The Icelandic government has again adjusted the entry regulations to the current developments, so we have to cancel trips in the period from August 24, 2020 - September 4, 2020. We will get in touch with all customers immediately and will be happy to postpone your trip free of charge.

From August 19, 2020, there will be a quarantine obligation in Iceland for travellers from all countries of 4-5 days after the first PCR test on arrival at the airport, and a second PCR test after the quarantine has expired. A journey can only be continued if both tests are negative. This rule also applies to locals travelling abroad. Children born in 2005 or later are exempt from the new regulation. The measures are reassessed weekly.

Before you travel, you only have to register online free of charge at the following link:

As of 1 July, passengers will be charged ISK 9 000 for a single test at pre-registration but ISK 11 000 * (approx. GBP 65) if paid on arrival. The second test is free of charge. Children born in 2005 and later will be exempt from quarantine and screening requirements. A test from your country of origin is not sufficient.

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Furthermore, all tourists are requested to download the official Covid-19 tracing app "Rakning C-19" on their mobile phone, in order to trace all people/areas they have been in contact with if they catch the virus in Iceland. All data will be deleted before they leave the country again.

If you are looking for advice concerning the situation, please visit the ABTA website and take a look at their Coronavirus advice and Q&A:

If you have travelled from high-risk areas, and have cold-like symptoms, you should contact the Icelandic Health-line: 1700 (+354 544-4113 for foreign callers.)

For information about travel restrictions, please visit the official COVID-19 website of the Directorate of Health and The Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management: