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Puffin Safari Boat Tour
Puffin Safari Boat Tour

Imagine the chance to observe thousands of puffins without the need for strenuous hiking or additional fees! With our carefully planned puffin boat excursion, this dream can become a reality. Our tour offers a comfortable and accessible way to encounter these charming birds in the wild.

Picture yourself in the front row, experiencing the majestic Drangarnir seastacks, the stunning Múlafossur waterfall, and the imposing Tindhólmur, which served as the backdrop of the new Peter Pan & Wendy movie. Our puffin boat tour offers more than just an opportunity to witness thousands of these charming birds – it also provides unparalleled views of some of the most scenic spots in the Faroe Islands.

Our journey sets sail from Sørvágur harbour on Vágar Island, taking you along the island’s breath-taking coastline. As you glide smoothly over the tranquil waters, you’ll not only have the opportunity to observe these enchanting puffins but also to marvel at the majestic landscapes that make the Faroe Islands so unique.

If the weather is in our favor, we’ll venture to the Munkastova cave. This hidden gem offers a unique spectacle that enhances the magic of this unforgettable adventure.

DKK 990,- per person

Meeting point: Bakkavegur, Sørvágur at 19:00
Duration: 1,5 hours
Included: Boat tour, guide, and refreshments.
What to bring: Clothes suitable to the weather and a camera.

Available every day from April to August

Sunset trip with overnight stay
in Mykines
Sunset trip with overnight stay

Included:

  • Ferry ticket with Jósup from Sørvágur harbor at 16:20
  • Hiking fee
  • Guide
  • Homemade fish soup
  • Overnight stay in apartment Mykineslon
  • Breakfast
  • Ferry ticket with Jósup from Mykines harbor at 11:30

DKK 2.900,- per person

Available June - August

Highlights of the Faroe Islands
Highlights of the Faroe Islands

We will head out of the city via the old mountain road route to Norðadalsskarð, a photographer’s dream, where you will have a moment to enjoy the panoramic view. First stop is the picturesque Saksun surrounded by a mountain amphitheater right in front of Pollurin lagoon. Saksun is a hidden gem located about 10 minutes away from the main road and is especially known for its natural beauty and its houses with turf roof.

Heading onwards, it will take us around half an hour to reach the village of Tjørnuvík. Tjørnuvík lays nestled in a valley surrounded by high mountains and boasts a striking black sandy beach, famous amongst cold waters surfers worldwide. From the beach, we will have a great view of the renowned sea stacks The Giant and the Witch, who, according to legend, tried to drag the Faroe Islands to Iceland.

We will make some photostops on the way. We will stop at the captivating waterfall Fossá, which is the highest waterfall in the Faroe Islands. It is a definite must-see when visiting northern Streymoy and is very picturesque. Afterwards we will catch a glimpse of the highest mountain in the Faroe Islands, Slættaratindur.

The day ends with a visit to the cozy village of Gjógv, named after its deep gorge and known for its beautiful and unique scenery. We will take our time to stroll around the village and enjoy the peculiar beauty of the place and the gorge. For those who wishes to, there is a short walk along a path out to a viewpoint slightly above the village.

DKK 1.995,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn
Duration: approx. 6 hours.
Included: Pick up, transport, guide, lunch, and beverages.
What to bring: Warm clothes, good shoes, and camera.

Available Tuesdays

Northern Islands
Northern Islands

On this tour we will explore the Northern Islands. We will visit the wonderful Borðoy, where we will explore the city Klaksvík, which is known as the heart of the fishing industry. Then we will visit the secluded village Kunoy – which funny enough is on the island Kunoy – before going to the beautiful village Viðareiði, the northernmost village in the Faroe Islands. On our way back to Tórshavn we will drive through the impressive Subsea tunnel with a roundabout.

DKK 2.195,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn
Duration: approx. 6 hours.
Included: Pick up, transport, guide, lunch, and beverages.
What to bring: Warm clothes, good shoes, and camera.

Available Fridays

Vágar Highlights
Vágar Highlights

On this tour we will drive to Vágar island. Our first stop of the day will be a visit to the charming village Bø, where we will have stunning view of the islet Tindhólmur and the amazing sea stacks, Drangarnir. Next, we will continue to the fairy-tale village Gásadalur, home to the breathtaking waterfall Múlafossur, providing one of the most majestic views in the Faroe Islands. Gásadalurs scenic charm has long been recognized, yet it was only in 2006 that a mountain tunnel to Gásadalur made it possible to drive to the village. Before then the locals had to hike the mountain every time, they needed to leave the village. We will also pass by the “floating lake”, and it will be possible to visit the cozy little café “Fiskastykkið” in Sandavágur.

DKK 1.995,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn
Duration: approx. 5 hours.
Included: Pick up, transport, guide.
Add on: Ticket to the War Museum in Sørvágur.
What to bring: Warm and waterproof clothes, good shoes, and camera.

Available Saturdays

Vágar & the Slave Cliff hike
Vágar & the Slave Cliff hike

On this tour we will drive to Vágar island. Our first stop of the day will be a visit to the charming village Bø, where we will have stunning view of the islet Tindhólmur and the amazing sea stacks, Drangarnir. Next, we will continue to the fairy-tale village Gásadalur, home to the breathtaking waterfall Múlafossur, providing one of the most majestic views in the Faroe Islands. Gásadalurs scenic charm has long been recognized, yet it was only in 2006 that a mountain tunnel to Gásadalur made it possible to drive to the village. Before then the locals had to hike the mountain every time, they needed to leave the village. We will then park by the “floating lake”, and hike to Trælanípan (the Slave Cliff), where you will have a great view of Bøsdalafossur. The hike takes approx. 3 hours in total.

DKK 2.295,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn
Duration: approx. 7 hours.
Included: Pick up, transport, guide, lunch, beverages, and hiking fee.
What to bring: Warm and waterproof clothes, good shoes, and camera.

Available Saturdays

Nólsoy Lighthouse
Nólsoy Lighthouse

Departing from Tórshavn we will take a 20-minute ferry-ride to Nólsoy, the island right outside of Tórshavn. In Nólsoy we will hike to Borðan, where the charming lighthouse and three uninhabited houses are located. This is one of the longer hikes and takes approx. 6-8 hours. After the hike it will be possible to take a stroll through the village and explore the museums, cafés, and small shops that Nólsoy village has to offer. And maybe you will have the opportunity to talk to the friendly locals or see a llama.

DKK 2.295,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn
Duration: approx. 9 hours
Included: Pick up, transport, guide, lunch, beverages, hiking fee, and ferry fee.
What to bring: Warm and waterproof clothes, good shoes, and camera.

Available Mondays

Kallur Lighthouse
Kallur Lighthouse

Departing from Tórshavn we’ll drive along the fjords and through the tunnels towards Klaksvík. From Klaksvík we’ll take a 20-minute ferry-ride over to the island of Kalsoy during which we’ll get to enjoy the dramatic landscape of the northern islands rising majestically from the sea. A fun fact is that Kalsoy is known for being the “James Bond”-island.

After arriving in Kalsoy and taking in the view we drive onwards to Trøllanes, where the hike to Kallur Lighthouse begins.* The local farmer will greet you and be your local guide for the hike that takes about 2-3 hours in total. The hike is not difficult, and you’ll walk among the farmers’ sheep and wild birdlife providing the perfect opportunity to experience Faroese nature up close. The lighthouse is located on the northernmost edge of the island; its high and dramatic landscape making it a truly mesmerizing experience. At the lighthouse you will eat lunch, while enjoying the view of the Giant and the Witch, who, according to legend, tried to pull the Faroe Islands all the way over to Iceland. You’ll also have the view to the 758-meter-high Cape Enniberg – the northernmost point of the Faroe Islands and one of the highest sea-cliffs in the world.

