Chasing Elements in the Faroe Islands

The Faroe Islands consists of eighteen isolated islands in the Atlantic Ocean, halfway between Norway and Iceland. When standing in it's rugged, Game of Thrones like landscape, it's not hard to understand why National Geographic readers named it The Best Travel Destination in 2015.

Despite becoming an attractive destination for landscape photographers, it's rare to meet other travellers and you'll feel just how remote these islands are..

Visiting the Faroe Islands in early November gives us dramatic conditions and, if we're lucky, a fresh layer of snow. With the constantly changing weather you can experience 4 seasons in one day, meaning endless of opportunities to capture beautiful images.

The islands are known for their amazing waterfalls, stunning fjords, epic coastline and rough weather. As a bonus, we'll also visit the southern most island, Suduroy, and photograph it's unique landscape while experiencing life on a remote island in the Atlantic Ocean.


Quick Facts

Dates: November 2-9, 2019
Location: The Faroe Islands
Available seats: 10/10
Tour leaders: Christian Hoiberg and Thomas Vikre
Difficulty level: Easy (Note: At least two locations require a short hike)
Price: $3390 based on double occupancy. Single rooms are available for an additional fee of $600.
Registration deposit: $600 (full payment required no later than 60 days prior to the tour)

Arrival: Vágar Airport (FAE)
Departure: Vágar Airport (FAE)

- Accommodation in hotels. Single rooms are available upon request for an additional fee of $600 per person
- All in-tour transportation
- Two professional landscape photography guides
- Individual post-processing sessions
- Wi-Fi at the hotel
- Breakfast at hotel

Not included
- Any travel services required prior to arrival at Vágar Airport (FAE).
- Any private insurances, taxes, levies, immigration, duty and visa fees where applicable
- Lunch, dinner and any personal items including alcoholic beverages, snacks and souvenirs.