Incl. a visit to the Seal Woman in Mikladalur on the island Kalsoy

On this tour we will first drive from Tórshavn to Klaksvík, the fishery capital and the second biggest town in the Faroes where we take the ferry to Syðradal on Kalsoy. 

Then we drive up to Mikladal to visit the Seal Woman, a statue by the shore of the village Mikladalur which represent the seal woman who was forced to live with a human, but who all the time was longing to get back to live in the sea as a seal.

By the northern most village on the island, Trøllanes, we go off road and head for the light house. There is no path, but we are walking on grass and stony surface.

The view by the lighthouse is absolute breathtaking. To the south you see the vertical side of the 537 m high mountain Borgarin. To the west you see Eysturoy and to the east you see the north side of Kunoy and Viðoy.

In addition to these prices, a hiking fee of DKK 300 per person, will be added to the price.

Facts

Duration8 hours
IncludedGuide, lunch box, transport, ferry
Pick upAt 8:30 at the bus station in the harbor of Tórshavn
Level of difficultyEasy. Suitable for children to walk but it is very steep once you reach the lighthouse.
ConditionsGrass
What to wearHiking shoes with rough bottom, clothes suitable for all weather and windproof/waterproof jacket
LanguagesScandinavian languages, French, English, German and Spanish
Prices DKK 6.375 (for 1-4 persons)/ DKK 1.350 per extra person
Phone us on +298 34 59 00 or send an email to booking@excursions.fo

Disclaimer: Your safety is our highest priority. We draw your attention to the risks associated with the unique characteristics of the Faroese environment. Consequently, should you venture into the Faroese environment, either alone, following inspiration from our website, or together with one of our tour guides, you do so entirely at your own risk. We accept no liability for any injury or loss that may occur as a result.
 

About our guide Randi Meitel

Randi Meitil has been organizing and guiding trekking tours and other voyages in the Faroe Islands for almost 20 years. She is born and lives in the capital of the islands, Tórshavn. 

She is a passionate mediator of Faroese nature, culture and history and knows all the legends connected to the landscape of her beloved islands. Her aim is to give people an experience that is as authentic and original as possible. Beside the scandinavian languages she is guiding in French, English, German and Spanish.

About our guide Randi Meitel