Afterwards, the journey continues to the pretty village of Mikladalur – which in English means Mighty Valley – where we’ll visit the Seal Woman statue (Kópakonan) and hear about how the mythical tale behind the statue has helped cement her status as one of the islands’ most iconic sites.

Having explored the area and perhaps visited the local café, we commence the journey back to Tórshavn again via the ferry giving you a second chance to appreciate the view of the islands and fjords from the sea.

*Any participants not able or willing to hike to Kallur Lighthouse are welcome to stay in the car and enjoy a tour of the island with the driver.

DKK 2.795,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn at 8:30
Duration: approx. 8 hours
Included: Pick up, transport, guide, lunch, beverages, hiking fee, and ferry fee.
What to bring: Warm and waterproof clothes, good shoes, and camera.

Available Fridays

Kallur Lighthouse & Borgarin
Kallur Lighthouse & Borgarin

This tour is an extension of the Kallur Lighthouse hike, where after reaching the lighthouse you will continue to the Borgarin mountain. The hike Kallur Lighthouse and Borgarin takes approx. 4-5 hours in total, and is a little bit more difficult than only hiking to the lighthouse.

DKK 3.195,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn at 8:30
Duration: approx. 8 hours
Included: Pick up, transport, guide, lunch, beverages, hiking  fee, and ferry fee.
What to bring: Warm and waterproof clothes, good shoes, and camera.

Available Fridays

Hestur – Kittiwakes & caves
– Highspeed boat tour
Hestur – Kittiwakes & caves

This round trip from Gamlarætt in Streymoy to the island of Hestur includes sightseeing around the island. Slowly we move as near as possible to the birds under the cliff, Loftið, which vertical wall measures some 1,200 feet.

Hestur harbours guillemots, puffins, black guillemots, shags, fulmars and eiders. A couple of seal caves are there as well.

If the weather is good, we also sail into the caves, Álvagjógv and Klæmintsgjógv. Current and wind directions decide which way we sail around the island.

DKK 650,- per person

Meeting point: Gamlarætt

Available May – September at 09.00, 11.20, 13.30, 16.00 & 18.00

Tour to Vestmanna, Kvívík, Gásadal and Sandavág
Tour to Vestmanna, Kvívík, Gásadal and Sandavág

On this tour we'll visit Vestmanna and go sailing to see the bird cliffs. When we arrive back at the harbor we stop for food and then continue to Kvívík. Kvívík is nestled in a valley on Streymoy island. This village has historic route dating back to the Vikings.

You will find Viking excavations next to the seaside. Vikings lived in the village as the first settlers in Kvívík. With its historic importance and wonderful location, this quiet settlement is a popular pit stop on a road trip in the archipelago. Gásadalur is a remote village on Vágar island. Until recently it could only be accessed by hiking on foot over the mountains. Now the village is easily accessible through a driving tunnel. A favorite among visitors to the Faroe Islands.

Home to the picturesque waterfall Múlafossur, Gásadalur has a cafe and guesthouse, serving locally sourced lunch, cakes, and coffee. Gásadalur translates directly to “the Goose Valley”.

DKK 1.831,- per person

Duration: 8 hours
Included: Bus, guide, lunch, and boat ticket.

Available Tuesdays from May to September

Tour to Strendur, Snældan, Kollafjørður and Kirkjubøur
Tour to Strendur, Snældan, Kollafjørður and Kirkjubøur

Strendur is the largest town on the westside of the Skálafjørður fjord on Eysturoy island. Strendur is connected to Runavík and Tórshavn through the longest underwater tunnel in the Faroe Islands: Eysturoyartunnilin.  Eysturoyartunnilin is known for its underwater roundabout, which is the first of its kind in the world. The entrance to the tunnel is by the seaside in Strendur. In Strendur we will visit Snældan a Faroese yarn company, where it will be possible to buy Faroese knitwear and yarn made at the local factory.

We drive north through Skálafjørð and up to the tunnel that goes over to Sundalagið. If you would like to, you can walk over the bridge from Eysturoy to Streymoy, further we drive to Kollafjørð. Kollafjørður is the longest village in the Faroe Islands. The village stretches 7 kilometers along the coastline on Streymoy island.

Then we drive to Tórshavn, where we walk through the old part of town followed by a visit to Kirkjubøur the southernmost village on Streymoy, where we can see the ruins of the Magnus Cathedral from around 1300, the Saint Olav’s Church from 12th century and the old farmhouse Kirkjubøargarður from 11th century.

DKK 1.441,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn at 09:00
Duration: 8 hours
Included: Bus, guide, and lunch.

Available Wednesdays from May to December

Tour to Æðuvík, Navia, Gøta, and Fuglafjørður
Tour to Æðuvík, Navia, Gøta, and Fuglafjørður

This experience starts with a drive through the sub-sea tunnel between Tórshavn and Runavík. The tunnel is known for its roundabout and is the first of its kind.

Our first stop is in the beautiful village Æðuvík, where you can walk so close to the sea that you can almost touch it. In Æðuvík the locals see the sun rise from the ocean all year round. Located close to the village are the first windmills in the Faroe Islands. We will drive to the windmills and on a good day it is possible to see almost all the islands in the Faroe Islands. In Toftir the local yarn brand Navia, has a big shop with both yarn and locally produced sweaters.

Gøta is three smaller villages that have almost grown into one, but the locals insist on using all three names. Syðrugøta is widely known for its G! festival that is held annually in July. The special thing about this festival is that it is held on the beach. Gøtugjógv has one of the most magnificent churches in the Faroe Islands with glass windows made by Tróndur Patursson. In Norðagøta the old part of town is well preserved, and there is also a statue of one of the most important persons in the Faroe Islands saga, Tróndur í Gøtu.

Todays last visit is in Fuglafjørður, which is one of the largest fishing towns in the Faroe Islands. It has a cosy café, and an exciting, not widely known souvenir shop called Fjord.

DKK 1.441,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn at 09:00
Duration: 7,5 hours
Included: Bus, guide, and lunch.

Available Thursdays from May to December

Tour to Hvalvík, Streymnes and Eiði
Tour to Hvalvík, Streymnes and Eiði

On the way up north, it will be possible to see the whaling station við Áir, it was built in 1905 and run by the Norwegian company Chr. Salvesen & Co until 1930. It is the last of its kind in the Northern Hemisphere.

You will take a short, beautiful walk from Streymnes to Hvalvík where you will see the oldest wooden church in the Faroe Islands.

Eiði is a village on north Eysturoy island. In this picturesque village you will find the famous football stadium nestled next to the Atlantic Ocean.

Near Eiði, you will also have a great view of the two sea stacks Risin & Kellingin.

DKK 1.441,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn at 09:00
Duration: 7 hours
Included: Bus, guide, and lunch

Available Fridays from May to December

Tour to the northern part of Streymoy and Eysturoy
Tour to the northern part of Streymoy and Eysturoy

Saksun is a remote little village on Streymoy island. The village is famous for its unique location placed above a jaw-dropping lagoon. Mountains here are incredible and so are the many waterfalls.

