2019 Excursions

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Experience the Destinations

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Experience the hidden gems of the Faroe Islands

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All buyers and suppliers get the chance to break free from appointment mode on Tuesday 24th September and discover various hidden gems around the Faroe Islands that afternoon. These adventures are free experiences offered by Faroese tourism providers to give you a thorough understanding of the versatility that the Faroe Islands have to offer as a destination.
There are over 15 tours available for you to choose from and to explore on a September afternoon. Go on a sailing trip to an unexplored area, on a fieldtrip to explore food, history, art and traditions. Visit some remote places or go on a food pubcrawl. It is up to you to choose the one adventure that suits you best.
Below you will find a list of all available adventures to choose from, including a short description, the local operators who are providing the experience, difficult level and other relevant information. Exact transportation details will be provided later.
Please request the one adventure you would like to participate in, and you will receive a confirmation.
We are looking forward to showing you the Faroe Islands.

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Tour 01 Eysturoy

Visit the locals on the southermost tip of Eysturoy

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Date: September 24th

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Max persons:  20

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Time: Departure at 1300
Return: Back at hotels approximately at 18.00

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Prepare for the tour: We recommend that you bring warm clothing

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Visit the locals on the southermost tip of Eysturoy

By boat between Tórshavn and Æðuvík. Visit the unspoiled area, the local farmers at Hanusarstova and Torkilsheyggsgarður a modern-day sheep farm.

Experience the Faroes from the shoreline on a boat trip between Tórshavn and Æðuvík while hearing local tales. In Æðuvík you will visit the local farmers at Hanusarstova and experience the Faroe Islands from the locals’ perspective. In Æðuvík you will also meet the team Sherpa, which offer rock climbing and rappelling activities with spectacular scenery in the beautiful and historic area of Tinghellan.

The tour continues by bus to the nearby tranquil, heather-covered moorland, where lake Toftavatn is located. The area around the lake is known for its scenic beauty and rich birdlife. Like other trails in the area, the footpath around the lake is listed as a “buttercup route” – a stretch of outstanding natural beauty.

Afterwards the bus will take you to Nes where you will visit Navia. Inspired by centuries of Faroese knitting tradition, Navia makes its knitwear and yarn from Faroese wool collected from local sheep farmers. Last stop is Torkilsheyggsgarður where you will learn about a modern-day sheep farm. You will also get a chance to try homemade rhubarb cordial and taste the unique Faroese delicacies skerpikjøt and ræst kjøt.

The bus will take you back to Æðuvík where the boat is ready to transport you back to Tórshavn.

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Tour 02 Eysturoy

Rugged mountains and hidden gems

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Date: September 24

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Max persons: 45

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Time: Departure at 13.00
Return: Back at hotels approximately at 18.00

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Rugged mountains and hidden gems.

A bus ride from Tórshavn to the northern part of Eysturoy. The landscape in the north is characterised by its high mountains including Slættaratindur. Experience the rugged coastline and mountainous scenery on a bus ride in which we will visit the idyllic villages of Gjógv, Funningur and Elduvík.

From Tórshavn the bus will take the scenic mountain road Oyggjarvegur, above Tórshavn before heading towards the island Eysturoy. The first stop in Eysturoy is at Eiðisskarð where you will see and hear the story about the sea-stacks Risin and Kellingin. After a 10 minutes’ drive with spectacular mountain roads, we arrive in Gjógv, which means gorge in Faroese. You will understand why the village got its name when you see the beautiful sea-filled gorge that is one of the most iconic attractions in the Faroes.

In Gjógv we will visit the local guesthouse Gjáargarður and get a guided tour through the village and into the gorge.
A short distance from Gjógv is the village Funningur. It is said that the first Vikings in the Faroe Islands settled here. You will have the chance to take a picture of the winding road leading to the valley where Funningur is located. One of the greatest hiking destinations in the Faroes is Hvíthamar just above the small village of Funningur, where you will get an epic photo overlooking one of many fjords in the Faroe Islands. This scenic ancient village is surrounded by tall mountains at the foot of Slættaratindur, which at 880 metres is the highest mountain in the Faroes. The colourful houses are densely packed along river Stórá. In Funningur will visit the 200-year-old house Ólvustova before heading to the church, which is an architectural masterpiece from 1847 full of artistic gems inside and outside.

