Múlafossur Waterfall by adding this experience to the cart.

Duration:
3.5hours
Available:
Sep. - Jun.
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Bus tour to Gásadalur

Reserve your seat on a guided bus tour from Tórshavn to the two adoring villages Bø and Gásadalur on the popular Vagar island. This tour will take you to the untouched nature on the island Vagar.In the tiny village Gásadalur, you will experience the famous and must-see attraction Múlafossur Waterfall. Visiting the remote Gásadalur is one of the most stunning sights in the Faroe Island. When you stand in front of the cascading waterfall, you will understand why travellers around the world come to see Gásadalur and the beautiful Múlafossur waterfall.In Gásadalur you will be surrounded by the highest mountains on Vágar island. You will also have a panoramic view over the westernmost island Mykines with all its puffins. You might also be lucky and spot some puffins by the Múlafossur Waterfall.Gásadalur was the last settlement in the Faroe Islands to be connected to the rest of the country. Until very recently the only way to access this remote village was by hiking over the steep mountain from Bøur to Gásadalur. You will enter this spectacular village through a modern tunnel which makes it convenient and easy to visit Gásadalur and explore Múlafossur Waterfall.On your way to Gásadalur, you will stop by the picturesque village Bøur. You will have the change to go for a stroll in this village where most of the houses are grass roofed. From Bøur you will have a fantastic view of the peaky islet Tindhólmur  and the rock formation with a hole in it, Drangarnir.Now, you will head to Gásadalur. After seeing the breathtaking Múlafossur Waterfall, you will enjoy a light meal with coffee/tea and cake inside the local Gásadalsgarður Guesthouse. When returning to Tórshavn, you will have the opportunity to take some photos of the unspoiled nature in the Faroe Islands. The bus will do photo stops on the way to Tórshavn.Do not hesitate to visit Múlafossur Waterfall. Add a guided bus tour to the fantastic scenery in Gásadalur to your cart.
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Duration:
5hours
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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3 waterfalls in 1 day | Múlafossur, Fossá, and the waterfalls in Saksun

Step right up to experience some of the most spectacular waterfalls in the Faroe Islands. This enticing tour will take you to the world-renowned sites: Múlafossur Waterfall, Fossá Waterfall and waterfalls in Saksun.The waterfalls in the Fare Islands are countless. This tour will take you sightseeing and exploring the most stunningly beautiful waterfalls on two different islands in the Faroe Islands. The tour will satisfy all your senses and the memory will last a lifetime.You will visit the picturesque and best known waterfall Múlafossur only a short drive from Vagar Airport. Here you will get a scenic view of Múlafossur Waterfall and the remote village Gásadalur that sits at the edge of the cliff.Next up is the Fossá Waterfall on the island Streymoy. Fossá Waterfall has a double drop with black lava cliffs behind the foaming white water. You will hike to the first drop, which is an impressive experience. Fossá Waterfall is 140 metre in total.Your last stop on this tour is Saksun. The village has a couple of waterfalls that you will chase together with your local guide. Among the waterfalls, that you will see in Saksun is the stunning Breiðá Waterfall running from the mountain Kopsenni.Rain is quite common on the Faroe Islands as it rains more than 250 days a year. This is actually good news as the waterfalls on this tour only get more impressive when it rains, especially Fossá Waterfall and the waterfalls in Saksun.The waterfalls on this tour are breathtaking so make sure to bring a good camera as there are great photo opportunities at all three waterfalls. All waterfalls on this tour are accessible in winter as well as in summer.Join this exciting guided tour to the best waterfalls in the Faroe Islands. Add the tour to your cart.
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Duration:
4hours
Available:
All year
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Bus tour to Gjógv | Departure from Tórshavn

Hop on board this classic bus trip from Tórshavn to the beautiful village of Gjógv with hot drinks and pastries at Guesthouse Gjáargarður. Gjógv is one of the most beautiful villages in the Faroe Islands.The village Gjógv is the most northern village on the island Eysturoy, the second largest island in the Faroe Islands. Your tour to Gjógv starts from Tórshavn.On your way East you will go for a walk on the bridge connecting the islands Streymoy and Eysturoy, pass the highest summit Slættaratindur (880 metres) and Gráfelli (857 metres), the tallest mountains in the archipelago, located between the villages of Eiði and Gjógv.  A small road will lead you to Gjógv. You will be treated to gorgeous views when sliding down the valley. The coastal village is famous for its picturesque scenery dotted with colourful houses built around its sea-filled gorge that has given the village its name.The gorge runs from the village into the ocean where you will also find a harbour. The landscape around the village is incredible and varied.Gjógv means gorge in Faroese. It is a fitting name; the harbour carved by the sea was the village’s lifeline before the arrival of modern roads. From Gjógv you will have an epic view of the island Kalsoy.This is a truly unique village and that is why it attracts visitors from abroad and locals alike, who are seduced by its untouched tranquillity. Gjógv is the perfect spot for a leisurely stroll, and you will enjoy the remote village before heading to its charming guesthouse, Gjáargarður, for hot drinks and pastries.You will appreciate visiting Gjógv as you will feel the solitary lifestyle in the village and sense the untouched beauty. Imagine yourself living in this place, enjoying the valley and listening to the North Atlantic Ocean every morning. Gjógv will give you new perspectives on everyday life.Book this classic guided tour from Tórshavn to Gjógv. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Bus tour to Saksun

