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Faroe Islands

Faroe Islands - Beauty At Its Best; A Must Visit Tourist Destination

Faroe Islands are group of islands consisting of 18 major islands, which are located within the Kingdom of Denmark. It’s sprawled across 1,400 km (540 sq mi).

Known for its lush green valleys and pleasant climate, it is one tourist destination where peace seems to have made it its destination.

Never forget to opt a window seat as feast for your eyes begin the moment the flight hovers over those deep blue seas covered by curved valleys minutes before  you land in your dreamland destination - Faroe Islands.

The rich flora and fauna at Faroe Islands will undoubtedly make you spell-bound. You may even have goose-bumps as your eyes gorge on the true colours of the nature.

The major languages spoken in Faroe Islands are Faroese and Danish. However, you can get along easily if you know English.

The Faroe Islands are definitely beautiful: wind-swept, green and rugged. Most of the travelers visit Faroe Islands between early July and late August.

Tourism In Faroe Islands:

The Faroe Islands tourist season is very small. It starts in May and ends in September.  If people want to evade the busiest tourist season, it is suggested to visit Faroe Islands in late May or early June. It has its own outlook with unpredictable weather.

The major reason to visit Faroe Islands is its unbelievable scenery and nature. The fresh air, the vertical sea cliffs, the deep blue ocean, plus the green mountains along with their striking valleys, is amazing which would astonish everyone who enjoys being enclosed by nature.

The major attractions of Faroe Islands are related to scenery and its natural beauty of islands.  The boat journey to the amazing cliffs of Vestmanna, in recent years has become a must visit destination place for every Faroes visitors. Sandoy boat journey are planned to view the striking western Sandoy cliffs as well as the nests on the well-known cliffs of Skúvoy. Bird watching and Whale watching are some of the other significant activities; ornithologists have recognized around 300 species of birds in Faroe Islands.

Faroe Islands Visas