Gjógv is a village located on the northeast tip of the island of Eysturoy. We see the amazing gorge and take a walk around the old village.

Oyndarfjørður is one of the oldest Faroese settlements. Written sources from the 14th century tell that the settlement was also a larger settlement further back in time. At the beach below the village are the two Rocking stones (Rinkusteinar), which are set in motion by the waves. To see if they move, a rope is tied from the rocks to the mainland so that you can follow the movements. Legend has it that there was an old sorceress in Oyndarfjørður, who cursed two pirate ships so that they turned to stone and would forever stand by the beach, rocking restlessly back and forth.

Elduvík is a traditional village in the unspoiled Faroe Islands located on Eysturoy island. The houses stand as if they have been dropped from the sky and found their place by chance.

Elduvík offers you a variety of charming yards, paths, steps, and ledges. People seeking the opposite of modern straightness will find pleasure here.

We make some photo stops on our way, such as Risin and Kellingin, Fossá Waterfall and the famous football stadium nestled next to the Atlantic Ocean.

DKK 1.441,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn at 09:00
Duration: 7 hours
Included: Bus, guide, and lunch.

Available Saturdays from May to December.

Tour to the northern islands and Tjørnuvík
Tour to the northern islands and Tjørnuvík

Viðareiði is in the Northern region and the northernmost village in the Faroe Islands. Visiting Viðareiði on Viðoy island is always rewarding.

Klaksvík is the fishing capital of the Faroe Islands and here it will be possible to try the Faroes Fish and chips in the local bakery. We will proceed to Gjógv to see the fantastic gorge and further to Tjørnuvík where we can enjoy the amazing view of Risin and Kellingin

DKK 1.571,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn at 09:00
Duration: 9 hours
Included: Bus, guide and lunch.

Available Sundays from May to December.

Faroese Cultural Evening
at Hotel Føroyar
Faroese Cultural Evening

Enjoy a Faroese evening with lots of Faroese culture & food.

DKK 525,- per person

Available every Wednesday from June 26th until August 21st

Drinks not included in price

Experience the islet Tindhólmur
Experience the islet Tindhólmur

Every Wednesday from 1st of May until 31st of August
Pick up: Hotel Føroyar at 13.00

DKK 2.200,- per. person excl. transfer from/to Tórshavn

DKK 2.500,- per. person incl. transfer from/to Tórshavn

The tour starts with pick up at Hotel Føroyar at 13.00, or at the harbor in Sørvágur. From Sørvágur a boat will take you to the islet Tindhólmur. With guide you walk around on the islet and hear stories about the islet and its peaks. Like on Mykines, puffins also breathe on the islet. If you visit the islet between May and July, you will for sure get close to some of the puffins. If you are up for it, you will have the opportunity to swim in the lake in the beautiful surroundings, and also do a cliff jump. After a tour around the islet you will be served a packed lunch.

Duration: 6 hours

Difficulty: Easy to moderate

Tour end: Hotel Føroyar (drop off)

Included: Transport from Hotel Føroyar, local guide, sightseeing, hiking fee, lunch pack, water, and coffee/tea.

What to bring: Good hiking shoes, swimsuit, clothes suitable to the weather and a camera.

Experience Mykines – the bird paradise
Experience Mykines – the bird paradise

Every Friday from 1st of May to 31st of August
Pick up: Hotel Føroyar at 08.00

DKK 2.200,- per person excl. transfer from/to Tórshavn

DKK 2.500,- per person incl. transfer from/to Tórshavn

The journey starts at Hotel Føroyar with pick-up at 08.00 or at the ferry port in Sørvágur at 09.00. From here the boat Jósup will sail you to Mykines past Drangarnir and Tindhólm. You will also see the villages Bøur and Gásadalur, where you can see the waterfall Múlafossur from the sea. After sailing for about 40 minutes, you will arrive to Mykines port. From here you will get a guided tour around the islet where you will be presented with the best puffin spots. During the tour you get to enjoy a packed lunch while you are surrounded by the beautiful nature. Afterwards we will head back to the only and lovely small village of Mykines with old turf-roofed houses where you will get to enjoy a nice cup of coffee or tea at a local café.

Duration: 7 hours
Difficulty: Easy to moderate
Tour end: Hotel Føroyar (drop off)
Included: Transport from Hotel Føroyar, local guide, sightseeing and birdwatching, hiking fee, lunch pack, water, and coffee at local cafe.
What to bring: Good hiking shoes, clothes suitable to the weather and a camera.

Yoga With Heibrith
Yoga With Heibrith

Enjoy a yoga session in Velbastaður where yoga instructor Heibrith will invite you to her lovely home in Velbastaður. If the weather allows it you will start with 1 hour yoga on the outdoor terrace where you have an amazing view over Sandoy and Hestur island – If not yoga will be inside. After yoga you get to enjoy a cold drink in the homes sauna and also the outdoor shower. Afterwards you will be invited inside for some light refreshments. This is a 2-3 hour visit.

Price (min. 2 pax – max. 4 pax.)

DKK 595,- per person

Booking on request.

Footsteps Of The Vikings Hike
Footsteps Of The Vikings Hike

Enjoy a 4 hour hike on the west coast of the Faroe Islands where you will hear stories about the Vikings and see nature & views like no other.

DKK 1.500,- per person

Booking on request.

Boat Tour To Vestmanna Birdcliffs
Boat Tour To Vestmanna Birdcliffs

2 hour boat tour under the birdcliffs of Vestmanna. You sail through narrow sounds and into deep grottes, carved by surf through the ages

DKK 398,- per person

Available everyday from April to September

Booking on request.

Fishing Trip
Fishing Trip

An authentic fishing experience where you sail in a traditional Faroese boat. You sail across the fjords and villages, and get to enjoy the peace & quite from sea. In the Atlantic waters you typical catch fish like cod, haddock, whiting, saithe, ling and tusk.

DKK 1.295,- per person

Duration: 3,5 – 4 hours

Days available:
Wednesdays and Thursdays fishing trip in Funningsfjørður at 09.00 and 13.30
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays fishing trip in Àrnafjørður at 09.00 and 13.30
Mondays and Tuesdays fishing trip in Hvannasund at 09.00 and 13.30

Fish & Dine
Fish & Dine

An authentic fishing experience where you sail in a traditional Faroese boat. You sail across the fjords and villages, and get to enjoy the peace & quite from sea. In the Atlantic waters you typical catch fish like cod, haddock, whiting, saithe, ling and tusk. After the fishing tour you will be invited in to a private home for a home cooked Faroese 3 course meal.

from DKK 1.955,- per person

Duration: 7 hours

Days available:
Wednesdays and Thursdays in Elduvík at 13.30
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in Àrnafjørður at 13.30
Mondays and Tuesdays in Hvannasund at 13.30
Fridays in Eiði at 09.00

Týr Tour To Suðuroy – The untouched pearl
Týr Tour To Suðuroy – The untouched pearl

Full day trip to Suðuroy, the southernmost island. You will take the ferry at 08:45 on a 2-hour long ferry ride passing Sandoy, Skúvoy, Lítla Dímun and Stóra Dímun, while listening to stories about the Viking legends Tróndur and Sigmund. When arriving at the port, you will take a short drive down to the southernmost point of the Faroe Island, Akraberg, before going north exploring stunning sights and charming historic villages, while immersing yourself in the secrets of the Vikings.

