With just 80,000 people speaking Faroese worldwide, it's perhaps understandable that the language hasn't made it onto Google Translate. But try telling that to the growing number of frustrated tourists who can’t learn a few phrases before they visit.
In an effort to solve the problem, Visit Faroe has launched its own version of the online language tool with the help of friendly locals who will translate live by video, thus providing a free on-demand service for anyone around the world curious to learn a little Faroese.
And the best thing - it really works. Try Faroe Islands Translate for yourself.