The Faroe Islands are a beautiful group of 18 volcanic islands located in the North Atlantic Ocean, halfway between Iceland and Norway. The Faroes are an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark. The Faroese economy is based on fishing and fish processing, agriculture, and government services. Because the Faroe Islands are located so far north, they have a cool temperate climate with moderate rainfall.
The Faroe Islands are not a popular tourist destination, but they are a great place to visit if you are interested in outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, and whale watching. The Faroese people are friendly and welcoming, and they speak Faroese, Danish, and English.
If you want to call the Faroe Islands from Cameroon, you will need to use a calling card or an international phone card. You can find these cards at most convenience stores and pharmacies. Dial the international access code for Cameroon (00), the country code for the Faroe Islands (298), the area code for the city or region you are calling (usually 1-5 digits), and the phone number (7 digits).