DKK 2.500,- per person

Price incl. pick up & drop off ferry from Tórshavn, guide & transport on Suðuroy, ferry ticket and food incl. beverages

Tour is available Wednesdays from 08.45 – 20.45

Mykines
– The bird paradise
Mykines

Mykines, long believed to be the Island referred to as “Paradise of Birds!” by the hardy Irish seafaring monk, St.Brendan in the 6th century during his sea-faring adventure in the North Atlantic.

The perfect setting to take a deep breath and enjoy the calm, away from the rest of the world, to marvel at the rugged landscape, be fascinated by the antics of the Puffin colony that graces the island with its presence every summer, or just to walk in the steps of the Vikings!

Our tour is the only Mykines Tour where we take care of you from departure to return - no need to worry about ferry tickets, local tourist tax payment website, lunch etc. - all you need to do is turn up and we take care of the rest!

DKK 1.850,- per person

Price incl. guide, ferry ticket, hiking fee, and lunch

Meeting point: Port of Sørvágur

Tour is available Thursday from 1st of May to 31st of August, Wednesdays from 10.30 – 18.00

Exclusive boat tour
– Drangarnir
Exclusive boat tour

Get front row views of one of the islands’ most breath-taking spots!

Drangarnir, which means ‘sea stacks’ in Faroese, is an impressive sight. It has been photographed from all angles, but no image can do the experience justice. On this 1,5-hourfamily-friendly sightseeing tour, you’ll be guided by our experienced skipper, Elias. A long-time Sørvágur resident, Elias knows the area intimately and has plenty of stories to tell about the local surroundings. Elias will take you as close to Drangarnir as possible and, if weather permits it, you’ll sail through the stacks, under the arch. Múlafossur waterfall, in the village of Gásadalur, is only a short distance away and can also be visited.

Experiencing Drangarnir up close is an experience you’ll never forget.

DKK 995,- per person

Price incl. boat tour, guide & refreshments

Meeting point: Bakkavegur, Port of Sørvágur

Tour is available every day from 17.00 – 18.30

Sandoy
– The Saga island & Kirkjubøur
Sandoy

Enjoy the beautiful nature, rich birdlife and history on this whole day guided tour to Sandoy and Kirkjubøur. Visit all the old sites that date back to the viking era and the beautiful churches. During the tour you will visit many charming villages with stunning sights, where you will have the opportunity to take great pictures for keepsake. The day ends with a visit to the historic Kirkjubøur. Kirkjubøur is home to the ruins of the Saint Magnus Cathedral, and the oldest church in the Faroe Islands, the Saint Olav's Church, which is still being used to this day.

DKK 1.995,- per person

Price incl. transfer from Tórshavn, entre fees, guide, and lunch

Tour is available Sundays between June and August.

Fishing tour in Vágar
Fishing tour in Vágar

Cast your line and catch your next meal in spectacular surroundings.

The pristine waters of the FaroeIslands are home to an incredible diversity of fish species, including cod,haddock, coalfish, dab, plaice and more. Our2-hour fishing tours are a great option for experienced anglers and novicesseeking thrilling saltwater action in Sørvágur fjord.
You’ll be joined by our friendly skipper, Elias.

You get to keep the fish.

DKK 995,- per person

Price incl. fishing poles, bait, and other necessary fishing equipment*. Coffee, tea and snacks.

*If you lose some pirks or traces, the price is DKK 50,-

Duration: 2 hours

Tour is available every day at 17.00

Boat tour in Vágar
– Photography tour
Boat tour in Vágar

Experience the breathtaking beauty of the Faroe Islands from a unique perspective on our must-go photo boat tour, assisted by a local professional photographer. Whether you choose to book the boat for yourself, with a crew, or join other photographers on the tour, you’ll have the chance to capture stunning shots of the rugged coastline and possibly even spot some seals playing in the water.

Our tour will begin in Sørvágur, where we’ll set sail through the stunning fjord. As we make our way tour first destination, the Drangarnir sea stacks, you’ll have the opportunity to capture some truly unique and breathtaking images. We’ll also visit the other worldly Tindhólmur sea stacks, the Skarðsa, and Múlafossur waterfalls, where you can capture the falls as they plummet into the ocean below.

Whether you’re a trained photographer or just starting out, our local photographer will be on hand to offer tips and guidance on how to get the perfect shot. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the beauty of the Faroe Islands and capture some stunning photos.

DKK 1.450,- per person

Price incl. boat tour, guide and refreshments
Duration: 2 hours
Tour is available every day at 15.00

Guided Bike Tour
Guided Bike Tour

Enjoy the Faroese fresh air and scenery from a bike seat on these guided bike tours that start in Tórshavn.

From DKK 635,- per person

2 hour city sightseeing bike tour Tórshavn / Wednesdays at 10.15

3 hour bike tour to Norðadalsskarð / Tuesdays at 10.15

3 hour bike tour to Kirkjubøur / Thursdays at 10.15

2 hour mountain bike tour / Sunday at 14.15

Horseback Tour
Horseback Tour

Enjoy the surroundings of Tórshavn on a horseback.

1½ hours with Berghestar (for everyone)

DKK 600,- per person

Day tour with Berghestar (for experienced)

DKK 1.150,- per person

Booking on request

Home Visit At Garðahús
- Home-grown hospitality and beautiful gardens
Home Visit At Garðahús

Enjoy Garðahúsið´s hospitality and the beautiful garden “á Gørðum” in Søldarfjørður. Experience nature´s peaceful song and enjoy the lovely sight of Skálafjørður beneath you. Get a homemade meal served in warm and cosy surroundings.

Fish soup and Faroese bread

DKK 400,- per person

Two course meal (min. 6 pax)

DKK 500,- per person

Three course meal (min. 6 pax)

DKK 600,- per person

Booking on request

Fishing trip from Tórshavn
Fishing trip from Tórshavn

By boat we head out for a fishing trip in and around the area of Tórshavn. Exactly which area, the weather will determine.

4-hour fishing trip incl. all fishing equipment & coffee/tea.

DKK 2.400,- per person

The tour is available every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.

Sightseeing from the sea
Sightseeing from the sea

Come along and enjoy a 2-hour sightseeing tour from the sea. Where the tour goes, will be determined by yourself and the weather conditions on this day.

DKK 1.195,- per person

The tour is available every day.

Restaurantmenuer
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Restaurantmenuer

Áarstova
3 retters menu

DKK 600,-

Ræst
Indstil menu

DKK 1.400,-

ROKS
Sæt menu

DKK 595,- / DKK 895,-

Ruts restaurant
Sæt menu Ruts

DKK 700,-

Skeiva Pakkhús
Menu Norðlýsið

DKK 625,-

Packed Lunch
Packed Lunch

Small

DKK 95,-

Large

DKK 160,-
Ress Spa Treatments
Ress Spa Treatments

Full Body Massage
60 min

DKK 950,-

Body Firming Detox
60 min

DKK 950,-

Head, Neck & Shoulder Treatment
30 min

DKK 650,-

Lavender Dream
90 min

DKK 1.350,-

Hot Stone Treatment
75 min

DKK 1.095,-

Treatment For Expecting Mothers
90 min

DKK 1.350,-

Pure Aromatherapy Indulgence
90 min

DKK 1.250,-

Gentleman Facial
60 min

DKK 895,-

Restorative Anti-Age Facial
90 min

DKK 1.495,-

Express refresher
30 min

DKK 650,-

Pure Aromatherapy Indulgence
90 min

DKK 1.250,-

Customized Deep Cleansing
60 min

DKK 950,-

Rasul
30 min

From DKK 450,-

Infrared Sauna
30 min

From DKK 350.-

Manicure
30 min

DKK 350,-

Nailpolish On Feet Incl. Footbath
30 min

DKK 350,-

Shellac
75 min

DKK 400,-

Read more about the treatments here

Puffin Safari Boat Tour

Imagine the chance to observe thousands of puffins without the need for strenuous hiking or additional fees! With our carefully planned puffin boat excursion, this dream can become a reality. Our tour offers a comfortable and accessible way to encounter these charming birds in the wild.

