6 Days Adventure Tours Around The Faroe Islands

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Monday - Golden Circle ( Saksun, Tjørnvík & Gjógv )  ( 7 hours )
The journey takes you to the Northern Eysturoy and Streymoy were you will visit the three villages Saksun, Tjørnuvík & Gjógv.
on the road you will also see some beautiful sights like the biggest waterfall, "Fossá" and the two rocks that stand tall in the ocean, " Risin og Kellingin" - The witch and the Giant.

Tuesday: Mykines "The Puffin Island" ( 10.5 Hours )
A whole day trip to the Ramsar  island, Mykines, were you will drive from Tórshavn to the village Sørvágur and from there sail with a ferry for 40 min. to Mykines. arriving in Mykines, a local greets you and invited you to his house were he has prepared a packed lunch.
when everyone is ready, the journey goes towards the lighthouse which is situated on the islet Mykineshólmur. the hike itself to the islet, is probably the best hiking you can do in the Faroes. thousands of puffins, Kittiwakes, Gannets and a few Guillemots surround you in the air while you walk on the beautiful path.
on the lighthouse we eat the packed lunch on the Westernmost point of the Faroes.
the hike back, well take another route, and from there you will get up close to the Gannets, which is the biggest bird of the Faroes.

Wednesday: Northern Islands - Six islands in one day ( 11,5 Hours )
A whole day tour up North, where we will visit the six islands Streymoy, Eysturoy, Borðoy, Kunoy, Kalsoy & Viðoy.
This tour includes a lot of driving, visiting many villages such as Klaksvík, Mikladalur, Trøllanes, Viðareiði and many more. From klaksvík there is a 20 min. sail to Kalsoy, were you will get the opportunity to see the Faroes from the sea.

Thursday: Suðuroy ( 10.5 Hours )

This day tour takes us to the most remote island of the all, Suðuroy which has a reputation for it's raw nature and strong culture.

To and from Suðuroy is a two hour long sail trip, were we pass the small islands Stóri Dímun and Lítli Dímun

Friday: Vestmanna Sea Cliffs ( 6,5 Hours )

The journey takes us to the village Vestmanna were the large, comfortable boat that will take you for the 2.5 hour sail to the Vestmanna bird cliffs awaits you. 

to and from Vestmanna, there will be guided sightseeing in beautiful landscapes. 

Saturday: Photography Tour on Vágar island  ( 7 Hours ) 

a day trip to the islands Vágoy, which is famous for its outstanding nature, the Múlaffosur waterfall, lake over the ocean and much more. 

What´s Included

All Included tours, no hidden fees or charges

What to bring

Good walking shoes

Hiking shoes for Mykines

Warm, waterproof clothes


Additional information

  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
  • Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required
  • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
  • Subject to favorable weather conditions. If canceled due to poor weather, you will be given the option of an alternative date or full refund
  • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
  • Hotel pickups commence approximately 45 minutes prior to this time



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Enjoy this whole day guided tour to three of the most beautiful villages, the biggest waterfall and some of the best viewpoints the Faroe Islands has to offer. Between every village is a photo stop or two, there will be plenty of time to wander about, either on your own or accompanied by the tour guide. Food & Beverages served throughout the tour.

What To Expect

You will be picked up in the morning at your hotel or designated pick-up point. From here on it’s just a matter of sitting back, relaxing and enjoying the scenic ride, accompanied by the guide’s stories, while we drive out from Tórshavn.
The first village we will visit is called Saksun. Here you will have the opportunity to wander about, take pictures and enjoy the incredible beauty surrounding the village.
The second village is called Tjørnuvík, famous for its beachside view of ”risin og kellingin” (the giant and the witch) two majestic sea-stacks, named after a legend describing their origin.
Along the journey from Tjørnuvík to the village Gjógv, we will stop by the waterfall Fossá, which is considered to be the biggest waterfall in the Faroes.
Arriving at Gjógv (meaning gorge) you will be served food and beverages. Having lunch by the huge gorge is an indescribable experience. While in Gjógv you will have time to take a stroll around the village and out to the end of the gorge, after which we will move on to a place called Eiðisskarð. From here you will have an even better view of ”the giant and the witch”.
We will return to Tórshavn along the scenic old mountain road, along which, you will see the only prison of the Faroe Islands along with an incredible view from Norðadalsskarð, overlooking the island of Koltur.
When we arrive back in Tórshavn, you will be dropped off right at your hotel or designated drop-off point.


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Experience a whole day out on the tranquil bird island Mykines. Mykines is a protected Ramsar site because of its rich bird-life and outstanding natural beauty. Walk among the birds in one of the biggest puffin colonies in the world, on your way to the famous white lighthouse at the westernmost point of the Faroe Islands. Enjoy our organic packed lunch of home made bread with traditional local toppings and quench your thirst with natural spring-water. Back in the village of Mykines, you are invited in by a local, to a old typical Faroese style built turf roof house, from 1880. Immerse yourself deep in the Faroese culture, as a local invites you to a home made dinner and regional delicacies and share with you their stories from this remote island of Mykines.

What To Expect:

You will be picked right outside your hotel. After leaving Tórshavn the journey takes us by the old mountain road towards Vágoy, were you will drive through one, of the Faroe Islands two subsea tunnels. Arriving at the village of Sørvágur, we will board the ferry that takes us to Mykines. When we get to the islands of Mykines, you will be greeted by a local guide, and the amazing tour begins.  Lunch and bottled water will be provided for you for the hike, so all you will have to do, is to enjoy the wonders surrounding you in this majestic place. When arriving back in the village after the hike, you will be invited into a local, who lives in a traditional, wooden house with turf roof. Here you will be get the opportunity to try some homemade, Faroese food. After eating, you have approx. One hour to explore the village on your own before the ferry sails back into the mainland, and from there you will be driven back to the capital of Tórshavn. 

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A whole day guided tour, where you will visit six islands in one day. Pick up and drop off right at your hotel in Tórshavn. After joining the tour, you can sit back and enjoy the stories from the Tour Guide and the fantastic surroundings outside while we head up North. You will see the famous statue of the seal woman, visit Kalsoy, Klaksvík, Kunoy, Viđareiđi and many other places. Several photo stops are made on the way and you will be provided with a Packed Lunch & Beverages also. This is a tour with everything included, no extra fees so you can just enjoy the day, and let the locals do everything for you.

What To Expect:
This is a whole day guided tour with food, drinks, ferry ticket and all fees included in the price. You will be picked up and dropped off right at your hotel in Tórshavn. You will visit six islands, Streymoy, Eysturoy, Borđoy, Kalsoy, Viđoy and Kunoy which is 1/3 of all the Faroese islands. Several photo stops and visits in various villages such as Mikladalur, home of the seal woman and Viðareiði, the northernmost village in the Faroe Islands. The tour will also take you trough one of the two sub sea tunnels in the Faroe Islands, which has an art installation made by the famous artist, Tróndur Patursson. 

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The Journey takes us to the Southernmost island in the Faroe Islands Suðuroy, which has been out of the reach for many tourists until now.

The reason for this is first and foremost the two hour sail trip each way, and also the difficult bus connections on the island.

Suðuroy i known for it’s  spectacularly raw landscape, strong culture and nice people with quite a different dialéct than most other Faroese.

MM Tours is currently, together with locals, researching and planning these tours for 2020 and we expect a full Itinerary to be ready by the end of October 

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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 & 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. 

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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.