(Updated 15 November 2021)
Please note that this website only contains information about travel to the Faroe Islands. For information on travel to other countries, please contact the relevant country’s authorities.
Arriving in the Faroe Islands
When you travel to the Faroe Islands, your are entering the Kingdom of Denmark. This means that the rules for entering Denmark also apply to the Faroe Islands. Read the guidelines for entering Denmark/Faroe Islands here.
Requirements for arrivals to the Faroe Islands
Travellers who are unable to present a valid COVID pass are required to get tested upon arrival. This means, travellers who are not able to present the following certificates:
- Valid vaccination certificate
- Valid COVID test (not older than 72 hours)
- Certificate of Recovery (within one year)
Testing two days after arrival
All travellers are advised to take a COVID test two days after arrival to the Faroe Islands and to be extra cautious until receiving a negative test result.
If you have been in transit in an area, the infection rate of the original country/region of departure applies when entering the Faroe Islands. In this context, transit means that you have not been in contact with people in the transit country/region. For example, if the transit country/region has a high infection rate, it is crucial that you do not make contact with people there as this will result in the transit country/region being determined as your original country/region of departure when you arrive in the Faroe Islands.