Tucked between Norway and Iceland, lies this last paradise on earth - the archipelago of islands called the Faroe Islands. Windy, wet, cool, cloudy, beautiful and dreamy.
These islands are an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark, with a population of just 50,030. Interestingly, this island is also called the "Island of the Sheep" because there are double the number of sheep here than people. On an average, there are two sheep for every human here.
This archipelago consists of 18 islands all interconnected with bridges and tunnels. Atlantic Airways provides helicopter service to the islands and there is no railway network here. Vagar Airport is the only airport available in the islands which is connected with international flights.
Sandoy and Suouroy are the main large islands which are connected through tunnels.
One look at any picture of these islands, will surely make you fall in love with its natural beauty of islands, waterfalls, and the ocean. The green mountains and the meadows, the pastures and the grazing sheep, all are so idyllic.
It looks straight from a chapter of a dreamy novel - and you would want to just go there and settle.
How does one reach these islands from India? The big question that pops up immediately to anyone's mind, right?