New Jersey – The Faroe islands have seen a staggering increase in tourist arrivals this year, with Iceland’s tourism industry experiencing a record influx of visitors.

New Jersey Department of Tourism & Convention Management (DNCTM) reported a record amount of visitors for the Faroes in 2016, with over 17,000 people visiting in 2016 alone.

This year, the Faroe has seen an incredible increase in visitor numbers, with a record high of 18,700 people arriving in 2017 alone.

The Faroes are currently the most popular tourist destination in the world, and their popularity is only set to continue, with more than 15 million tourists visiting the Faroese islands annually.

According to the World Travel & Tourism Council, Faroe is the second most popular holiday destination in Europe.

A recent study by the World Tourism Organization (WTO) stated that Faroe, Iceland, and Greenland have become the most successful countries in the region in the past decade, with the Faros having become the number one destination in Western Europe.

In 2016, more than 3.7 million tourists visited the Faroyas islands, with 3.1 million of those visits coming in January alone.

The Faroas tourism industry saw a significant increase of over 10% in 2016 with the increase of 2.9 million visitors and 2.3 million guests in 2017.

New Jersey is home to over 10 million residents and nearly one million visitors each year.

In 2017, New Jersey saw a record number of visitors in the Faroo Islands, with 863,000 visitors visiting.

Faroe’s economy is based on the Faray Islanders’ love for the natural beauty and natural culture of the Faroz Islands.