Gullfoss in Iceland.

Entry requirements to Iceland from the U.S.

Iceland is open. All remaining restrictions due to COVID-19, both domestically and at the border, is removed.

All restrictions in Iceland has been removed

Updated: 17 March 2022

Great news from Iceland. From the 25th of February all remaining restrictions due to COVID-19, both domestically and at the border, is removed. This means that both travelers who have been vaccinated or those who are not vaccinated now can travel to Iceland. Procedures for entering Iceland, and domestic restrictions including assembly limits and opening hours will return to pre-pandemic arrangements.

Returning to US
All travelers to the US are required to present a negative COVID test taken within a day before departure, regardless of vaccine status. For detailed information, visit the U.S. Embassy in Iceland webpage.

Aerial view of Geysir in Iceland.

About travelling to Iceland

  • As we currently have free cancellation and rebooking on all trips, it is also completely safe to book your trip today.
  • 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.
  • All activities activities are now carried out as usual again.
  • Restaurants, bathhouses, campsites and museums are now allowed to admit as many guests as they are allowed to.
  • All our suppliers have taken measures to minimize the spread of infection and may sometimes have special restrictions due to the coronavirus.
  • Iceland is an exclusive destination with fantastic landscapes, open spaces and a unique range of attractions and activities, Iceland is the perfect destination for 2023.

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