Hi Vishnu, Faroe Islands has been on my bucket list for so long, excited to see that you're planning a trip there. This archipelago is fairly elusive and located between Denmark and Norway (although it comes under the Kingdom of Denmark). A major reason why the islands remain exclusive is the super expensive flight ticket! If you're already in Norway or Denmark, then getting to Faroe Islands is not so expensive, however, if you're flying to and fro India, expect to spend about 1 lakh+ per person on flights. I have researched about the islands and even written about the best places you must visit in Faroe Islands. You can click this link for more: https://www.tripoto.com/trip/move-over-iceland-a-trip-to-faroe-islands-is-zooming-right-into-our-bucket-lists-5ad847416fc05 Hope this helps :)
Have a happy trip!
Hi Vishnu, Located roughly halfway between Norway and Iceland, the Faroe Islands are made up of 18 rocky, volcanic islands in the wild North Atlantic. They technically are an autonomous part of Denmark – meaning they use the Danish Krone and are officially “part” of Denmark according to the UN – but they feel worlds away from the bustling streets of Copenhagen.
In fact, the total population of the Faroe Islands is only about 50,000. It is a place definitely worth visiting. Do take a look at what a traveler on Tripoto experienced while travelling to Faroe Islands. Hope this helps