North Atlantic archipelago and autonomous territory of Denmark and a true paradise for nature, hiking and photography enthusiasts.
Best time to visit
The best time to visit the Faroe Islands is June to August. If you visit outside of summer, plan for a longer stay due to unpredictable weather.
Money saving tips
Bring snack pots, noodle packets and protein bars with you. Shop for food in the supermarkets and avoid eating out.
The daily suggested budget for the Faroe Islands is $200-300 USD, assuming you’re staying in a mid-range Airbnb and renting a car.
Favourite thing to do
Hiking to Dunnesdrangar was the highlight of our 10-day trip to the Faroe Islands. The hike was easy and the views were amazing!
The Faroe Islands might be wet, windy, foggy and cold, but they are also home to some of the world’s most beautiful and dramatic views. They are the perfect destination for nature lovers, hiking enthusiasts, photography nerds and those on a hunt for unique and unexplored destinations.
The Faroe Islands are an autonomous territory of the Kingdom of Denmark and home to just over 53,000 inhabitants out of which 40% live in the capital, Torshavn. They comprise 18 rocky and grassy volcanic islands and 17 of those are inhabited. Some of the islands are only reachable by ferry or helicopter, while the main, bigger ones are well connected by car or public transportation via underwater and mountain tunnels.