Faroe Islands: Vestmanna Bird Cliffs
Vestmanna bird cliffs on the western shore of the island of Streymoy are massive 2000ft/700m high nearly vertical cliffs and some of the highest sea cliffs in the world. A boat takes you upclose and personal to the rock walls being splashed by massive sea waves. And then the boat goes into grottos and under arches – it all doesn’t feel particularly safe as the boat nearly crashes into the walls on every move, but I guess the captain knows what he is doing. High above you head there are thousands of birds.
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