Next up is the village of Elduvík. With less than 12 inhabitants, Elduvík has an abundance of charm and appeal. The village is a hidden gem and is idyllically located with a beautiful view towards the island Kalsoy and the surrounding islands. The village lies by the shore at the end of a long, lush valley surrounded by stunning mountains. Elduvík is one of the older villages in the Faroes. After a short guided stroll, where you will get the chance to hear some stories and legends from the area, the bus will take you safely back to Tórshavn.

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Tour 03 Fuglafjørður

Small town gems

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Date: September 24

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Max persons: 20

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Time: Departure at 13.00
Return: Back at hotels approximately at 18.00

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Small town gems

Snack-about in Fuglafjørður – a stroll through town experiencing homes, art, music, food and knitting

The creative and cosy town of Fuglafjørður with around 1500 inhabitants is home to the Warm Spring Town Fair, the Knitting Festival, the Accordion Festival and the vibrant Culture Days. These festivals utilise private homes, town streets and squares and quirky venues to offer as many experiences as possible. Fuglafjørður is also home to many musicians and artists, as well as to both an active arts u0026amp; crafts shop with a gallery and a versatile Culture House.

This tour is a walk through the beautiful town with visits like pearls on a string from the uppermost street down to the Culture House which lies between the charming marina and the inviting beach. You will be invited into private homes and different venues for different kinds of experiences and tasting samples of various kinds.

On this trip you will hear about the different festivals and visit some of the organizers, but you will also get a home concert with the musical á Lakjuni family to hear a selection of Faroese tunes. We will also visit the modern church where the organist will play the amazing organ, and you will see art from some of our best artists. The chef of local Restaurant Muntra will prepare fresh salmon sushi at the gallery and you will experience small cozy musical events at the Culture House and the Unika beach café.

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Tour 04 Norðoyggjar

Boat trip with Dragin

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Date: September 24

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Max persons: 25

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Time: Departure at 13.00
Return: Back at hotels approximately at 18.00

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Boat trip with Drangin

The trip takes you to the magnificent bird cliffs in the northern part of the Faroe Islands. On-board you can enjoy the sound of the ocean and singing birds while the salty water tickles your nose.
Dragin sails from Klaksvík to the iconic lighthouse on Kalsoy and also sails by the famous statue of the Seal Woman in Mikaldalur.
An unforgettable journey onboard this historical vessel, suitable for all age groups.

Prepare for the tour:
We recommend that you bring warm clothing.

There will be served food and refreshments onboard.

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Tour 05 Norðoyggjar

Photo safari

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Date: September 24

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Max persons: 25

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Time: Departure at 13.00
Return: Back at hotels approximately at 18.00

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Photo safari

Experience the Northern Islands with a photographer who will take you on a Photo Safari on the Northern Islands.

The Faroe Islands are an immensely popular destination for landscape photographers. The Northern Islands, with their steep mountains, deep valleys and majestic scenery, are perfect for photo tours. When visiting the Northern Islands, you should prepare for an adventure where history and culture merge with nature.

The tour includes some popular view-points as of both nature and landscape as well as culture.

Prepare for the tour: We recommend that you bring warm clothing.

Food and refreshments will be served.

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Tour 06 Norðoyggjar

Beer tasting in local brewery “Føroya Bjór”

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Date: September 24

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Max persons: 20

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Time: Departure at 13.00
Return: Back at hotels approximately at 18.00

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Beer tasting in local brewery “Føroya Bjór”

Føroya Bjór is a Faroese brewing company based in the centre of Klaksvík. Apart from beers the company also produces soft drinks. It was established in 1888 in Klaksvík and is among the oldest companies in the Faroe Islands.

In 2017 Føroya Bjór expanded their product-line with whisky, and Føroya Bjór is now the first distillery on the Faroe Islands. Their whisky will be ready to crack open in 2020.

The brewery has been greatly acclaimed for the genuine quality and taste of the beer – the result of generations of Faroese brewing traditions.
The tour gives you rare insights into the development and history of the company and will finish off with a special beer tasting.

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Tour 07 Vágar

Sail on freshwater lake Sørvágsvatn/Leitisvatn with Lakeside Sightseeing

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Date: September 24

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Max persons: 15

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Time: Departure at 13.00
Return: Back at hotels approximately at 18.00

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Sail on freshwater lake Sørvágsvatn/Leitisvatn with Lakeside Sightseeing.

