Dyrholaey, Island.

Book and travel safe with Vulkan Travel

With fantastic landscapes, open spaces and a unique range of attractions and activities, Iceland is the perfect destination for your next trip in 2021. As we have free cancellation and rebooking on all trips, it is also completely safe to book a trip today.

BOOK WITH CONFIDENCE 

Your security is our biggest concern. We want you as a customer to feel safe and well taken care of. We guarantee knowledge, expertise and flexible conditions that allow you to feel safe along the whole journey. Right now we offer everyone who books a trip with us improved cancellation and rebooking conditions, which means:

Right now! Free rebooking until 30 days prior to departure for all our trips. You can choose to rebook the package holiday free of charge up to 30 days before departure. You can change the trip, accommodation, day of arrival or length of trip. So now you can plan your vacation with total confidence!

All our trips fall under the Package Travel Act, which serves primarily to ensure a minimum level of consumer protection for package holidays. When purchasing a package travel from Vulkan Travel, you as a traveler are covered by our required travel guarantee that we as a company has lodged with the Swedish Legal, Financial and Administrative Services Agency.

With the current world situation taken into account, there are two possible scenarios when you book a trip with us. Either it is free to travel and you can go on your long-awaited trip, or it is not possible to travel (Iceland is closed or the United States Department of State (DOS) advises against travel to Iceland). If this should happen, free rebooking to another travel date applies. There is also a possibility to use the amount paid for a future holiday or receive a refund.

Upon booking you pay 20% of the total amount and the remaining 80% is payable a minimum of 30 days prior to departure.

Our trips are covered by the Government travel guarantee. This means that you receive full compensation if any part of your package fails to materialise – for example if an organiser, airline or hotel is declared bankrupt.

These conditions apply to new bookings from October 5, 2020, and onwards. For private and group travel for 10 people or more, special conditions apply.

Jardbodin in Myvatn, Iceland.

ICELAND IS OPEN - EXPERIENCE ICELAND IN 2021

Iceland has opened up its borders. If you can present a valid certificate that you are vaccinated, or if you can present a valid certificate for a previous COVID-19 infection, you can travel to Iceland and you will only be tested at the border. If this test is negative, you can enter Iceland without undergoing further tests or quarantine.

  • Other travelers that have not been vaccinated or had Covid-19, must show a negative corona test done within 72 hours before departure, and undergo double tests with a five-day quarantine in between. If all these test results are negative, you can continue your trip in Iceland. All tests in Iceland are free.
     
  • Direct flights (daily or weekly) from Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Denver (DEN), Minneapolis (MSP), New York, (JFK), Orlando (MCO), Seattle (SEA) and Washington DC (WAS).
Connecting flights from other airports in the USA is also available. 
     
  • Most activities run as usual and all our suppliers have taken measures to minimize the spread of infection and can sometimes have special restrictions due to the coronavirus.

Iceland does its utmost to ensure that you as a visitor have a safe and fantastic stay. Iceland is a country that has been mentioned as a role model in the international press for its handling of reducing the spread of the coronavirus. All companies have increased their safety and cleaning routines as a result of the corona. As a visitor, you are expected to follow local government restrictions and recommendations to protect yourself and others.

Unique experiences await you in Iceland. Few other countries in the world can boast such diversity of experiences as Iceland. Here you can explore nature with the most amazing wonders in the world! This year you also have the opportunity to enjoy Iceland with fewer visitors - and at greatly reduced prices!

Vestmannaeyjar, Island.

FREQUENT QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

Here are our answers to some of the most frequent questions we get that may be helpful to know when planning your vacation to Iceland 2021.
 

While waiting for standardization of an international digital vaccination certificate, the usual international vaccination certificate (yellow) is primarily used as proof regardless of where you were vaccinated. You can get this certificate at your vaccination clinic or health center. However, it is of utmost importance that it is filled in correctly and has a vaccine stamp or sticker and passport number.
 
Updated information regarding terms and requirements for other types of certificates can be found at the Directorate of Health.

Vaccination certificates must fulfill the following criteria

Must be submitted in Icelandic, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, English, or French. 