Jump on board a guided bus tour from Tórshavn to the iconic village of Saksun. There is a reason why Saksun shows up no matter how you Google the Faroe Islands. Saksun is surrounded by stunning mountains and beautiful waterfalls.There is a gorgeous tidal lagoon encircled by sand and the river running through the mountains. The famous natural harbour is a must see experience when you visit Faroe Islands. The small village of Saksun is nestled above the Pollurin lagoon, which goes all the way out to the North Atlantic Ocean.The old farmhouse Dúvugarður dates probably some 300 years back in time. The locals lived in the farmhouse until the 1940s by up to twenty people.Now Dúvugarðar is a museum. You will visit the old house and see how the people in the Faroe Islands lived back in the days. It gives a good idea of what life was like on an old farm.Before leaving you will also see the famous white grass-roofed church in Saksun. The spectacular atmosphere in Saksun will charm everybody who visit the village. Saksun's amphitheatrical position around the natural harbour is exceptionally beautiful.There is a feeling of mystery in Saksun, a remoteness that is difficult to define.On your way back to Tórshavn from Saksun you will drive through the long Saksunardalur valley surrounded by high mountains with a number of waterfalls. The first village after the 10 km ride through the valley is Hvalvík. In Hvalvík you will see the oldest wooden church in the Faroe Islands.When returning to Tórshavn you will be taken experience the first road that connected the capital in the Faroe Islands to the villages up north. This is a mountain road called Oyggjarvegurin. Here you will get gorgeous views of the steep mountains.Immerse yourself in the unbelievable nature in the Faroe Islands with this beautiful sightseeing tour to Saksun. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
4hours
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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Slættaratindur & Golden Circle

Enjoy the scenic view from the highest summit in the Faroe Islands combined with part of the Golden Circle tour. 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. Next, you will experience the tallest waterfall Fossá which drops in two levels 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. 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. 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.You will have a packet 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 a part of the golden circle tour. Add this day tour to Slættaratindur and Golden Circle to your cart.
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Duration:
8hours
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All year
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Visit Tjørnuvík, Viðareiði, Gjógv, and Klaksvík

See the lovely village of Tjøruvík on this day tour heading north from the capital of Tórshavn. In 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.  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.In Gjógv you will see the famous gorge that has given the name to this charming village on the island of Eysturoy. Gjógv is nestled in a beautiful valley with lush grass during the summer period and lot of windy days in the winter and early spring. This is a must-see village in the Faroe Islands.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. 
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Duration:
7hours
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The Gorge in Gjógv | Departure from Tórshavn

Explore the amazing gorge and natural harbour in the remote village Gjógv. You will have the chance to walk among the local villagers and see the gorgeous nature surrounding the untouched village Gjógv.This guided bus tour will take you from Tórshavn from where you will head North and enter the spectacular village Gjógv brimming with atmosphere and unspoiled landscape on all sides. The drive from Tórshavn to Gjógv takes one hour.The beautiful village Gjógv is nestled on the Northeast tip on Eysturoy island. You will experience the breathtaking gorge, which has given Gjógv its name. And make sure to walk down all the steps into the deep ravine. When in the gorge, you can stand under a enormous rock ceiling. During winter, storms will make surf fill the entire gorge. But on a clement summer day, you will be safe at the bottom of this great gorge. Remember to look into the sea where you will see the "Iceland Stairs". This is a stone formation which looks like a stairwell down to the bottom of the ocean. According to folk legend, the stairs stretches West and all the way to Iceland.Now, it is time for you to relax in the cosy Gjáargarður Guesthouse. Here you will get hot drinks and pastries.On your way back to Tórshavn, you will take some photo stops on the way such as Fossá Waterfall and Risin & Kellingin. Fossá Waterfall is one of the most famous waterfalls in the Faroe Islands where the water drops down in two levels. The sea-stacks Risin & Kellingin or the Giant and his Wife are among the most attractive rock formations in the North Atlantic. You will experience the sea-stacks from outside the village Eiði on Eysturoy island.Now, why wait any longer? Make sure to add this day tour to Gjógv to the cart.
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Duration:
4hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Experience a wealth of beautiful tours under the eyes of local guides and embrace yourself in Faroe Island's unspoiled nature.
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Experience a wealth of beautiful tours under the eyes of local guides and embrace yourself in Faroe Island's unspoiled nature.
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Highlights of the North | Six islands in one day

