Skúvoy – Puffins, landscapes and history

Skúvoy – Puffins, landscapes and history

Experience The island Skúvoy with  Oda W. Andreasen as your guide. Oda has a thorough knowledge about puffins from her 5 years as a local inhabitant and guide on the puffin island Mykines.

Skúvoy is a Ramsar site due to the biggest guillemot colony in the Faroe Islands, but the island also has many puffins and they are right by the village and ferry port.

The Faroese viking Sigmundur Brestisson, who introduced christianity to the Faroe Islands in 999 is buried on Skúvoy and we see his tombstone. We also hike to Fagridalur valley and see the house where legend Rannvá lived when she was expelled from society due to her pregnancy without being married. At the end of the tour we have coffee and cake with a local.

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0-12 years of age

From: kr.1,495.00

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08.30 – 09.00 Boat from Sandoy to Skúvoy
09.00-  13.00 We see puffins near the village and hike to Fagridalur and have lunch in the open in the beautiful green valley
13.00 – 14.30 Village tour and coffee with a local farmer
14.50 – 15.30 Sail back from Skúvoy to Sandoy

Price 1.495,-/pers. min. 2 pers. max. 12 persons. The price includes boat to and from Sandoy to Skúvoy, hiking fee to Fagridalur, guided tour, lunch box and coffee with a local.

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