The trip with the boat Lakeside on the Sørvágsvatn/Leitisvatn lake, is the only one of its kind in the Faroes. Here you will sit in comfort as in a conservatory with a fantastic view and glide across the large expanse of water.

The tour starts from a jetty in the village of Vatnsoyrar, which was called ‘Lakeside’ by the English soldiers who were stationed here during the Second World War, over to the lake’s south side where you disembark and walk to the waterfall Bøsdalafossur.
This is a three in one experience as you firstly, experience the beautiful nature of the Faroe Islands both on the lake and on shore, secondly, storytelling about local history and legend from the local guide and thirdly coffee/tea and homemade cake is included in the experience.

The boat itself is mainly made from recycle material among other things a caravan a conservatory and seats from a local airline company. There are 15 seats on the boat.

The duration of the boat tour is about three hours and includes tea/coffee and cake.

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Tour 08 Vágar

Boat tour to Drangarnir

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Date: September 24

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Max persons: 12

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Time: Departure at 13.00
Return: Back at hotels approximately at 18.00

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Boat tour to Drangarnir

On this boat tour you can experience two of the most unique sights in the Faroe Islands in one tour: The sea stacks Drangarnir and the Waterfall Múlafossur in Gásadalur.

Drangarnir are two sea stacks between Vágar and the islet Tindhólmur. The distinct names of Drangarnir are Stóri Drangur and Lítli Drangur which can be translated into Large- and Small sea stack.

Múlafossur is one of the biggest tourist attraction on the Faroe Island, and to good reason, the view in Gásadalur and Múlafossur is spectacular: the waterfall that just falls off the island. A breath-taking panorama both towards the village and the close-by Mykines island.

On this tour you can experience these two beautiful sights from the sea.

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Tour 09 Vágar

Food, history and traditions

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Date: September 24

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Max persons: 50

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Time: Departure at 13.00
Return: Back at hotels approximately at 18.00

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Food, history and traditions

Take a bus tour to Vágar islands, on a tour exploring food, history, architecture and traditions.

We will visit the new café Fiskastykkið situated at the fish drying area Úti á Gjógv where it used to be a vibrant working environment in the village of Sandavágur during the period between 1912 to 1972. Here people in all ages had different roles in the high-quality processing of Faroese cod. Now it has become a historical café with the name Fiskastykkið serving light and refreshing meals based on local ingredients – primarily fish, in addition you can enjoy a great cup of coffee and cake.

During the second world war as many as 8000 british soldiers were stationed on Vágar, and with them they brought a culture that was previously unknown to the islanders. This makes their influence a very important part of the history of the island. We will visit the War Museum located in an old bunker from the war time where strategic decisions were made for the north atlantic – in the air and ocean.

The View is situated by the village of Bøur. Bøur is an old Faroese village with 65 inhabitants. The village is characterized by the close built houses with the charming grass roof, the mountains behind and the unique view in front – which also gives these cottages their name.

The cottages are built with inspiration from the old traditional Faroese houses. Stone foundation, white window bars and of course grass on the roof.

The Pakkhúsið wearhouse was built in 1861. The cellar was used for working locally caught fish and storing it. In the old days there was a lot of activity down by the pier. On the first floor, was a shop and a post office.

Early in the millennium the present owner started renovating and refurbishing the building. Today it seats about 40 guests and together with the attic, it is well suited for small and medium sized events. Outside the house the majestic scenery embraces you where ever you turn. The veranda on the sea-side is the perfect place to absorb the fresh air and the exclusive beauty of the Faroes.

Last stop on the bus tour will be in Gásadalur to see the Múlafossur waterfall and to visit the café. The Gásadalur café is part of a local farm, and the space serves two purposes. During summer it is open as a café, serving local produce from the farm. In the fall/winter the space is turned into a slaughter house. On our visit we will see how these two different use of the space can work together, watch the slaughter house being in use and have a taste from the slaughter.

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Tour 10 Vágar

Experience Vágar from above

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Date: September 24

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Max persons: 24

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Time: Departure at 13.00
Return: Back at hotels approximately at 18.00

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Experience Vágar from above

Would you like to experience the island of Vágar from above? Of course you would! Atlantic Airways’ helicopters operates weekly round trips to some of the must see spots in Vágar such as the lake Fjallavatn, Víkar, Mykines, Trælanípa and the famous waterfall Bøssdalafossur.
You will have the unique opportunity to see the magnificent and dramatic landscape of Vágar from the air – something only experienced on your flight to/from the Faroe Islands.