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.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 10 hour day tour to your cart.
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Duration:
10hours
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All year
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Trælanípa Hike & Highlights of Vágar Island

Experience some of Faroe Island's true wonders with this extraordinary hiking tour on Vágar Island where you will see the insta-famous Lake above the Ocean, the legendary Bøsdalafossur waterfall and the towering sea-stack Geituskorardrangur. Those who are looking for an unbelievable hiking adventure in the untouched nature need to look no further.You will be picked up in Tórshavn at your hotel or other designated pick up location. Tie your laces on your hiking shoes and jump on the coach. Now, you will head from Streymoy island to the west to Vágar island.The first half of this tour will take you to sights such as Gásadalur where you will see the waterfall Múlafossur, to the charming village Bøur where you will have a picturesque view of Tindhólmur islet and Drangarnir sea-stacks, ad to the village Sandavágur with one of the most beautiful churches in the Faroe Islands.  Now, get ready for some epic hiking. Your hike tour starts in the afternoon from lake Leitisvatn also known as lake Sorvagsvatn. The hike to these attractions is easy and beautiful with almost no elevation. You will walk along the lake towards the edge of the island where the basalt walls meet the salty ocean. Expect to hike for one hour from your starting point to Trælanípa which translates directly to the Slave's Cliff.On this tour, you will have the opportunity to witness the breathtaking view from the sheer black cliff of Trælanípa where you will have the iconic view of lake lying there above the North Atlantic ocean. You will then do a much shorter hike to the stunning waterfall Bøsdalafossur.This tour has it all. Múlafossur waterfall, a stunning lake and the famous sight from the sheered cliff. The sharp peak at the edge of the cliff is what makes Trælanípan to such an overwhelming experience.Bøsdalafossur waterfall thunders down the ocean and the sight towards the sheer cliff of Trælanípan will stay in your heart from the first time you see it. If it has not been too rainy the days before your hike, then you can cross the river and get close to Geituskorardrangur which is a majestic rock formation.Turn to the southwest when you stand on the edges of Vágar and you will see nothing but the wast Atlantic Ocean and the undulating waves. During windy days waves are enormous here. Book this must-do hiking experience now to avoid missing out. Check availability by choosing a date.
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8hours
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Golden Circle | Visit Saksun, Tjørnuvík, and Gjógv

Experience the best of nature in Saksun, Tjørnuvik, and North Eysturoy. 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. An unique atmosphere with amazing views of the surrounding mountains.This Golden Circle tour to Saksun, Tjørnuvík, and Gjógv is made all year round. These are some of the most awe-inspiring attractions in the Faroe Islands.Saksun is simply wonderful with the tidal lagoon surrounded by sand, mountains and stunning waterfalls. You will also get the chance to see the old iconic church overlooking the lagoon.After your visit in Saksun you will go to Tjørnuvík. Enjoy the lovely beach and remember to look up to see gorgeous skies hanging above the mountain sides. Your next stop is Gjógv. On the way from Tjørnuvík to Gjógv you will stop by the famous Fossá Waterfall. 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.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.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.On your way back to Tórshavn, you will stop on Eiðiskarð to take pictures of the rocky sea-stacks Risin & Kellingin and of the tallest summits in the Faroe Islands such as Slættaratindur and Vaðhorn.You can add a hike to Slættaratindur to this tour when booking. When adding the hike to the highest mountain Slættaratindur to this day, you will do the hike instead of visiting the village Gjógv. Discover the magic of Faroe Islands by adding the Golden Circle Tour to your cart. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Golden Tour to Vagar Island

Join the adventure in the unique terain on Vagar Island to some of the most famous spots in the whole of Faroe Islands. The tour culminates at one of the most breathtaking attractions of all: Múlafossur Waterfall that drops straight into the ocean.This 4 hour tour is for anyone who like to see some of the attractions on Vagar island which make Faroe Islands such a worthwhile destonation to visit. From your seat, you will feel as if you are being taken to a land and landscapes of unspoiled magic. There will be photo stops along the route from Tórshavn to Vágar Island.You will be picked up in the capital, Tórshavn, in the morning. On your journey to Vágar Island, you will be privy to beautiful sceneries. Your first stop will be Norðradalsskarð mountain pass just outside of Tórshavn. From this spot, you will have a great view of the Norðradalur valley with the iconic island Koltur out there in the horizon.   Next, you will pass the only prison in the Faroe Islands that sits on the hillside of the Kaldbaksbotnur fjord on a miraculus location. Prisoners here have a gorgeous view of the awe-inspiring fjord from the turf roofed jail.  Now, you will take the underwater-tunnel from Streymoy island to the nightbouring island Vágar. Here, you will pass three villages Sandavágur, Miðvágur and Sørvágur before entering the village Bøur. From this small settlement, you will get the perfect view of Tindhólmur islet and the sea stacks uDrangarnir with a hole in the middle.Your last stop will be the vital village Gásadalur where you will have time to enjoy the unbelievable waterfall Múlafossur. You will also have the opportunity to go for a stroll in the village nearby the waterfall and sit down in a local café for a cup of coffee or tea. From the window in the café, you will see the puffin island Mykines in the background. If you are fortunate, you will also experience puffins in Gásadalur right next to the waterfall.   Seats fill quickly on this popular tour to Vágar island. Experience some of the very best that the Faroe Islands has to offer on this quintessential tour to Vagar island. Check availability by choosing  date. 
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Duration:
4hours
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May. - Aug.
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4days
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8hours
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Norðradalsskarð, Sornfelli & Kirkjubøur | Private VIP Tour