Picture yourself in the front row, experiencing the majestic Drangarnir seastacks, the stunning Múlafossur waterfall, and the imposing Tindhólmur, which served as the backdrop of the new Peter Pan & Wendy movie. Our puffin boat tour offers more than just an opportunity to witness thousands of these charming birds – it also provides unparalleled views of some of the most scenic spots in the Faroe Islands.

Our journey sets sail from Sørvágur harbour on Vágar Island, taking you along the island’s breath-taking coastline. As you glide smoothly over the tranquil waters, you’ll not only have the opportunity to observe these enchanting puffins but also to marvel at the majestic landscapes that make the Faroe Islands so unique.

If the weather is in our favor, we’ll venture to the Munkastova cave. This hidden gem offers a unique spectacle that enhances the magic of this unforgettable adventure.

DKK 990,- per person

Meeting point: Bakkavegur, Sørvágur at 19:00

Duration: 1,5 hours

Included: Boat tour, guide, and refreshments.

What to bring: Clothes suitable to the weather and a camera.

Available every day from April to August

Sunset trip with overnight stay
in Mykines

Included:

  • Ferry ticket with Jósup from Sørvágur harbor at 16:20
  • Hiking fee
  • Guide
  • Homemade fish soup
  • Overnight stay in apartment Mykineslon
  • Breakfast
  • Ferry ticket with Jósup from Mykines harbor at 11:30

DKK 2.900,- per person

Available June - August

Highlights of the Faroe Islands

We will head out of the city via the old mountain road route to Norðadalsskarð, a photographer’s dream, where you will have a moment to enjoy the panoramic view. First stop is the picturesque Saksun surrounded by a mountain amphitheater right in front of Pollurin lagoon. Saksun is a hidden gem located about 10 minutes away from the main road and is especially known for its natural beauty and its houses with turf roof.

Heading onwards, it will take us around half an hour to reach the village of Tjørnuvík. Tjørnuvík lays nestled in a valley surrounded by high mountains and boasts a striking black sandy beach, famous amongst cold waters surfers worldwide. From the beach, we will have a great view of the renowned sea stacks The Giant and the Witch, who, according to legend, tried to drag the Faroe Islands to Iceland.

We will make some photostops on the way. We will stop at the captivating waterfall Fossá, which is the highest waterfall in the Faroe Islands. It is a definite must-see when visiting northern Streymoy and is very picturesque. Afterwards we will catch a glimpse of the highest mountain in the Faroe Islands, Slættaratindur.

The day ends with a visit to the cozy village of Gjógv, named after its deep gorge and known for its beautiful and unique scenery. We will take our time to stroll around the village and enjoy the peculiar beauty of the place and the gorge. For those who wishes to, there is a short walk along a path out to a viewpoint slightly above the village.

DKK 1.995,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn

Duration: approx. 6 hours.

Included: Pick up, transport, guide, lunch, and beverages.

What to bring: Warm clothes, good shoes, and camera.

Available Tuesdays

Northern Islands

On this tour we will explore the Northern Islands. We will visit the wonderful Borðoy, where we will explore the city Klaksvík, which is known as the heart of the fishing industry. Then we will visit the secluded village Kunoy – which funny enough is on the island Kunoy – before going to the beautiful village Viðareiði, the northernmost village in the Faroe Islands. On our way back to Tórshavn we will drive through the impressive Subsea tunnel with a roundabout.

DKK 2.195,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn

Duration: approx. 6 hours.

Included: Pick up, transport, guide, lunch, and beverages.

What to bring: Warm clothes, good shoes, and camera.

Available Fridays

Vágar Highlights

On this tour we will drive to Vágar island. Our first stop of the day will be a visit to the charming village Bø, where we will have stunning view of the islet Tindhólmur and the amazing sea stacks, Drangarnir. Next, we will continue to the fairy-tale village Gásadalur, home to the breathtaking waterfall Múlafossur, providing one of the most majestic views in the Faroe Islands. Gásadalurs scenic charm has long been recognized, yet it was only in 2006 that a mountain tunnel to Gásadalur made it possible to drive to the village. Before then the locals had to hike the mountain every time, they needed to leave the village. We will also pass by the “floating lake”, and it will be possible to visit the cozy little café “Fiskastykkið” in Sandavágur.

DKK 1.995,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn

Duration: approx. 5 hours.

Included: Pick up, transport, guide.

Add on: Ticket to the War Museum in Sørvágur.

What to bring: Warm and waterproof clothes, good shoes, and camera.

Available Saturdays

Vágar & the Slave Cliff hike

On this tour we will drive to Vágar island. Our first stop of the day will be a visit to the charming village Bø, where we will have stunning view of the islet Tindhólmur and the amazing sea stacks, Drangarnir. Next, we will continue to the fairy-tale village Gásadalur, home to the breathtaking waterfall Múlafossur, providing one of the most majestic views in the Faroe Islands. Gásadalurs scenic charm has long been recognized, yet it was only in 2006 that a mountain tunnel to Gásadalur made it possible to drive to the village. Before then the locals had to hike the mountain every time, they needed to leave the village. We will then park by the “floating lake”, and hike to Trælanípan (the Slave Cliff), where you will have a great view of Bøsdalafossur. The hike takes approx. 3 hours in total.

DKK 2.295,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn

Duration: approx. 7 hours.

Included: Pick up, transport, guide, lunch, beverages, and hiking fee.

What to bring: Warm and waterproof clothes, good shoes, and camera.

Available Saturdays

Nólsoy Lighthouse

Departing from Tórshavn we will take a 20-minute ferry-ride to Nólsoy, the island right outside of Tórshavn. In Nólsoy we will hike to Borðan, where the charming lighthouse and three uninhabited houses are located. This is one of the longer hikes and takes approx. 6-8 hours. After the hike it will be possible to take a stroll through the village and explore the museums, cafés, and small shops that Nólsoy village has to offer. And maybe you will have the opportunity to talk to the friendly locals or see a llama.

DKK 2.295,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn

Duration: approx. 9 hours

Included: Pick up, transport, guide, lunch, beverages, hiking fee, and ferry fee.

What to bring: Warm and waterproof clothes, good shoes, and camera.

Available Mondays

Kallur Lighthouse

Departing from Tórshavn we’ll drive along the fjords and through the tunnels towards Klaksvík. From Klaksvík we’ll take a 20-minute ferry-ride over to the island of Kalsoy during which we’ll get to enjoy the dramatic landscape of the northern islands rising majestically from the sea. A fun fact is that Kalsoy is known for being the “James Bond”-island.

