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The Faroe Islands

The Faroe Islands. A small archipelago in the North Atlantic, counting 18 small islands and a population of only 50,000. In addition to offering scenic landscapes and vibrant wildlife, the country has much else to offer. With a history spanning more than a thousand years, the Faroe Islands is rich in cultural practices, traditions, and geo-specific nuances, making it an exciting destination for the curious traveler – what that is in terms of nature, culture, history, or all of the former.


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The Atlantic Puffin second most prosperous species of bird in the Faroe Islands, only exceeded by fulmar. These charming little bird with colourful beaks have charmed their way into the hearts of the Faroese and tourists alike. There are around 500,000 pairs of breeding puffin in the Faroe Islands. Puffins are found all around the Faroe Islands, but they are especially prevalent on the island of Mykines.

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For centuries the Faroe Islands was reserved to their 50.000 citizens. But with an increased interest in the Faroes and a growing tourism sector, REMÓT Travel wanted to take part in sharing our beautiful and unspoiled Islands through positive tourism. With REMÓT Experiences, our Travelers get to experience the fascinating sights, authentic encounters, and distinct gastronomy the Faroe Islands has to offer in a luxury format, tailor-made for each traveler.

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Today marks exactly one year since REMÓT Travel launched and proudly invited travelers to experience the Faroe Islands bespokely, sustainably, and authentically.

Despite the ongoing pandemic, it has been an enlightening and prosperous year for REMÓT Travel as well as the Faroe Islands’ tourism sector - The Faroes gained global traction owing to the 25th-anniversary film in the James Bond Franchise, where the culminating scenes of the film were shot in the picturesque village of Trøllanes.

We eagerly anticipate the furtherance of the bespoke luxury travel market in the Faroe Islands in 2022. We wish our travelers and followers a Merry Christmas and thank you for the support throughout the year✨

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Mass-tourism has in multiple cases caused harm to travel destinations’ natural habitats and obstructed local ecosystems. Therefore, REMÓT has adopted @visitfaroeislands’ “Preservolution” strategy. a wordplay on preserve, evolve, and solution, Preservolution is a concept that centers around sustainability. REMÓT partners with locals to initiate and contribute to local initiatives to further secure the preservation of our landscape, culture and local community while offering our travelers extraordinary experiences.

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At REMÓT Travel, we are proud to announce that we are the newest Destination Master at XO Private ✨

XO Private connects the world of luxury travel by bringing together the most sought-after destinations connoisseurs, the most creative experience curators, and unique experiences. We are honored to be part of this established platform and we look forward to working with XO private on further instituting REMÓT Travel as the foremost DMC of the Faroe Islands

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The Faroe Islands is known to have some of the finest seafood on the planet.

The combination of frigid Arctic waters and the warm Gulf Stream around these islands creates a fertile breeding ground for some of the best fish and seafood in the world. Travelers are known to fly across the globe to experience a private tasting experience of locally harvested lobster and seafood from the anonymous “Lobster Man,” who has supplied lobster to the most coveted restaurants across the planet. We offer our REMÓT Traveler’s premium private dining experiences with the mythical lobster connoisseur, as well as fine dining at local fish restaurants.

Visit remottravel.com to start your Journey to the Faroe Islands today! Travelers are connected with a REMÓT Travel Specialist to meet any custom requests and collaborate on crafting the perfect itinerary for your journey. ...



Do you want a serene and curative escape from the whirlwind of everyday life?

Be prepared to be stunned by several elements when visiting the Faroe Islands: Scenic landscapes, unique culinary traditions, a rich and humble culture, and much more. With REMÓT Travel you can experience fascinating site visits, divine culinary adventures, and unforgettable cultural encounters - REMÓT journeys put a special emphasis on luxury feel and particular regard to their travelers. To ensure a superbly bespoke experience, travelers are connected with a REMÓT Travel Specialist to meet any custom requests and collaborate on crafting the perfect itinerary for your journey.

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The hike from the old Mykines town adorned with turf-roofed houses to the lighthouse at the end of the islet of Mykineshólmur is a particularly astounding excursion. Giving a sense as if you are at the edge of the world. The secluded Island of Mykines has deservedly turned into visitors of the Faroe Islands’ top pick.

Experience breathtaking perspectives on the sea toward the west and different islands toward the east as you stroll across the island named the "paradise of birds" in view of its superb and rich bird life, including many adorable puffins settled in tunnels in the clifftops throughout the mid year months.

📷: @thecommonwanderer

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