Hit the road and experience some of the best sights only a short drive outside of the capital Tórshavn. This private tour is made in luxury cars to the popular attraction Norðradalsskarð where you will have a stunning view of the large valley, the curvy road, and the lonely island Koltur out there in the ocean.You will join a private driver in cars such as Volvo S90, BMW 730d or simular. Your driver has all the knowledge about the sights on this two hour tour. You will be picked up at your accommodation in Tórshavn and then head to your first site. Relax and enjoy the comfort in a VIP vehicle while approaching Norðradalsskarð, the old military base on Sornfelli mountain summit with breathtaking views and the historic village Kirkjubøur.  First stop is in Kirkjubøur. It feels like travel back in time when visiting Kirkjubøur which is the former centre of culture in The North Atlantic Ocean. Here you will experience the ruins of the 13th century St. Magnus Cathedral and the 12th century St. Ólav's Church. This beautiful white church is still in use. You will also step into the 900 year-old bishopric Roykstovan which is the oldest wooden house in Europe. The house is inhabited by the 17th generation of farmers. Kirkjubøur is a gem for those with a passion for turf houses as most houses here are turf roofed.While on the old mountain road from Tórshavn you will have excellent opportunities for a photo stop at Norðradalsskarð with panorama view to the island Koltur. Next, you will take the narrow road up to the former radar station at the mountain Sornfelli. When between 7-18 people, choose the extra feature in the booking process. Small private group tours are also made in luxury vehicles.Why wait any longer? Experience the best attractions in the southern end of Streymoy island in a classic luxury car. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
2hours
Available:
All year
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4 Day Summer Package | Top Nature Attractions

Experience the best of what the Faroe Islands has to offer on this 4 days package tours. With an excellent selection of day tours, this package will make your vacation a momorable 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 historic village Kirkjubøur and the scenic island Sandoy.  You will be picked up in Tórshavn at your hotel or designated rea 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. Embark on a Faroe Islands adventure today and make the most out of your time away. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4days
Available:
Apr. - Sep.
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Tour to Toftir and Norðragøta | Experience hand knitted jumpers

Dress in a warm woollen jumper perfect for the unpredictable weather in the Faroe islands. On this day tour to Eysturoy island, you will visit a woollen store with great products made out of the local sheep wool.You will be picked up in Tórshavn and then hit the road to Eysturoy island. The first stop will be made in the village Toftir. You will have a great sea view from this village. In Toftir you will drop by Navia with a variety of handcrafted woollen products with a strong North Atlantic heritage. You will have the chance to do tax-free shopping in the store.In Toftir you will see the local church. Also, you will get close to some of the only windmills in the Faroe Islands. The view from the wind turbines is great in all directions. Next, you will reach Norðragøta. This is an old settlement in the Faroe Islands with lots of history and culture. You will get to know some of the many stories about great Viking achievement and entrepreneurship which has always been a key virtue by the villagers. A large statue of Tróndur í Gøtu, a local hero from the Færeyinga Saga, stands in the village. Just beside the statue is a wooden, turf roof church. The church is part of the oldest buildings in Norðragøta where you will be treated to a tour through Faroese farm life from the mid-19th to the 20th century. In these old buildings you will see an astonishing array of traditional clothing, kitchen implements, furniture, tools, fishing equipment, and everyday artefacts.  Now, after a visit in this old part of Norðragøta, you will head back to Tórshavn. Weather permitting, you will take a different route back when approaching the capital in the Faroe islands. Get ready for a great day on Eysturoy island. Check availability by adding to cart.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
Sep. - May.
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Múlafossur Waterfall | Departure from Tórshavn

