FAM Trip to the Faroe Islands

Our Highlights of the Faroe Islands

Anna and Maria Cities+Tours, went on a FAM trip to the picturesque Faroe Islands in April 2024. Accompanied by Stéphanie and Michelle from Haman Scandinavia and Terra Nova, they explored the unique landscapes and cultural experiences the Faroe Islands offer. This journey allowed them to deepen their understanding of the region, its attractions, and accommodations, enabling them to better inform and guide future travellers seeking authentic adventures in this stunning part of the world.

Did you know?

Sheep Outnumber People: The Faroe Islands are home to about 70,000 sheep, which significantly outnumber the approximately 50,000 residents.

Unique Language: Faroese, the local language, is one of the smallest of the Germanic languages and has its roots in Old Norse. It’s still widely spoken, despite the islands’ small population.

No Forests: The Faroe Islands have almost no natural forests. The treeless landscape is due to the combination of its harsh weather and grazing animals.

Rugged Landscape: The Faroe Islands consist of 18 volcanic islands, creating a dramatic landscape with steep cliffs and numerous waterfalls.

Birdwatcher’s Paradise: The islands are home to millions of seabirds, including puffins, kittiwakes, and guillemots, making it a paradise for bird enthusiasts.

Climate: Despite being so far north, the islands have a relatively mild climate due to the Gulf Stream, which keeps temperatures above freezing in winter.

Discover more about the Faroe Islands

In the magical landscape of steep cliffs, green meadows and cascading waterfalls, they experienced the highlights of what the Faroe Islands have to offer. We are happy to continue developing and promoting this fantastic destination. In the link below, you can read more about what an unforgettable trip to this wild paradise can look like.