After arriving in Kalsoy and taking in the view we drive onwards to Trøllanes, where the hike to Kallur Lighthouse begins.* The local farmer will greet you and be your local guide for the hike that takes about 2-3 hours in total. The hike is not difficult, and you’ll walk among the farmers’ sheep and wild birdlife providing the perfect opportunity to experience Faroese nature up close. The lighthouse is located on the northernmost edge of the island; its high and dramatic landscape making it a truly mesmerizing experience. At the lighthouse you will eat lunch, while enjoying the view of the Giant and the Witch, who, according to legend, tried to pull the Faroe Islands all the way over to Iceland. You’ll also have the view to the 758-meter-high Cape Enniberg – the northernmost point of the Faroe Islands and one of the highest sea-cliffs in the world.

Afterwards, the journey continues to the pretty village of Mikladalur – which in English means Mighty Valley – where we’ll visit the Seal Woman statue (Kópakonan) and hear about how the mythical tale behind the statue has helped cement her status as one of the islands’ most iconic sites.

Having explored the area and perhaps visited the local café, we commence the journey back to Tórshavn again via the ferry giving you a second chance to appreciate the view of the islands and fjords from the sea.

*Any participants not able or willing to hike to Kallur Lighthouse are welcome to stay in the car and enjoy a tour of the island with the driver.

DKK 2.795,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn at 8:30

Duration: approx. 8 hours

Included: Pick up, transport, guide, lunch, beverages, hiking fee, and ferry fee.

What to bring: Warm and waterproof clothes, good shoes, and camera.

Available Fridays

Kallur Lighthouse & Borgarin

This tour is an extension of the Kallur Lighthouse hike, where after reaching the lighthouse you will continue to the Borgarin mountain. The hike Kallur Lighthouse and Borgarin takes approx. 4-5 hours in total, and is a little bit more difficult than only hiking to the lighthouse.

DKK 3.195,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn at 8:30

Duration: approx. 8 hours

Included: Pick up, transport, guide, lunch, beverages, hiking  fee, and ferry fee.

What to bring: Warm and waterproof clothes, good shoes, and camera.

Available Fridays

Hestur – Kittiwakes & caves
– Highspeed boat tour

This round trip from Gamlarætt in Streymoy to the island of Hestur includes sightseeing around the island. Slowly we move as near as possible to the birds under the cliff, Loftið, which vertical wall measures some 1,200 feet.

Hestur harbours guillemots, puffins, black guillemots, shags, fulmars and eiders. A couple of seal caves are there as well.

If the weather is good, we also sail into the caves, Álvagjógv and Klæmintsgjógv. Current and wind directions decide which way we sail around the island.

DKK 650,- per person

Meeting point: Gamlarætt

Available May – September at 09.00, 11.20, 13.30, 16.00 & 18.00

Tour to Vestmanna, Kvívík, Gásadal and Sandavág

On this tour we'll visit Vestmanna and go sailing to see the bird cliffs. When we arrive back at the harbor we stop for food and then continue to Kvívík. Kvívík is nestled in a valley on Streymoy island. This village has historic route dating back to the Vikings.

You will find Viking excavations next to the seaside. Vikings lived in the village as the first settlers in Kvívík. With its historic importance and wonderful location, this quiet settlement is a popular pit stop on a road trip in the archipelago. Gásadalur is a remote village on Vágar island. Until recently it could only be accessed by hiking on foot over the mountains. Now the village is easily accessible through a driving tunnel. A favorite among visitors to the Faroe Islands.

Home to the picturesque waterfall Múlafossur, Gásadalur has a cafe and guesthouse, serving locally sourced lunch, cakes, and coffee. Gásadalur translates directly to “the Goose Valley”.

DKK 1.831,- per person

Duration: 8 hours

Included: Bus, guide, lunch, and boat ticket.

Available Tuesdays from May to September

Tour to Strendur, Snældan, Kollafjørður and Kirkjubøur

Strendur is the largest town on the westside of the Skálafjørður fjord on Eysturoy island. Strendur is connected to Runavík and Tórshavn through the longest underwater tunnel in the Faroe Islands: Eysturoyartunnilin.  Eysturoyartunnilin is known for its underwater roundabout, which is the first of its kind in the world. The entrance to the tunnel is by the seaside in Strendur. In Strendur we will visit Snældan a Faroese yarn company, where it will be possible to buy Faroese knitwear and yarn made at the local factory.

We drive north through Skálafjørð and up to the tunnel that goes over to Sundalagið. If you would like to, you can walk over the bridge from Eysturoy to Streymoy, further we drive to Kollafjørð. Kollafjørður is the longest village in the Faroe Islands. The village stretches 7 kilometers along the coastline on Streymoy island.

Then we drive to Tórshavn, where we walk through the old part of town followed by a visit to Kirkjubøur the southernmost village on Streymoy, where we can see the ruins of the Magnus Cathedral from around 1300, the Saint Olav’s Church from 12th century and the old farmhouse Kirkjubøargarður from 11th century.

DKK 1.441,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn at 09:00

Duration: 8 hours

Included: Bus, guide, and lunch.

Available Wednesdays from May to December

Tour to Æðuvík, Navia, Gøta, and Fuglafjørður

This experience starts with a drive through the sub-sea tunnel between Tórshavn and Runavík. The tunnel is known for its roundabout and is the first of its kind.

Our first stop is in the beautiful village Æðuvík, where you can walk so close to the sea that you can almost touch it. In Æðuvík the locals see the sun rise from the ocean all year round. Located close to the village are the first windmills in the Faroe Islands. We will drive to the windmills and on a good day it is possible to see almost all the islands in the Faroe Islands. In Toftir the local yarn brand Navia, has a big shop with both yarn and locally produced sweaters.

Gøta is three smaller villages that have almost grown into one, but the locals insist on using all three names. Syðrugøta is widely known for its G! festival that is held annually in July. The special thing about this festival is that it is held on the beach. Gøtugjógv has one of the most magnificent churches in the Faroe Islands with glass windows made by Tróndur Patursson. In Norðagøta the old part of town is well preserved, and there is also a statue of one of the most important persons in the Faroe Islands saga, Tróndur í Gøtu.

Todays last visit is in Fuglafjørður, which is one of the largest fishing towns in the Faroe Islands. It has a cosy café, and an exciting, not widely known souvenir shop called Fjord.

DKK 1.441,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn at 09:00


Duration: 7,5 hours

Included: Bus, guide, and lunch.

Available Thursdays from May to December

Tour to Hvalvík, Streymnes and Eiði

On the way up north, it will be possible to see the whaling station við Áir, it was built in 1905 and run by the Norwegian company Chr. Salvesen & Co until 1930. It is the last of its kind in the Northern Hemisphere.

You will take a short, beautiful walk from Streymnes to Hvalvík where you will see the oldest wooden church in the Faroe Islands.

Eiði is a village on north Eysturoy island. In this picturesque village you will find the famous football stadium nestled next to the Atlantic Ocean.

Near Eiði, you will also have a great view of the two sea stacks Risin & Kellingin.

DKK 1.441,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn at 09:00


Duration: 7 hours

Included: Bus, guide, and lunch

Available Fridays from May to December

Tour to the northern part of Streymoy and Eysturoy

Saksun is a remote little village on Streymoy island. The village is famous for its unique location placed above a jaw-dropping lagoon. Mountains here are incredible and so are the many waterfalls.

Gjógv is a village located on the northeast tip of the island of Eysturoy. We see the amazing gorge and take a walk around the old village.

Oyndarfjørður is one of the oldest Faroese settlements. Written sources from the 14th century tell that the settlement was also a larger settlement further back in time. At the beach below the village are the two Rocking stones (Rinkusteinar), which are set in motion by the waves. To see if they move, a rope is tied from the rocks to the mainland so that you can follow the movements. Legend has it that there was an old sorceress in Oyndarfjørður, who cursed two pirate ships so that they turned to stone and would forever stand by the beach, rocking restlessly back and forth.