Jump aboard this coach excursion and marvel at the unspoiled beauty of Múlafossur Waterfall. You will see one of the fairest attractions in the Faroe Islands.This excellent bus tour to the remote village Gásadalur is an essential Faroe Islands experience. Let an experienced guide take you to this stunning site to admire the remarkable nature surrounding Gásadalur.The small village Gásadalur is nestled at the base of the tallest mountains in Vágar island. Experiencing the famous waterfall cascading into the salty sea is a breathtaking show. You will feel the stress drop away, when standing at the edge and watching this true Nordic heaven.Gásadalur sits some 150 metres above sea level giving you a fantastic view towards the blue horizon and the island Mykines. This stunning spot will teach you invaluable life skils: to respect nature.The remote village of Gásadalur was the last inhabited location in the Faroe Islands to be connected to the road system. The tunnel came in the 21st Century. So now you can travel with ease to this delightful spot in the Faroe Islands that will most certainly thrill your senses.You might be lucky and get a glimpse of puffins when standing in front of the waterfall. This icon of the Faroe Islands breeds by sea cliffs and on islands nesting its one egg in a hole. After exploring Múlafossur Waterfall and the village Gásadalur, you will have a light meal and Coffee/Tea at the local Gásadalsgarður Guesthouse. You will enjoy the untouched nature just outside the window.As a part of this tour, you will also stop by the turf roofed village Bøur. From this cosy village, you will have a great view of the Tindhólmur inlet with its five column. Furthermore, you will also see the sea-stacks Drangarnir. Do not let the opportunity to experience Múlafossur Waterfall pass you by. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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Viking Tour | Sandoy & Kirkjubøur

Prepare yourself for a day tour to the historic village Kirkjubøur and the island Sandoy. Your tour guide will reveal the real heart of these awe-inspiring attractions.You will be picked up by your tour guide in Tórshavn and head to the ferry port on the west side of Streymoy island. Here a ferry will take you to the island Sandoy. You will reach Sandoy after sailing for half an hour. Once there, your tour guide will take you to the hidden gem on this beautiful island. You will experience the island's rich heritage and unspoiled nature.There are several small villages on the island, you you will experience five of these villages and get the opportunity to go on a stroll and greet the locals. There will be several photo stops along the road.After the boat trip from Sandoy to the main island Streymoy, the tour guide will take you to the historic village Kirkjubøur. Here you will feel the Faroese history come to life. It is a real pleasure seeing all the turf houses in this small village. Kirkjubøur is the historic hub in the Faroe Islands.In Kirkjubøur you will have the unique chance to walk into the farm house which is the oldest wooden house in Europe dating thousand years back. The farm house is still inhabited by the 17th generation of the proud Patursson family.On this guided tour to Sandoy and Kirkjubøur, you will enjoy unspoiled nature, pristine settlements and rich history. You will hear lots of facinating stories from the Viking age while experiencing magic moments in nature.At the end of the day, you will be dropped off outside your hotel in Tórshavn. The duration of the tour is 9.5 hours. Don't wait any longer - hop on this exciting guided bus excursion to some of the Faroe Island's best natural delights. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
9.5hours
Available:
All year
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Winter Tour to Gjógv and Fossá Waterfall

Hop aboard a luxury coach for this essential Faroe Islands experience. You will visit the remote village Gjógv with the impressive natural gorge.You will also explore the famous Fossá Waterfall and the sea-stacks Risin and Kellingin or the Giant and his Wife. This tour is for those who want to immerse themselves in Faroe Islands nature and want to see some of the top attractions. The tour has a delightful combination of nature and small villages.Your trip to the most northern village on Eysturoy starts in the capital Tórshavn. From Tórshavn you will head to Gjógv. This village is set in outstanding surroundings. The mountain road from the highest point on the tour and down the valley to Gjógv is amazing. You will pass Slættaratindur the highest mountain in the Faroe Islands just before driving down the narrow road to Gjógv.When in Gjógv, you will witness the remarkable gorge on which you will find the villager's only harbour. You can take the stairs down to the gorge and walk along the edge to the spot where many travellers want to get a photo of the gorge and the village together. You will most likely see the cold North Atlantic waves splashing against the shore.This tour will also make sure that you explore the awesome Fossá Waterfall. This famous waterfall drops in two levels. You will have the chance to get really close to the waterfall and feel the water crashing at the rocky bottom of the waterfall. Soak up the power of the waterfall, have a sip of the pure clean water and get refreshed.You will also stop to get the best sight of the sea-stacks Risin and Kellingin. When you explored these three stunning attractions, you will go back to the capital Tórshavn.This as a unique winter tour that will give you some of the best nature that Faroe Islands has to offer. Add this winter day tour to your cart.

