After pick up, it’s a one hour drive from Tórshavn to Klaksvík which is located on the island Borðoy. We will enter a small ferry from Klaksvík to Syðradalur and the sailing time is approx. 20 minutes. arriving in Kalsoy, we will drive through 5 narrow tunnels and 4 small villages until we are in Trøllanes. arriving in Trøllanes, the local farmer greets you, and you will walk with him for approx. one hour to the lighthouse. the hike is Easy/Medium arriving at the lighthouse, you will be greeted with a packed lunch and some drinks. you are now free to walk around exactly like you want, and enjoy the rich birdlife and beautiful surroundings. when it’s time, you will back to the village were a bus waits you. Back in Klaksvík we head farther north, to the village Viðareiði, were you will see the two islands Fugloy and Svínoy. Viðareiði is the northernmost islands of the Faroe Islands. from Viðareiði the journey heads towards Kunoy, which means woman island. Arriving in Kunoy you will get the opportunity to walk around as you like, take pictures etc. when the visit in Kunoy is finished we will all get back to the bus and head back towards Tórshavn. you will be dropped of right at your hotel or designated drop-off point in the capital Tórshavn.
All taxes, fees and handling charges, Lunch, Bottled water, Local guide, Hotel pickup and drop-off, Port pickup and drop-off ( "Farstøđin" ) Tórshavn, Coffee and/or Tea, Entry/Admission on Kalsoy, Kallur lighthouse
Warm, Waterproof clothes
Not wheelchair accessible
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 will also be given the option to join the Northern Islands Tour.
Near public transportation
Not recommended for travelers with back problems
Not recommended for pregnant travelers
No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
Please choose a pick-up point from designated pick up points
Most travelers can participate
This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
Hotel pickups commence approximately 30 - 60 minutes prior to this time
Depart from Tórshavn.
Drive to Kollafjørð and stop for coffee
Depart from Kollafjørð and drive past the villages of – Hósvík, Skálabotn, Skipanes, Syðra and Norðagøtu.
Drive by mountain road to the village of Leirvík, where you will be able to see some historical residential, Viking remains.
Drive to the sub sea tunnel to the Northern Islands
Stop at the village of Kunoy, where there will be a photo opportunity.
Depart from Kunoy and drive to the villages of Árnafjørð and Norðdepil for more photo opportunity.
Drive to the village of Viðareiði, through the newest tunnel in the Faroe islands.
Depart the village of Viðareiði and drive towards Klaksvík
Arrive in the village of Klaksvík, were you will able to walk around while waiting for the ferry.
( Packed Lunch & Beverages is served )
Depart on the ferry (Klaksvík ->Syðradalur)
Arrive on the island of Kalsoy
Arrive in the village of Trøllanes, the local tour guide greets you welcome and the Hiking begins
Arrive at Kallur Lighthouse, and spend 30-60 min at the location
Depart Kallur Lighthouse, and head towards the village of Trøllanes
Depart from Kallur Lighthouse towards the village of Trøllanes
Arrive back in the village of Trøllanes, and the local guide shows you to the pre-booked, public bus that will drive you to the village of Syðradalur
Bus departures from the village of Trøllanes
Arrive in the village of Syðradalur where the tour bus waits you, and you board the ferry
Depart on the ferry (Syðradalur ->Klaksvík)
Arrive in the village of Klaksvík and begin the journey back to Tórshavn
Arrive in Tórshavn
Several bathroom breaks and photo stops on the way