Elduvík is a traditional village in the unspoiled Faroe Islands located on Eysturoy island. The houses stand as if they have been dropped from the sky and found their place by chance.

Elduvík offers you a variety of charming yards, paths, steps, and ledges. People seeking the opposite of modern straightness will find pleasure here.

We make some photo stops on our way, such as Risin and Kellingin, Fossá Waterfall and the famous football stadium nestled next to the Atlantic Ocean.

DKK 1.441,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn at 09:00


Duration: 7 hours

Included: Bus, guide, and lunch.

Available Saturdays from May to December.

Tour to the northern islands and Tjørnuvík

Viðareiði is in the Northern region and the northernmost village in the Faroe Islands. Visiting Viðareiði on Viðoy island is always rewarding.

Klaksvík is the fishing capital of the Faroe Islands and here it will be possible to try the Faroes Fish and chips in the local bakery. We will proceed to Gjógv to see the fantastic gorge and further to Tjørnuvík where we can enjoy the amazing view of Risin and Kellingin

DKK 1.571,- per person

Pick up: Hotel in Tórshavn at 09:00


Duration: 9 hours

Included: Bus, guide and lunch.

Available Sundays from May to December.

Faroese Cultural Evening
at Hotel Føroyar

Enjoy a Faroese evening with lots of Faroese culture & food.

DKK 525,- per person

Available every Wednesday
from June 26th until August 21st

Drinks not included in price

Experience the islet Tindhólmur

Every Wednesday from 1st of May to 31st of August
Pick up: Hotel Føroyar at 13.00

DKK 2.200,- per person excl. transfer from/to Tórshavn

DKK 2.500,- per person incl. transfer from/to Tórshavn

The journey starts at Hotel Føroyar with pick-up at 13.00 or at the ferry port in Sørvágur where a boat will be ready to sail you to the islet Tindhólmur. After 10 minute sail, passing Drangarnir, you will arrive at Tindhólmur. You will get a guided tour around the islet, where you will hear the stories about the islet and its peaks. Like on the island Mykines, puffins breed on the islet, which means you will be able to go bird watching and very likely get close to the puffins. Furthermore, you will get the chance to lake swim in one of the most beautiful surroundings, the Faroe Islands have to offer. You also have the opportunity for some cliff jumping. Afterwards you will be served with a packed lunch outside the only two houses on the islet.

Duration: 6 hours
Difficulty: Easy to moderate
Tour end: Hotel Føroyar (drop off)
Included: Transport from Hotel Føroyar, boat-seeing around Drangarnir, local guide, lake swimming and cliff jumping, lunch pack and refreshments.
What to bring: Good hiking shoes, clothes suitable to the weather, swim clothes and a camera.

See a video of the tour here: Tindhólmur — Outdoor

Experience Mykines
– the bird paradise

Every Friday from 1st of May to 31st of August
Pick up: Hotel Føroyar at 08.00

DKK 2.200,- per person excl. transfer from/to Tórshavn

DKK 2.500,- per person incl. transfer from/to Tórshavn

The journey starts at Hotel Føroyar with pick-up at 08.00 or at the ferry port in Sørvágur at 09.00. From here the boat Jósup will sail you to Mykines past Drangarnir and Tindhólm. You will also see the villages Bøur and Gásadalur, where you can see the waterfall Múlafossur from the sea. After sailing for about 40 minutes, you will arrive to Mykines port. From here you will get a guided tour around the islet where you will be presented with the best puffin spots. During the tour you get to enjoy a packed lunch while you are surrounded by the beautiful nature. Afterwards we will head back to the only and lovely small village of Mykines with old turf-roofed houses where you will get to enjoy a nice cup of coffee or tea at a local café.

Duration: 7 hours
Difficulty: Easy to moderate
Tour end: Hotel Føroyar (drop off)
Included: Transport from Hotel Føroyar, local guide, sightseeing and birdwatching, hiking fee, lunch pack, water, and coffee at local cafe.
What to bring: Good hiking shoes, clothes suitable to the weather and a camera.

See a video of the tour here: Mykines - Faroe Islands — Outdoor

Yoga With Heibrith

Enjoy a yoga session in Velbastaður where yoga instructor Heibrith will invite you to her lovely home in Velbastaður. If the weather allows it you will start with 1 hour yoga on the outdoor terrace where you have an amazing view over Sandoy and Hestur island – If not yoga will be inside. After yoga you get to enjoy a cold drink in the homes sauna and also the outdoor shower. Afterwards you will be invited inside for some light refreshments. This is a 2-3 hour visit.

Price (min. 2 pax – max. 4 pax.)

DKK 595,- per person

Booking on request.

Footsteps Of The Vikings Hike

Enjoy a 4 hour hike on the west coast of the Faroe Islands where you will hear stories about the Vikings and see nature & views like no other.

DKK 1.500,- per person

Booking on request.

Boat Tour To Vestmanna Birdcliffs

2 hour boat tour under the birdcliffs of Vestmanna. You sail through narrow sounds and into deep grottes, carved by surf through the ages

DKK 398,- per person

Available everyday from April to September

Booking on request.

Fishing Trip

An authentic fishing experience where you sail in a traditional Faroese boat. You sail across the fjords and villages, and get to enjoy the peace & quite from sea. In the Atlantic waters you typical catch fish like cod, haddock, whiting, saithe, ling and tusk.

DKK 1.295,- per person

Duration: 3,5 – 4 hours

Days available:
Wednesdays and Thursdays fishing trip in Funningsfjørður at 09.00 and 13.30
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays fishing trip in Àrnafjørður at 09.00 and 13.30
Mondays and Tuesdays fishing trip in Hvannasund at 09.00 and 13.30

Fish & Dine

An authentic fishing experience where you sail in a traditional Faroese boat. You sail across the fjords and villages, and get to enjoy the peace & quite from sea. In the Atlantic waters you typical catch fish like cod, haddock, whiting, saithe, ling and tusk. After the fishing tour you will be invited in to a private home for a home cooked Faroese 3 course meal.

from DKK 1.955,- per person

Duration: 7 hours

Days available:
Wednesdays and Thursdays in Elduvík at 13.30
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in Àrnafjørður at 13.30
Mondays and Tuesdays in Hvannasund at 13.30
Fridays in Eiði at 09.00

Týr Tour To Suðuroy
– The untouched pearl

Full day trip to Suðuroy, the southernmost island. You will take the ferry at 08:45 on a 2-hour long ferry ride passing Sandoy, Skúvoy, Lítla Dímun and Stóra Dímun, while listening to stories about the Viking legends Tróndur and Sigmund. When arriving at the port, you will take a short drive down to the southernmost point of the Faroe Island, Akraberg, before going north exploring stunning sights and charming historic villages, while immersing yourself in the secrets of the Vikings.

DKK 2.500,- per person

Price incl. ferry from Tórshavn, guide & transport on Suðuroy, ferry ticket and food incl. beverages

Tour is available Wednesdays from 08.45 – 20.45

Mykines
– The bird paradise

Mykines, long believed to be the Island referred to as “Paradise of Birds!” by the hardy Irish seafaring monk, St.Brendan in the 6th century during his sea-faring adventure in the North Atlantic.