Duration:
4hours
Available:
Oct. - Mar.
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Winter Tour to Kirkjubø

Visit the cultural and historical hub in the Faroe Islands. On this day tour you will get to Kirkjubøur in a luxury coach. You will see all the major sights in the most historic village on the Faroe Islands.Before heading to Kirkjubøur, you will go for a stroll in the oldest part of Tórshavn on the flat rocks of Tinganes down at the harbour. Your tour guide will tell you local stories dating back to the Viking age. You will also see all the small turf-roofed houses in the á Reyni district, which is the oldest settlement in the capital Tórshavn.Now you will jump on the bus and your tour give will show you Kirkjubøur. You will see the top attractions in Kirkjubø such as the oldest inhabited wooden house in Europe, the St Magnus cathedral, and the St Olav's church.Before arriving to Kirkjubøur you will have a great view of the islands Hestur and Koltur across the sound.The old farmhouse Kirkjubøargarður is still inhabited which makes it the oldest inhabited house in Europe made out of wood. The farmhouse dates back to the 11th century. You will have the unique opportunity to walk inside the house and see the old living room now used by the 17th generation of the family that runs the farm in Kirkjubøur.The ruins of the Magnus cathedral is the most important historic building in the Faroe Islands. The building was probably never finished. Historians say that the cathedral would have been one of the most beautiful Gothic buildings in the Nordic region. The cathedral consists of a simple, rectangular nave. A small sacristy on the north side has traces of paving and altar foundations and was perhaps the only part of the building that was finished. A tower was also apparently planned.Only the walls of the church are standing, and from them plaster and ornament have long since disappeared, revealing the excellent craftsmanship of the builders.This is your chance to see the Faroe Islands in winter and explore the historic village Kirkjubøur and the oldest part of Tórshavn. Add the tour to your cart.

Duration:
3.5hours
Available:
Nov. - Mar.
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Saksun Winter Tour | And Two Other Villages

Come along a memorable day tour to the Faroe Island's winter scene in the beautiful villages Saksun, Kvívík, and Hvalvík. You will see all the very best highlights and amazing attractions.This tour is perfect for those who want to see the best of what the island Streymoy has to offer. From Viking ruins to spectacular nature.The tour is tailored to travellers who want to maximise their experiences on the main island Streymoy. You will see ocean waves crashing into the rocky shore from the village Kvívík and you will get a majestic view in Saksun over the tidal lagoon and the charming turf-roofed houses. You will be picked up in Tórshavn and from there head to the old Viking village Kvívík. On your journey from Tórshavn to Kvívík, you will pass the mountain road from Tórshavn. There are really good photo opportunities on the way and the bus driver will make sure to stop so that you can take some photos. I Kvívík there is a main river that cascades down through the mountain side. The excavated houses in Kvívík show that there is an ancient Viking settlement.There is a small harbour in Kvívík. During winter the harbour is often exposed to the full force of the waves. From Kvívík you will head to Hvalvík. In this less known village you will get a glimpse of one of the traditional wooden churches. There is a great view in Hvalvík towards the valley leading to Saksun. The last stop on this tour is Saksun. You will drive through the 10 km long valley before reaching the stunning sights in Saksun. Visiting Saksun is an unforgettable experience. Saksun has its own unique setting with waterfalls, steep mountains and the tidal lagoon. Book this tour to see some of the best attractions on the island Streymoy and witness the unspoiled nature. Add this tour to your cart.
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Duration:
3.5hours
Available:
Nov. - Mar.
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The Legendary Gásadalur Excursion | Winter Tour

Come along for this essential Faroe Islands experience. You will witness the amazing Múlafossur Waterfall that runs into the Atlantic Ocean and the unbelievable village Gásadalur.You will be picked up in the morning in Tórshavn by your tour guide who will take you on a majestic journey. The ride to Gásadalur is a unique experience in itself. From your seat, you will see lakes and the ever changing coastline. You will be heading west from the island Streymoy to the island Vagar. Before you reach the destination you will see several villages among them the stunning village Bøur and in the distance the sea-stacks Drangarnir and the inlet Tindhólmur. Gásadalur is nestled on the west side of the island Vágar. The scenery is taken out of a larger-than-life fairy tail. The untouched valley where you will find Gásadalur is a must-do experience while in the Faroe Islands. Enjoy the entering scene to Gásadalur as you get out of the tunnel leading to Gásadalur. You will start the scenic trip down the mountain side and to the village itself.Gásadalur is surrounded by high mountains with facinating rock formations. You will enjoy a panoramic sight over the island Mykines and the mesmerising waterfall.This tour will appeal to everyone seeking to immerse themselves in the beautiful nature in the Faroe Islands. Make sure to bring your camera as Gásadalur gives you plenty of chances to get great photos in the picturesque village.You will also have time to go on a stroll in the village that holds some great examples of turf-roofed housses. There is even a store where you can aquire local hand-made products. Hop aboard a comfort coach and discover the breathtaking Múlafossur Waterfall on this legendary tour. Secure yourself a guided tour to Gásadalur and Múlafossur Waterfall by adding this experience to the cart.

