Visitors can now enter Iceland without regard to their vaccination status and without the need to pre-register before their visit.
Additionally, there is no requirement for a PCR test before boarding a flight to Iceland. Proof of vaccination or previous COVID-19 infection is not required.
Furthermore, there are no testing or quarantine mandates upon arrival.
Do I need a vaccine to travel to Iceland?
No, visitors can now enter Iceland without regard to their vaccination status.
Do I need a COVID vaccine or vaccination certificate to enter Iceland?
No proof of vaccination or previous COVID-19 infection is not required
Do I need a COVID-19 test result to visit Iceland?
No, there are no testing requirements.
Is quarantine mandatory?
No, there are no quarantine requirements.
I have some doubts. Who should I contact?
Communicate with our customer support agents, who are available 24 hours a day.
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Iceland is a winter wonderland with lots of historical sites and natural wonders to offer. Start off your trip with whale watching in Reykjavik, Iceland’s capital. You will find whales here all year round. Still, we recommend visiting during summer as you will find tours all the time. You will definitely see whales in Iceland. They even get super close to the boats. Also, you can opt for other activities, such as birdwatching or visiting other islands. Make sure to try the fresh cod in one of the restaurants in the harbor area. It will complete your trip to the ocean.
Visit the Blue Lagoon in Grindvík. The blue waters in the geothermal pool are everything you have imagined. The underground hot springs warm the water to 37 to 39 degrees Celsius. The minerals are beneficial for your health and skin. Apart from this lagoon, you can partake in spa treatments or buy skincare products. You must rub your face with the natural mud and explore all the benefits of these fabulous hot springs.