Posted by: bluesyemre | February 18, 2021

Best Things to do in the Faroe Islands

Welcome to my Faroe Islands Travel guide.

Around 50 thousand people live on the Faroe Islands. But too many of them are men. Faroese women go abroad to study. Many don’t return. Men stay behind to live off the sea. Now the islands are enjoying a growing influx of women from the Philippines. Antonette gets her folk dress out of the closet. Like a native Faroese woman, she’s getting ready for the Ólavsøka, the national holiday of the Faroe Islands. The 36-year-old actually comes from the metropolis of Manila. But life in the Philippines was too loud, stressful and uncertain for her. Antonette sought security and safety and married Regin Egholm a year ago. Her first daughter was born nine months later. Her new happiness on the other side of the world is complete. Antonette is one of about 200 Filipinas who now live on the islands in the North Atlantic. Rain instead of sun, dried fish instead of tropical fruits – at first, their new life on the edge of Europe was a culture shock for many of them. And yet Filipinas and Faroe Islanders often share the same values. Family, faith and tradition are important in both cultures. These values are often reason enough for young, liberated Faroese women to leave. The only university is too small and most men too old-fashioned. As a result, there are about 15 percent more men than women living on the islands today. The government is trying to make the Faroes more attractive. New courses of study and more jobs are supposed to draw Faroese women back to the islands. But in the meantime, women from the Philippines are settling in their new home, where they form the largest ethnic minority on the islands, closely followed by women from Thailand.

The Faroe Islands are home to of the world’s most dramatic landscapes! Enjoy this 4K FPV visual journey across the mind blowing scenery of the Faroe Islands. This relaxation film was created from a completely new perspective that will make you feel like a bird soaring across the islands. From the sheer coastal cliffs to the unreal green landscapes, The Faroe Islands have so much to offer. Filmed by the Incredibly Talented Ellis Van Jason. He is one of the world’s best cinematic FPV Pilots.

Relax by watching stunning aerial views of Faroe Islands. Fly over beautiful nature scenery, waterfalls, beaches and mountains of this unique place on earth, all captured in ultra HD 4K definition, accompanied by ambient music. Our films are perfect for stress relief, relaxation, chill or sleeping.

FAROE ISLANDS (4K UHD) Ambient Drone Film: Heaven on Earth | Piano Music for Relaxing, Yoga, Cafe Relax and let your worries be replaced by stunning aerial nature views from some of FAROE ISLANDS’s most beautiful & iconic landscape locations captured in 4K ultra high definition. It’s paired with a brand new meditation piano ambient musical masterpiece. This video can be used to relax, sleep, meditate, do yoga, study, work, read, cafe and more. The Faroe Islands is a self-governing archipelago, part of the Kingdom of Denmark. It comprises 18 rocky, volcanic islands between Iceland and Norway in the North Atlantic Ocean, connected by road tunnels, ferries, causeways and bridges. Hikers and bird-watchers are drawn to the islands’ mountains, valleys and grassy heathland, and steep coastal cliffs that harbor thousands of seabirds.

2 Years ago I visited Faroe Islands with a friend. I was so impressed about the nature and massiv cliffs. After starting with FPV my absolute goal was to go back and dive these cliffs. So I went back with 2 friends to shot a creative video for the tourism board. I knew that it will be a challenge due to strong wind & unpredictable weather. It was definitely not easy but so worthit.

In the deep North Atlantic lie 18 beautiful islands just waiting to be discovered. The Faroes are synonymous with unspoiled beauty and untouched nature, preserved architecture, clean air and fresh water. Enjoy an exciting and unique combination of nature and culture at their best in this 4K drone adventure. ⌚ Highlights 02:34​ – Punta Rasca Lighthouse 05:03​ – Fjord of Arnafjordur 06:27​ – Mount Malinsfjall 08:52​ – Ancient ruins on archaeological site 10:02​ – Mulafossur waterfall 12:31​ – Coastline of Klakkur 17:34​ – Fossa waterfall 20:40​ – Sorvagsvatn lake 22:46​ – English slave cliff


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