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Tórshavn City Tour and Kirkjubøur with guide


Monday 10.00 - 13.00 Adult EUR 67 | DKK 495,- Child (2-12 years) EUR 38 | DKK 250,-

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Tórshavn City Tour and Kirkjubøur with guide

Tórshavn City Tour with guide

Tórshavn is the world's smallest capital, beautifully situated at the foot of the surrounding mountains with a panoramic view of the island of Nólsoy. The town was founded in 825 AD and named after the Nordic god Thor.

When you enter the old part of town, Reyn and Tinganes, you will find your­self in a con­fusion of lanes and narrow passages, steps and rocks and tiny black-tarred houses with white windows and green turfed roofs. You may think that you have lost your way onto the set of an historical film or into a museum, but what you see is in fact a genuine town dating from the Middle Ages and still alive with hens and children and all the buzz of ordinary life.

Adult EUR 67 | DKK 495,-

Child (2-12 years) EUR 38 | DKK 250,-

  • The tour starts with pick up at hotels and at the Bus Terminal in Tórshavn, Streymoy
  • Monday 10.00 - 13.00
  • Incl. guide and coach 
  • Period: 29/5 to 1/9
  • Tour must be prebooked
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Geology tour on Suðuroy


Monday 12.00 - 16.00 Price for 2 persons EUR 268 | DKK 1.980,- Price for 1 person - EUR 247 | DKK 1.825,-

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Geology tour on Suðuroy

Geology tour on Suðuroy

On Suðuroy the Faroese geology history is visible all over the island. Together with the local guide, you go on an exciting geology trip where you get close to the amazing geological phenomena, such as basalt columns and tufa.

In addition, you get to visit the old coalmines that are still in operation.

The excursion can be made as a day trip from Tórshavn.

Price for 2 persons EUR 268 | DKK 1.980,-  

Price for 1 person EUR 247 | DKK 1.825,- 

  • Tour starts at agreed location in the village of Tvøroyri on the island of Suðuroy.
  • Monday 12.00 - 16.00.
  • Tours are arranged from April 15th to October 1st.
  • Can be made as a day trip from Tórshavn.
  • Tour must be pre-booked.
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Historical Kirkjubøur and Tórshavn


Monday 08.00 - 12.00 Price per person EUR 54 | DKK 398,-

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Historical Kirkjubøur and Tórshavn

historical Kirkjubøur and Tórshavn

The little village is located on the south west coast of Streymoy and offers a stunning view of the islands Hestur and Koltur.

In the Middle Ages it was the Faroese Episcopal See, which made it the country’s spiritual and cultural hub.

On this unique excursion we will drive through Tórshavn, quite possibly the world’s smallest capital, and then up across beautiful mountains, past the village Velbastaður clinging to the steep slopes.

The bus trip will be both scenic and informative. We will visit the enigmatic Magnus Cathedral, built around the year 1300 by Bishop Erlendur, the St. Olaf’s Church and the Kirkjuböargarður estate farmhouse (Roykstovan), a stave house dating back to the turn of the first millennium, said to be the world’s oldest inhabited wooden house.

To round off the visit, there will be hot drinks and pastriesin the atmospheric Roykstovan.

Price per person EUR 54 | DKK 398,-

  • Pick up: Tórshavn Bus terminal at 08:00
  • Inclusive: Bus, guide, entre, coffee and cake
  • Monday from 08.00 - 12.00
  • Tour avaliable from 9/4 to 22/10
  • Tour must be pre-booked
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Meet the locals


Monday on request | Dinner: Price for 1 or 2 persons EUR 161 - DKK 1.190,- | Lunch 1 or 2 persons EUR 94 - DKK 690,- | Coffee and cake: Price for 1 or 2 persons EUR 68 - DKK 500,-

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Meet the locals

Meet the locals 

Visit a Faroese home and enjoy the Faroese hospitality, the atmosphere and the homely cosiness.

Dinner: Price for 1 or 2 persons EUR 161 |  DKK 1.190,-  

Lunch: Price for 1 or 2 persons EUR 94 |  DKK 690,-  

Coffee and cake: Price for 1 or 2 persons EUR 68 | DKK 500,-

  • Monday on request.
  • Visit must be pre-booked.
  • Dinner: Children (2-12 years) EUR 41 | DKK 298,-
  • Soda and cake: Children (2-12 years) EUR 17 | DKK 125,-
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Seal Woman and Kallin Lighthouse, Kalsoy


Monday 10.00 to 17.00 Price for 2 or 1 person EUR 163 | DKK 1.200,-

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Seal Woman and Kallin Lighthouse, Kalsoy

Seal Woman and Kallin lighthouse, Kalsoy

Bring your rental car with the local ferry from Klaksvík to the island of Kalsoy, popularly called the Recorder, which comes because of the 12-kilometer long road that winds through four tunnels and connects the islands four villages.

Drive to the village of Trøllanes to meet the local farmer at agreed location. The farmer will walk with you to the lighthouse. After approximately an hour's walk you will get to the lighthouse and be rewarded by an unforgettable panoramic view.  

Make a stop at the village of Mikladalur, which is known, for its artists and sagas. By the ocean, you can see the beautiful sculpture of the Seal Woman, and this is definitely worth a visit. Remember to bring a bite to eat and something to drink.  

