Exclusive 1,5 Hour Drangarnir Boat Tour

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Meeting point: Port on Bakkavegur, Sørvágur, Faroe Islands.

1,5-hour boat tour to Drangarnir

Get front row views of the one of the islands’ most breath-taking spots!

Drangarnir, which means ‘sea stacks’ in Faroese, is an impressive sight. It has been photographed from all
angles, but no image can do the experience justice.

On this 1,5-hour family-friendly sightseeing tour, you’ll be guided by our experienced skipper, Elias.

A long-time Sørvágur resident, Elias knows the area intimately and has plenty of stories to tell about the
local surroundings. Remember to ask him about the ‘water elf’!

Elias will take you as close to Drangarnir as possible and, weather permitting, you’ll sail through the stacks,
under the arch. Múlafossur water, in the village of Gásadalur, is only a short distance away and can also be

We keep the number of passengers at 8.

Experiencing Drangarnir up close is an experience you’ll never forget.
Check availability by choosing a date and book this private boat tour to Drangarnir now.

You are also welcome to rent the entire boat for a privat exclusive trip

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