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Tour 11 Sandoy

Sandoy highlights
Foodies and a sprinkle of culture

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Date: September 24

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Max persons: 43

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Time: Departure at 12.30 – very important to be on time to make it to the ferry on time
Return: Back at hotels approximately at 18.00

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Sandoy highlights – foodies u0026amp; a sprinkle of culture

We drop by some of the most interesting places in Sandoy for food and culture. First we visit the Econmusee Føroya Grótvirki, local Sandur café Kafe Breiðateig, the Village Museum in Sandur (a house from 1812), the Art Gallery in Sandur with Faroese Art only by e.g. Mikines u0026amp; Kamban, get drinks at Hotel Skálavík while we hear about the Cultural Evenings in Dalur, and visit the new Caféin á Mølini Í Skálavík that opened last year in a house that played a key-role in Sandoy for many years and now has come back to life and once again proves it self to be the life of the village.

What to bring with you? Clothes that are suitable for the weather on the day e.g. sweater, rain-jacket etc. We will be indoors most of the time, but will walk from the bus to different venues.

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Tour 12 Sandoy

The exclusive Sandur tour – kayaking in Sandoy

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Date: September 24

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Max persons: 6

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Time: Departure at 12.30 – very important to be on time to make it to the ferry on time
Return: Back at hotels approximately at 18.00

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The exclusive Sandur tour – kayaking in Sandoy

Do you enjoy water as much as we do?
Join us for an afternoon with kayaking on the third biggest lake in the Faroes, get warm in a private hottub where you’ll get something Faroese to drink u0026amp; eat. We start the day with the rest of the Sandoy group by visiting Econmusee Føroya Grótvirki in Skopun, and head on to Sandur where you will get to try our new kayaks and our brand new offer from Poul u0026amp; Sóleyð who have recently started a Bu0026amp;B, and also offer heimablídni (dining with a local), guided hikes and ‘Say hello to muuh’.

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Tour 13 Tórshavn

History and food in Tórshavn´s Old Town

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Date: September 24

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Max persons: 20

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Time: Departure at 13.00
Return: Back at hotels approximately at 17.00

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History and food in Tórshavn’s Old Town

Historic Tinganes and Reyn is the oldest part of Tórshavn and still today houses the Prime Minister’s office and administrative offices. This district has always been the political and commercial centre of the Faroe Island and is full of tales of murky commercial dealings and political struggles.Today, you may even bump into the Faroese Prime Minister.

This old part of town also houses a variety of small cosy restaurants and bars. We will visit a few and you will have the opportunity to taste some of the specialities served in these authentic historical buildings.

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Tour 14 Tórshavn

Hike to the historical Kirkjubø

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Date: September 24

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Max persons: 20

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Time: Departure at 13.00
Location: Venue
Return: 17.00 to hotels

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Hike to the historical Kirkjubø

A nice trip along the old mountain path to the picaresque village of Kirkjubøur. Kirkjubøur is unique among the Faroe Islands and in no other place do we find such magnificient ancient monuments. We will see Kirkjubømúrin, the ruins of the old cathedral, which is believed to have been built around 1300.
You will also pay a visit to the church in Kirkjubøur – the oldest church in the Faroe Islands still in use – built in the 1200s.
Stokkastovurnar and Roykstovan have since the reformation been the living quarters of the farmers family and the trip will be rounded off with coffe and thrilling stories in the farmers living room.

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Tour 15 Tórshavn

Art walk in Tórshavn

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Date: September 24

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Max persons: 20

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Time: Departure at 13.00
Location: Venue
Return: Ends in city centre at 16.30

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Art walk in Tórshavn

Discover some of the cultural offerings in Tórshavn. Among other things, you will visit the home of the famous faroese writer William Heinesen. Tórshavn is always the centre of Heinesen’s writing and he is famous for having once called Tórshavn “The Navel of the World”.
The National Art Gallery is deserving your attention. Dedicated to continually changing displays of work by local artists and sculptors, you’ll soon pick out the recurrent themes central to much of Faroese art: wild landscapes, turf-roofed village houses, and the many and unpredictable moods of the North Atlantic.
Along the route you will also pay a visit to different statues and artwork in the city.