Price for 2 or 1 person EUR 163 | DKK 1.200,- 

  • Take the local ferry from the town of Klaksvík, Borðoy
  • Ferry departes from Klaksvík at 10.00. Return at 16.40 or later.
  • Tours are arranged from April to September upon request. 
  • Included: Guide to the lighthouse from Trøllanes - 2 to 3 hours walk. 
  • Not included: Ferry crossing. Price for 2 persons with car about - EUR 28 | DKK 200,-. Can be booked when booking the excursion.  
  • Min. 1 and max. 10 persons.
  • We recommend to bring a packed lunch and a bottle of water. 
  • Important to wear good hiking shoes and be properly dressed for the walk to the lighthouse - remember the weather is changeable.
  • The walk is in uneven terrain.
  • Tour must be pre-booked. 
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Golden Circle (Saksun, Tjørnuvík, Gjógv)


Monday 09.00 - 16.00 Adult EUR 134 | DKK 995,-

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Golden Circle (Saksun, Tjørnuvík, Gjógv)

Golden Circle (Saksun, Tjørnuvík, Gjógv)

Splendidly set in a natural circular amphitheatre high above a tidal lagoon, Saksun is a wonderfully remote hillside village and is one of the most worthwhile destinations in the country. Known for its tranquil atmosphere, the tiny village of 15 inhabitants offers amazing views of the surrounding mountains. In the fjord, at the foot of the village, is a lagoon. At low tide, it is possible to walk along the sandy shore of the lagoon around the headland. The village includes a church, built in 1858.

After Saksun, we drive to Gjógv through Funningur. Tradition says that the first viking who settled on the Faroe Islands settled in Funningur. His name was Grímur Kamban, a Norwegian Viking escaping the tyranny of the Norse king Haraldur Hárfagri. Funninger Church, in the village of Funningur, is one of the 10 old wooden churches in the Faroe Islands. It was inaugurated on 30 November 1847 and is for that reason the newest of the old traditional wooden churches. The old cemetery also still resides inside the walls of this church. After 15 minutes with gorgeous mountain roads, Gjógv is in sight down the next valley. Gjógv is the most northern village on the island of Eysturoy, named after a 200-metre long sea-filled gorge that runs from the village into the ocean. Nominated by the Nordic Council for the Nature & Environmental Award in 2014, this beautiful quiet and well-preserved village is idyllically located, closed in by mountains to all sides.

With less than 50 inhabitants, all living in old timber-walled and turf-roofed cottages, Gjógv has an abundance of charm and appeal. Add to this some great hiking and walking trails that offer spectacular views of the North Atlantic and the surrounding islands and you don’t want to miss out on this special location.
The village includes a charming teashop, a guesthouse (Gjáargarður) a church and a campsite. Gjógv is located approximately a one-hour drive from Tórshavn. Lunch platter and Pancakes with warm beverages will be served in Gjáargarður, before a picture walk through the village, and into the gorge.

On the way back to Tórshavn, we stop on Eiðiskarð. To take pictures of the stone formations Risin & Kellingin, and of the tallest mountains in the Faroes such as Slættaratindur and Vaðhorn.
Saga says Once upon a time, an Icelandic chief witch sent a giant and his wife, a witch, to the Faroe Islands to steal the islands and bring them back to Iceland. Off they went in the dusk and arrived in the north-westernmost part of the Faroe Islands. They decided to tie a rope around a mountain called Eiðiskollur, and pull the Faroe Islands towards Iceland. They struggled and worked hard to get the rope in place. Their first attempt was unsuccessful because part of the mountain split. However, they were determined and worked all night to make it work. Like all creatures of the night, the giant and the witch knew they had to hide before the sun came up, for fear of being turned into stone. This particular night, they were so pre-occupied with their task that they failed to notice the first beams of sunlight appearing on the dark horizon. Inevitably, they were turned into stone. Ever since, the giant and the witch have stood, staring westward, longing for their home country.

 

Adult EUR 134 | DKK 995,-

  • Pick-up Points in Tórshavn, Streymoy
    Hotel Tórshavn 08.40
    Hotel Hafnia 08.45
    Farstøðin - Terminal 08.50
    Hotel Streym / Hotel Havgrím 08.55
    Campsite við Strond 08.55
    Hotel Føroyar 09.00

  • Monday 09.00 - 16.00 (Sunday on request)
  • Incl. Bus, Tour Guide, Entrance Fees, packed lunch and drinks.
  • Period: All year
  • Tour must be pre-booked.
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Hiking to the highest mountain in Faroe Islands - Slættaratindur


Monday 09.00 - 16.00 Adult EUR 129 | DKK 950,-

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Hiking to the highest mountain in Faroe Islands - Slættaratindur

Hiking to the highest mountain in Faroe Islands - Slættaratindur 

Slættaratindur (882m) is a must to hike, as it is the highest mountain in the Faroe Islands. The trip starts from the mountain pass Eiðisskarð. The hike is moderate.
When you reach the top, the view of the Faroe Islands is nothing less than spectacular - Mountain peaks surround you - an experience for life.
 

Adult EUR 129 | DKK 950,- 
-from 1. September to 31. March tour is only available with a minimum of 3 persons 

  • Pick-up Points in Tórshavn, Streymoy
    Hotel Tórshavn 08.40
    Hotel Hafnia 08.45
    Farstøðin - Terminal 08.50
    Hotel Streym / Hotel Havgrím 08.55
    Campsite við Strond 08.55
    Hotel Føroyar 09.00


  • Monday 09.00 - 16.00 (Sunday on request)
  • Incl. Bus, Tour Guide, packed lunch and drinks.
  • Period: Monday all year 
  • Tour must be pre-booked.
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GOOD TO KNOW: 
Excursions should be booked in advance and together with the rest of the package.
Most excursions are available from 31/5 to 1/9.
The rest of the year most trips, with a minimum of 4 people, are operated as listed.
Excursions are guided in Nordic and English. Other languages by request.
Changes and/or cancellations may occur as a result of conditions we can not control.
We recommend to be properly dressed  - remember the weather is changeable.
No excursions are run out of Tórshavn on July 28th and 29th due to the Faroe Islands national celebration.