According to NZ Herald, there are 13 reasons to visit the impossibly beautiful Faroe Islands.
Among those 13 reasons are the puffin colonies, Lake Sørvágsvatn and Kallur lighthouse.
NZ Herald is also impressed by the village of Saksun: “While Matamata might have recently gained notoriety for its ground dwelling abodes, the settlement of Saksun on Streymoy has been a home for its hobbit-hole like abodes since the 1600s. The amphitheatre like lagoon was once connected to the sea and Viking visitors, until it was blocked by sands and erosion.”
NZ Herald furthermore argues that the Faroe Islands have already established themselves as a rising destination for 2019.
“The seemingly impossible coastlines, grass topped houses and puffins make the archipelago an attractive prospect for a remote Nordic escape,” writes the news webpage.
NZ Herald conclusively points out that the Faroe Islands are relatively undiscovered, though no less spectacular than touristy neighbor Iceland.