The perfect setting to take a deep breath and enjoy the calm, away from the rest of the world, to marvel at the rugged landscape, be fascinated by the antics of the Puffin colony that graces the island with its presence every summer, or just to walk in the steps of the Vikings!

Our tour is the only Mykines Tour where we take care of you from departure to return - no need to worry about ferry tickets, local tourist tax payment website, lunch etc. - all you need to do is turn up and we take care of the rest!

DKK 1.850,- per person

Price incl. guide, ferry ticket, hiking fee, and lunch

Meeting point: Port of Sørvágur

Tour is available Thursday from 1st of May to 31st of August, Wednesdays from 10.30 – 18.00

Exclusive boat tour
– Drangarnir

Get front row views of one of the islands’ most breath-taking spots!

Drangarnir, which means ‘sea stacks’ in Faroese, is an impressive sight. It has been photographed from all angles, but no image can do the experience justice. On this 1,5-hourfamily-friendly sightseeing tour, you’ll be guided by our experienced skipper, Elias. A long-time Sørvágur resident, Elias knows the area intimately and has plenty of stories to tell about the local surroundings. Elias will take you as close to Drangarnir as possible and, if weather permits it, you’ll sail through the stacks, under the arch. Múlafossur waterfall, in the village of Gásadalur, is only a short distance away and can also be visited.

Experiencing Drangarnir up close is an experience you’ll never forget.

DKK 995,- per person

Price incl. boat tour, guide & refreshments

Meeting point: Bakkavegur, Port of Sørvágur


Tour is available every day from 17.00 – 18.30

Sandoy
– The Saga island & Kirkjubøur

Enjoy the beautiful nature, rich birdlife and history on this whole day guided tour to Sandoy and Kirkjubøur. Visit all the old sites that date back to the viking era and the beautiful churches. During the tour you will visit many charming villages with stunning sights, where you will have the opportunity to take great pictures for keepsake. The day ends with a visit to the historic Kirkjubøur. Kirkjubøur is home to the ruins of the Saint Magnus Cathedral, and the oldest church in the Faroe Islands, the Saint Olav's Church, which is still being used to this day.

DKK 1.995,- per person

Price incl. transfer from Tórshavn, entre fees, guide, and lunch

Tour is available Sundays between June and August.

Fishing tour in Vágar

Cast your line and catch your next meal in spectacular surroundings.

The pristine waters of the FaroeIslands are home to an incredible diversity of fish species, including cod,haddock, coalfish, dab, plaice and more. Our2-hour fishing tours are a great option for experienced anglers and novicesseeking thrilling saltwater action in Sørvágur fjord.
You’ll be joined by our friendly skipper, Elias.

You get to keep the fish.

DKK 995,- per person

Price incl. fishing poles, bait, and other necessary fishing equipment*. Coffee, tea and snacks.

 *If you lose some pirks or traces, the price is DKK 50,-

Duration: 2 hours

Tour is available every day at 17.00

Boat tour in Vágar
– Photography tour

Experience the breathtaking beauty of the Faroe Islands from a unique perspective on our must-go photo boat tour, assisted by a local professional photographer. Whether you choose to book the boat for yourself, with a crew, or join other photographers on the tour, you’ll have the chance to capture stunning shots of the rugged coastline and possibly even spot some seals playing in the water.

Our tour will begin in Sørvágur, where we’ll set sail through the stunning fjord. As we make our way tour first destination, the Drangarnir sea stacks, you’ll have the opportunity to capture some truly unique and breathtaking images. We’ll also visit the other worldly Tindhólmur sea stacks, the Skarðsa, and Múlafossur waterfalls, where you can capture the falls as they plummet into the ocean below.

Whether you’re a trained photographer or just starting out, our local photographer will be on hand to offer tips and guidance on how to get the perfect shot. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the beauty of the Faroe Islands and capture some stunning photos.

DKK 1.450,- per person

Price incl. boat tour, guide and refreshments
Duration: 2 hours
Tour is available every day at 15.00

Guided Bike Tour

Enjoy the Faroese fresh air and scenery from a bike seat on these guided bike tours that start in Tórshavn. 

From DKK 635,- per person

2 hour city sightseeing bike tour Tórshavn / Wednesdays at 10.15
3 hour bike tour to Norðadalsskarð / Tuesdays at 10.15
3 hour bike tour to Kirkjubøur / Thursdays at 10.15

Horseback Tour

Enjoy the surroundings of Tórshavn on a horseback. 

1½ hours with Berghestar (for everyone)

DKK 600,- per person

Day tour with Berghestar (for experienced)

DKK 1.150,- per person

Booking on request

Home Visit At Garðahús
- Home-grown hospitality and beautiful gardens

Enjoy Garðahúsið´s hospitality and the beautiful garden “á Gørðum” in Søldarfjørður. Experience nature´s peaceful song and enjoy the lovely sight of Skálafjørður beneath you. Get a homemade meal served in warm and cosy surroundings.

Fish soup and Faroese bread

DKK 350,- per person

Two course meal (min. 6 pax)

DKK 500,- per person

Three course meal (min. 6 pax)

DKK 600,- per person

Booking on request

Fishing trip from Tórshavn

By boat we head out for a fishing trip in and around the area of Tórshavn. Exactly which area, the weather will determine.

4-hour fishing trip incl. all fishing equipment & coffee/tea.

DKK 1.300,- per person

Booking on request every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.

The tour will be confirmed when min. 3 people have signed up.

Sightseeing from the sea

Come along and enjoy a 2-hour sightseeing tour from the sea. Where the tour goes, will be determined by yourself and the weather conditions on this day.

DKK 700,- per person

Booking on request every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.

The tour will be confirmed when min. 3 people have signed up.

Sightseeing around Nólsoy

Enjoy a 2-hour sightseeing tour around the island Nólsoy. We sail close to the cliffs on the eastern side where you will experience diverse birdlife including puffins.

DKK 700,- per person

Booking on request every Tuesday & Friday.

The tour will be confirmed when min. 3 people have signed up.

Restaurant Menu´s
– beverages not included

Áarstova

3 course menu

DKK 600,-

Ræst

Set menu

DKK 1.400,-

ROKS


Ruts restaurant

Set menu
Set menu

Ruts set menu

DKK 595,-
DKK 895,-

DKK 700,-

Skeiva Pakkhús

Menu Norðlýsið

DKK 625,-

Packed Lunch

Small

DKK 95,-

Large

DKK 160,-

Ress Spa Treatments

Full Body Massage

60 min

DKK 950,-

Body Firming Detox

60 min

DKK 950,-

Head, Neck & Shoulder Treatment

30 min

DKK 650,-

Lavender Dream

90 min

DKK 1.350,-

Hot Stone Treatment

75 min

DKK 1.095,-

Treatment For Expecting Mothers

90 min

DKK 1.350,-

Pure Aromatherapy Indulgence

90 min

DKK 1.250,-

Gentleman Facial

60 min

DKK 895,-

Restorative Anti-Age Facial

90 min

DKK 1.495,-

Express refresher

30 min

DKK 650,-

Pure Aromatherapy Indulgence

90 min

DKK 1.250,-

Customized Deep Cleansing

60 min

DKK 950,-

Rasul

30 min

From DKK 450,-

Infrared Sauna

30 min

From DKK 350.-

Manicure

30 min

DKK 350,-

Nailpolish On Feet Incl. Footbath

30 min

DKK 350,-

Shellac

75 min

DKK 400,-

S logo in the Faroe Islands
Ein loysn frá Sendistovuni