Duration:
3.5hours
Available:
Sep. - Jun.
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Bus tour to Gásadalur

Reserve your seat on a guided bus tour from Tórshavn to the two adoring villages Bø and Gásadalur on the popular Vagar island. This tour will take you to the untouched nature on the island Vagar.In the tiny village Gásadalur, you will experience the famous and must-see attraction Múlafossur Waterfall. Visiting the remote Gásadalur is one of the most stunning sights in the Faroe Island. When you stand in front of the cascading waterfall, you will understand why travellers around the world come to see Gásadalur and the beautiful Múlafossur waterfall.In Gásadalur you will be surrounded by the highest mountains on Vágar island. You will also have a panoramic view over the westernmost island Mykines with all its puffins. You might also be lucky and spot some puffins by the Múlafossur Waterfall.Gásadalur was the last settlement in the Faroe Islands to be connected to the rest of the country. Until very recently the only way to access this remote village was by hiking over the steep mountain from Bøur to Gásadalur. You will enter this spectacular village through a modern tunnel which makes it convenient and easy to visit Gásadalur and explore Múlafossur Waterfall.On your way to Gásadalur, you will stop by the picturesque village Bøur. You will have the change to go for a stroll in this village where most of the houses are grass roofed. From Bøur you will have a fantastic view of the peaky islet Tindhólmur  and the rock formation with a hole in it, Drangarnir.Now, you will head to Gásadalur. After seeing the breathtaking Múlafossur Waterfall, you will enjoy a light meal with coffee/tea and cake inside the local Gásadalsgarður Guesthouse. When returning to Tórshavn, you will have the opportunity to take some photos of the unspoiled nature in the Faroe Islands. The bus will do photo stops on the way to Tórshavn.Do not hesitate to visit Múlafossur Waterfall. Add a guided bus tour to the fantastic scenery in Gásadalur to your cart.
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Duration:
5hours
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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3 waterfalls in 1 day | Múlafossur, Fossá, and the waterfalls in Saksun

Step right up to experience some of the most spectacular waterfalls in the Faroe Islands. This enticing tour will take you to the world-renowned sites: Múlafossur Waterfall, Fossá Waterfall and waterfalls in Saksun.The waterfalls in the Fare Islands are countless. This tour will take you sightseeing and exploring the most stunningly beautiful waterfalls on two different islands in the Faroe Islands. The tour will satisfy all your senses and the memory will last a lifetime.You will visit the picturesque and best known waterfall Múlafossur only a short drive from Vagar Airport. Here you will get a scenic view of Múlafossur Waterfall and the remote village Gásadalur that sits at the edge of the cliff.Next up is the Fossá Waterfall on the island Streymoy. Fossá Waterfall has a double drop with black lava cliffs behind the foaming white water. You will hike to the first drop, which is an impressive experience. Fossá Waterfall is 140 metre in total.Your last stop on this tour is Saksun. The village has a couple of waterfalls that you will chase together with your local guide. Among the waterfalls, that you will see in Saksun is the stunning Breiðá Waterfall running from the mountain Kopsenni.Rain is quite common on the Faroe Islands as it rains more than 250 days a year. This is actually good news as the waterfalls on this tour only get more impressive when it rains, especially Fossá Waterfall and the waterfalls in Saksun.The waterfalls on this tour are breathtaking so make sure to bring a good camera as there are great photo opportunities at all three waterfalls. All waterfalls on this tour are accessible in winter as well as in summer.Join this exciting guided tour to the best waterfalls in the Faroe Islands. Add the tour to your cart.
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Duration:
4hours
Available:
All year
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Bus tour to Gjógv | Departure from Tórshavn

Hop on board this classic bus trip from Tórshavn to the beautiful village of Gjógv with hot drinks and pastries at Guesthouse Gjáargarður. Gjógv is one of the most beautiful villages in the Faroe Islands.The village Gjógv is the most northern village on the island Eysturoy, the second largest island in the Faroe Islands. Your tour to Gjógv starts from Tórshavn.On your way East you will go for a walk on the bridge connecting the islands Streymoy and Eysturoy, pass the highest summit Slættaratindur (880 metres) and Gráfelli (857 metres), the tallest mountains in the archipelago, located between the villages of Eiði and Gjógv.  A small road will lead you to Gjógv. You will be treated to gorgeous views when sliding down the valley. The coastal village is famous for its picturesque scenery dotted with colourful houses built around its sea-filled gorge that has given the village its name.The gorge runs from the village into the ocean where you will also find a harbour. The landscape around the village is incredible and varied.Gjógv means gorge in Faroese. It is a fitting name; the harbour carved by the sea was the village’s lifeline before the arrival of modern roads. From Gjógv you will have an epic view of the island Kalsoy.This is a truly unique village and that is why it attracts visitors from abroad and locals alike, who are seduced by its untouched tranquillity. Gjógv is the perfect spot for a leisurely stroll, and you will enjoy the remote village before heading to its charming guesthouse, Gjáargarður, for hot drinks and pastries.You will appreciate visiting Gjógv as you will feel the solitary lifestyle in the village and sense the untouched beauty. Imagine yourself living in this place, enjoying the valley and listening to the North Atlantic Ocean every morning. Gjógv will give you new perspectives on everyday life.Book this classic guided tour from Tórshavn to Gjógv. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Bus tour to Saksun

