A near neighbour to Iceland, the Faroe Islands are an excellent location for a two-centre holiday. Located roughly midway between Scotland and Iceland, this intriguing collection of islands offer a wonderful opportunity for slow travel, walking and sightseeing. Like Iceland, the Faroes are rugged and wild, but as we have found out there’s plenty that is quite unique.
Take to the open road this summer for an Iceland self-drive holiday and set off on a great adventure. Huge dramatic landscapes, small remote settlements, tucked away valleys, stunning coastlines and as it’s summer, hardly any darkness. Slow travel, lazy evenings, an unforgettable experience. Perfect if you’re looking for some real time out with a difference.
Combine the experience of Iceland’s most beautiful and pristine landscapes with sightings of its secretive and unusual wildlife. Organised by outstanding specialists with extensive local knowledge and experience to help you encounter Arctic fox, terns, guillemots, puffins, razorbills, seals and whales. Travel by foot, kayak or jeep and stay for a day, or longer or join an expedition with camping or farmhouse stays. Perfect for photographers….
Making a journey around Iceland by sea is an active and adventurous way to take a cruise, with everything you’d expect from a holiday Iceland-style. A smaller ship, more stops and an Icelandic crew who provide authentic food, excellent guidance and warm hospitality.
Perfect if your idea of a cruise is more about seeing the great outdoors than packing jackets or evening dresses.