  • First name and last name (comparable to travel documentation).
  • Date of birth.
  • Name of the vaccinated disease (Covid-19).
  • Where and when the vaccinations took place (date(s))
  • Vaccination must be complete; the number of doses required to complete the vaccination for each vaccine must be according to manufacturer recommendations.
  • Information on the issuer of the certificate (Healthcare Professional/Institution), along with a signature in the case of an international vaccination certificate.
  • Name of the vaccine.
  • Manufacturer of vaccine and batch number.

You are allowed to travel to Iceland from USA for vacation. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a Level 1 Travel Health Notice for Iceland due to COVID-19, indicating a low level of COVID-19 in the country. For more information, visit Iceland International Travel Information on the website of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Consular Affairs.

From 26 July, all persons must carry a negative PCR test or antigen (rapid test) that is not more than 72 hours old before departure to Iceland.

All travelers who have been vaccinated or those who have had covid-19 and have antibodies can now travel to Iceland without arrival testing. Children (born after 2005) traveling with a parent who is fully vaccinated, are not required to test upon arrival nor show a negative COVID-19.

The United States requires a negative COVID-19 test for anyone (vaccinated or not) returning to the country on an international flight.

I'm fully vaccinated against Covid-19
If you are fully vaccinated with and FDA authorized vaccine and have a valid certificate of vaccination, you can travel to Iceland. To qualify, you must have taken the second vaccination dose at least 14 days before arrival in Iceland. If you are vaccinated with Janssen/Johnson&Johnson you need 14 days from the first shot.  From 26 July, you are required to show a negative PCR test or antigen test (rapid test) done within 72 hours before departure.

If its been less then 14 days since the second vaccination dose, you have to be tested on arrival at the airport, go to your hotel and wait for the result.

I've had Covid-19
If you have a valid certificate for a previous COVID-19 infection that shows you have had Covid-19 and have antibodies, you can travel to Iceland. The certificate must show that you have had Covid-19 and recovered. If you travel with children (born in 2005 or later), they do not need to be vaccinated, nor do they need to take a PCR test on arrival, if they are traveling with a parent who is fully vaccinated.  From 26 July, you are required to show a negative PCR test or antigen test (rapid test) done within 72 hours before departure.

I have not been vaccinated or had Covid-19 
If you have not been vaccinated or had Covid-19, you are required to show a negative PCR test done within 72 hours before departure. You must also undergo double tests on arrival to Iceland with a five-day quarantine in between. If all these test results are negative, you can continue your trip in Iceland.

All tests in Iceland are free. 

The regulations will be reviewed, and revised if necessary, on August 15, 2021. 

On our package holidays to Iceland, free rebooking or cancellation is valid until 30 days prior to departure. This means that in case of cancellation, regardless of reason, we will refund what you have paid. You can also choose to rebook the package holiday free of charge. These conditions apply until further notice and apply to all our package holidays to Iceland. We always rely on The United States Department of State (DOS) travel recommendations and follow the Package Travel Act. As long as there is no advice against travels to Iceland, all package holidays are operating as planned and our flexible cancellation and rebooking conditions apply. These conditions apply to new bookings from October 5, 2020, and onwards. For bookings made before October 5, 2020, or re-bookings, conditions stated in the original booking apply.

Flexible terms for vulkan group´s package holiday:

  • No later than 30 days prior to departure: Free rebooking or cancellation free of charge.
  • 29-8 days: Free rebooking or cancellation fee 20% of the trip price *.
  • 7-3: Cancellation fee 75% of the trip price *.
  • 3-0: No refund *.

* In cases where the package holiday includes airline tickets or hotel non-ref rooms, there is also a cost for these (29 days or less prior to departure).

In case of cancellation as a result of advice against travels to Iceland from the The United States Department of State (DOS), free rebooking to another travel date applies. There is also a possibility to use the amount paid for a future holiday or receive a refund.

This is provided that you booked before the advice from the The United States Department of State (DOS) came and that your departure date is or was planned during the time the DOS advises against travel.

OUR ICELAND HOLIDAYS FOR 2021

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