Jump on board a guided bus tour from Tórshavn to the iconic village of Saksun. There is a reason why Saksun shows up no matter how you Google the Faroe Islands. Saksun is surrounded by stunning mountains and beautiful waterfalls.There is a gorgeous tidal lagoon encircled by sand and the river running through the mountains. The famous natural harbour is a must see experience when you visit Faroe Islands. The small village of Saksun is nestled above the Pollurin lagoon, which goes all the way out to the North Atlantic Ocean.The old farmhouse Dúvugarður dates probably some 300 years back in time. The locals lived in the farmhouse until the 1940s by up to twenty people.Now Dúvugarðar is a museum. You will visit the old house and see how the people in the Faroe Islands lived back in the days. It gives a good idea of what life was like on an old farm.Before leaving you will also see the famous white grass-roofed church in Saksun. The spectacular atmosphere in Saksun will charm everybody who visit the village. Saksun's amphitheatrical position around the natural harbour is exceptionally beautiful.There is a feeling of mystery in Saksun, a remoteness that is difficult to define.On your way back to Tórshavn from Saksun you will drive through the long Saksunardalur valley surrounded by high mountains with a number of waterfalls. The first village after the 10 km ride through the valley is Hvalvík. In Hvalvík you will see the oldest wooden church in the Faroe Islands.When returning to Tórshavn you will be taken experience the first road that connected the capital in the Faroe Islands to the villages up north. This is a mountain road called Oyggjarvegurin. Here you will get gorgeous views of the steep mountains.Immerse yourself in the unbelievable nature in the Faroe Islands with this beautiful sightseeing tour to Saksun. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
4hours
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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Duration:
4hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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Slættaratindur & Golden Circle

Enjoy the scenic view from the highest summit in the Faroe Islands combined with part of the Golden Circle tour. 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. Next, you will experience the tallest waterfall Fossá which drops in two levels 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. 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. 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.You will have a packet 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 a part of the golden circle tour. Add this day tour to Slættaratindur and Golden Circle to your cart.
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Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Visit Tjørnuvík, Viðareiði, Gjógv, and Klaksvík

See the lovely village of Tjøruvík on this day tour heading north from the capital of Tórshavn. In 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.  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.In Gjógv you will see the famous gorge that has given the name to this charming village on the island of Eysturoy. Gjógv is nestled in a beautiful valley with lush grass during the summer period and lot of windy days in the winter and early spring. This is a must-see village in the Faroe Islands.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. 
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Duration:
7hours
Available:
All year
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The Gorge in Gjógv | Departure from Tórshavn

Explore the amazing gorge and natural harbour in the remote village Gjógv. You will have the chance to walk among the local villagers and see the gorgeous nature surrounding the untouched village Gjógv.This guided bus tour will take you from Tórshavn from where you will head North and enter the spectacular village Gjógv brimming with atmosphere and unspoiled landscape on all sides. The drive from Tórshavn to Gjógv takes one hour.The beautiful village Gjógv is nestled on the Northeast tip on Eysturoy island. You will experience the breathtaking gorge, which has given Gjógv its name. And make sure to walk down all the steps into the deep ravine. When in the gorge, you can stand under a enormous rock ceiling. During winter, storms will make surf fill the entire gorge. But on a clement summer day, you will be safe at the bottom of this great gorge. Remember to look into the sea where you will see the "Iceland Stairs". This is a stone formation which looks like a stairwell down to the bottom of the ocean. According to folk legend, the stairs stretches West and all the way to Iceland.Now, it is time for you to relax in the cosy Gjáargarður Guesthouse. Here you will get hot drinks and pastries.On your way back to Tórshavn, you will take some photo stops on the way such as Fossá Waterfall and Risin & Kellingin. Fossá Waterfall is one of the most famous waterfalls in the Faroe Islands where the water drops down in two levels. The sea-stacks Risin & Kellingin or the Giant and his Wife are among the most attractive rock formations in the North Atlantic. You will experience the sea-stacks from outside the village Eiði on Eysturoy island.Now, why wait any longer? Make sure to add this day tour to Gjógv to the cart.
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Duration:
4hours
Available:
Apr. - Oct.
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