24 Hours in… Skellige | The Witcher Tourism (Parody)

24 Hours in… Skellige | The Witcher Tourism (Parody)


The crown jewel of the Northern Kingdoms,
the sun is always shining on the Skellige Isles. Situated across the Great Sea, just a short
journey from the coast of Cintra, the six islands of Skellige form one of the
most fascinating lands in The Continent, and one that’s positively packed with things
to do and see. When first arriving in the Skellige Isles,
it can be a little hard to know exactly where to start. We recommend laying anchor at Kaer Trolde.
This mighty port city located on the coast of Ard Skellig is a bustling hub complete
with friendly locals and fun things to do. The doors to the Jarl’s extravagant stronghold
in Kaer Trolde are always open – be sure to head there for yourself, as there’s always
something interesting going on in the main hall. Naturally, the best way to see the Skellige
Isles is by boat, so once you’ve got your bearings you’ll want to rent yourself a ride
and spend your trip hopping between the islands. The icy cold waters are just teeming with
enthusiastic life! Once you’ve set sail, it’s just a short hop
to the isle of Eldberg, a picture-perfect slice of land tucked away on the Great Sea,
and one that’s beautiful day or night. Be sure to vist the old lighthouse and really
admire that impressive architecture. If you’re looking to get back in touch with
nature, we suggest exploring the woods just a short walk from the quaint village of Fayrlund.
In this historic patch of woodland, it’s almost as if the trees have their own personality. You should also be sure to visit the ancient
oak tree of Gedyneith to meditate and seek wisdom from the Druids who call the area home. You could even try your hand at bird watching! If a day at the beach is more your speed,
the Skellige Isles of course has you covered. After a quick ride from Kaer Trolde, you’ll
find yourself at a charming spot packed with sand, sea, and fun. If you’re lucky, you might
even spot a whale or two! History buffs will get a real kick out of visiting
the many ruins and caves nestled away on the isles Kaer Nyssen in particular is located in a
gorgeous patch of countryside, and is always worth a visit – you never know what
you’ll find there. After a hard day of exploring, why not rest
up at Svorlag? The delightful little coastal village is just perfect for anyone looking
to get back to a simpler time. The locals have all manner of strange customs – you might
not fully understand them, but be sure to give them a go! Truly, there’s just so much to see and do
in Skellige. Whether you’re relaxing along the coast, camping a little further inland,
or hiking through Ard Skellig’s snowy peaks, The Skellige Isles offers something for everyone. Next time why not join us as we take a personal
guided tour around Rupturefarms Meat Processing Factory. Goodbye

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