Go ahead and pinch yourself… the Faroe Islands are really this beautiful.
Nestled halfway between Scotland and Iceland in the wild North Atlantic, the Faroe Islands take natural beauty to a whole new level. The 18 volcanic islands that make up the Faroes are packed with jaw-dropping coastlines, wonderfully rugged mountains, inky fjords, idyllic waterfalls and quaint towns where locals live in traditional grass-roofed hamlets. Join your Intrepid leader to discover what makes the Faroes one of Scandinavia’s hidden gems. From following in the footsteps of Vikings in the quirky capital city of Tórshavn and sampling traditional local food to visiting a colony of Atlantic puffins and hiking up sheer clifftops to drink in the views, the Faroe Islands feel entire worlds away from anywhere else on earth.