Please note tour ends in city centre. Transfer back to hotel is not included

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Post-event excursions

If you have a couple of days after the event and want to explore some of the Faroe Islands, you might be interested in one of these excursions

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Vestmanna Bird cliffs u0026amp; Panorama View

A bus ride along the mountain road to Vestmanna from where we sail to the famous Bird cliffs and caves. Weather permitting, sail throug narrow straits into deep caves, shaped by the surf for millions of years and close to the over 600 metre-high vertical cliffs where thousands of seabirds breed. After the boat tour we stop at the ancient Viking settlements in Kvívík before returning to Tórshavn.

Day/date: Thursday 26 September 2019
Pick up: 12:30
Drop off: 17:30

Price: DKK 795,- per person

Included in the price: bus, guide and boat tour

Booking: send an email to tora@tora.fo

The Northern part of Eysturoy

Day trip by bus and guide past the old Whaling station við Áir to the beautiful village of Saksun. The tour continues towards the village of Funningur with old Viking settlements, the scenic village of Gjógv and towards the village of Eiði, where, among other things. See the well-known stone formations “Risin and Kellingin”.

Day/date: Friday 27 September 2019
Pick up: 09:00
Drop off: 15:00

Price: DKK 895,- per person

Included in the price: bus, guide and lunch

Booking: send an email to tora@tora.fo

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Vestmanna Bird Cliffs

Enjoy the Vestmanna Sea Cliffs and Northern Streymoy on this 7 hour day tour. We will make visits to Vestmanna, Kvívík and a few other villages. Food u0026amp; Beverages served throughout.

What to expect: Enjoy the convenient hotel pickup from your centrally located Hotel or designated pick up in Tórshavn. After the pickup, enjoy the relaxing drive up the old mountain road leading out of Tórshavn. The first photo stop is at a place called “Norðadalsskarð” were you will see the beautiful island Koltur, which is located perfectly in the middle of a big valley. The tour guide will tell you some stories about the past and present of that island. After the first photo stop we will head towards Vestmanna, making a photo stop en route at the only prison in the Faroe islands, which probably has a better view than any prison in the world. In Vestmanna, we will board a boat and sail towards the Vestmanna sea cliffs. the boat trip is approximately 2 hours. When you return to Vestmanna, you will be greeted with a packed lunch and beverages. The journey continues in the bus towards Kvívík, were some of the best kept viking settlements are located. you get to wander around Kvívík for a while and feel the quiet atmosphere that surrounds the village. We will be heading back to Tórshavn on a different route, in order for you to see as much as possible on your journey. On the way to Tórshavn, you will be able to see the villages Kollafjørður and Leynar, the bus driver will make some photo stops on the way, while the guide is telling stories. Arriving back in Tórshavn, you will be dropped off at your hotel or designated drop-off location.

Day/date: Thursday 26 September 2019
Pick up: 08:30
Drop off: 15:30

Price: DKK 895,- per person

Included in the price: Guide, fees, Travel, Tickets, Food u0026amp; Beverages

Booking: send an email to mmtours@mmtours.fo

Photography Tour – Vágar Island

Guided tour all around the Island of Vágoy in a comfortable, air conditioned mini coach. On the tour you will see sights such as Leitisvatn, Níkurin, Bøur, Tindhólmur, Drangarnir, Koltur and the most popular waterfall of them all, Múlafossur

What to expect: A five hour guided tour that begins and ends right at your hotel in Tórshavn. After leaving Tórshavn the journey takes us by the old mountain road towards Vágar island. We will be making two photo stops on our way there, where you will see the island of Koltur and the only prison in the Faroe Islands. We will drive through the islands’ first subsea tunnel, which was finished in 2002, leading to the island of Vágoy. We drive across the whole island to the village of Gásadalur, where the famous waterfall, Múlafossur is located. We will leave the bus and walk around the village, where there will be several photo opportunities. We will visit the villages of Gásadalur, Bøur and Sandavágur, making several photo stops on the way, including the islet Tindhólmur and Drangarnir. When we have visited all the villages we will head back to Tórshavn along a different route, ensuring that you will see as much as possible. You will be dropped off right at your hotel in Tórshavn.

Day/date: Friday 27 September 2019
Pick up: 09:00
Drop off: 14:30

Price: DKK 995,- per person

Included in price: Guide, fees, Travel, Tickets, Food u0026amp; Beverages

Booking: send an email to mmtours@mmtours.fo

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