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Faroe Islands Luxury Vacations


Faroe Islands: Magical Waterfalls and Jagged Coastlines

Part of Denmark, this archipelago sits in the North Atlantic Ocean between its arctic neighbors Iceland and Norway. This is a place of impressive natural beauty, with rolling green landscapes, magical waterfalls and jagged coastlines.

When to go
From price
$7,500 pp*
Ideal length
5 days


Make yourself at home in your private house or exclusive hotel, where you’ll have time to make the most of the direct beach access or luxuriate in the delightful spa. Begin your Faroe Islands experience by sampling some of the best local produce these secluded islands have to offer, with exquisite seafood dishes prepared by connoisseurs whose food is sought after by Michelin star chefs around the world.

The Faroe Islands is a place to celebrate the great outdoors. Seize the day and dive, complete with all the arctic gear, to discover underwater kelp forests and botanic seaweed gardens. Gaze at unbelievable views of the lush green hills and spectacular rock formations from the ocean as you cruise onboard a vintage schooner.

Enter a vast sea grotto in the caves of Hestoy on a smaller vessel where you will witness an extraordinary music concert – where musicians take centre stage on rocky ledges in this unique, magical concert venue.


Hike inland to Kalsoy Island’s Kallur Lighthouse and Trøllanes, a blissfully remote village in the north of the island. Home to the famed black and white puffins, and where the surrounding mountains are so high that the sun can’t be seen here during the winter months. Best known for its dramatic portrayal in the James Bond movie, No Time To Die

Discover epic waterfalls and listen to your guide, a passionate local who will tell tales of the Viking age and how Trælanípa earned its infamous name of slave cliff. Stop for a picnic lunch of Faroese sushi at the edge of the cliff as you soak up the beauty of this extraordinary setting.


To get even closer to some of the incredible rock formations and sea stacks you will have seen along the way, mix up the hiking with some adrenaline-fueled experiences. Go beneath the extraordinary Múlafossur waterfall – which is even more stunning in real life – onboard a RIB. Or, fashion lovers can get stuck in with insight into the Faroese fashion industry in a local knitwear workshop.

Bring your incredible Faroese experience to an end by swapping your two feet for two wheels and discovering the hidden gems of your surroundings by mountain bike. These wondrous and secluded islands are a must-see for those into exploring the great outdoors, those who appreciate good food and even better hospitality from welcoming locals.

* Prices depend on level of experiences and accommodation. This is based on 4 adults traveling for 5 nights excluding international flights.