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Iceland Vacation information

1. General information.
Passport and Visas. ICELAND: British citizens do
not need a visa for Iceland just a 10 year
passport which is valid for at least three
months. Other nationalities should check with
the Iceland embassy at 2a Hans Street London
SW1X 0JE tel. 0207 259 3999 fax 0207 259
3979. USA: Shengen Visa helpline 0871 376 0023
British citizens require a passport
that is valid for at least 6 months. They may not
need a visa to the United States provided
certain conditions are met. Passengers
travelling to the US under the visa waiver
programme will be required to have machine
readable (red—EU) passports. Please double
check with the US Embassy on
www.usembassy.org.uk.

2. Flight Schedules to Iceland from the
United Kingdom.
Please note all international
flights arrive at Keflavik International airport
which is 50 minutes drive from Reykjavik.
London Heathrow terminal 1 Icelandair Flight
duration is 3 hours and departures are twice
daily summer = BST at 1300 and 2110 and
winter = GMT 1300 and 2050. Return flights
are summer 0745 and 1610 winter 0830 and
1630. Glasgow International Icelandair 4 or 5
days of the week on Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Sunday departs at 1115 in
summertime and 1100 in wintertime return
0720 summer 0745 winter. Manchester
Icelandair two flights each week on Monday’s
and Friday’s departs 2205 return 1730 during
summer and 2105 return 1730 during winter.

3. Connecting flights to USA. For passengers
visiting the US Icelandair have connections to
Baltimore / Washington, Boston, New York,
Orlando and Minneapolis. We have a selection
of package holidays to the USA including New
England Ski Resorts. For full details of these
holidays consult our web site or see brochure
supplement.

4. Internal flights in Iceland. Air Iceland
operates regular flights from Reykjavik to
Akureyri, Egillstadir, Hofn and Greenland. See
flying tours for holidays incorporating internal
flights.

5. Airport transfers to Reykjavik. Fly bus
coach transfer time to Reykjavik takes
approximately 50 minutes. Fly Bus coaches
depart from outside the terminal building.
Most of our holidays include a voucher which is
worth 1200 ISK each way. This is not required if
you are picking up a rental car at the airport.

6. Climate in Iceland. Iceland’s weather can
be very changeable and travellers should
expect different conditions at any time of year.
Further guidance can be obtained from our
reservations staff. Many activities booked
locally which are mentioned in this brochure
such as snowmobiling (skidooing), whale
watching, horse riding, northern lights rely on
the correct weather conditions. For this reason
we advise that these types of activities are
booked on the spot in Iceland.

7. Minimum numbers. In the vast majority of
cases minimum numbers is not applicable
since most holidays are booked on an
individual client basis and since all flights are
scheduled there is no requirement for
minimum numbers. Were special packages are
organised and require minimum numbers we
ensure this has been reached 4 weeks prior to
the departure. If this has not been reached we
reserve the right to cancel your holiday, or to
offer an alternative perhaps at a different time
or refund all money paid.

8. Correspondence. If bookings are made
through travel agents all communications
should be directed via your travel agent. For
direct bookings which are the vast majority all
correspondence will be through Iceland
Holidays. Please quote the lead name on the
booking and your invoice number in any
communication.

9. Health Matters. At the time of publication
no compulsory vaccinations or other health
precautions were required for British citizens
visiting Iceland or the USA. The department of
health publishes leaflets containing advice to
travellers on health and these are available free
from your doctor, travel agents or by
telephoning free phone 0800 555777.
Passengers suffering from any known or
suspected medical condition or women more
than 28 weeks pregnant must notify us at least
30 days before departure. They must also
produce a medical certificate confirming
fitness to travel. We reserve the right to refuse
or cancel bookings if relevant certificates are
not produced and we will not be liable for any
operator’s refusal to carry any person who has
not notified us of their condition.

10. Special requests. Please tell us about any
special requests such as dietary requirements
or extra assistance that are not covered in this
brochure. We will always do our best to meet
such requests but cannot guarantee to do so
and cannot make them part of our contract
agreement.

11. Your accommodation. In Iceland single,
twin and double rooms are available in most
hotels. Ordinary single rooms are sometimes
small and poorly located and it is often better
to pay for single occupancy of a standard
double room and we will provide you with this
choice. Most hotels provide triple rooms
although this often involves adding an extra
bed. Some hotels offer family rooms which
sleep 4 people and in some cases there are
more spacious suites. Some touring
guesthouses and hotels offer cabin or chalets
which are more spacious and particularly
suitable for families. Our reservations staff will
advise you of family friendly guesthouses and
hotels. The majority of hotels we offer have an
en suite facility which usually means a shower.
Some green guesthouses may only have shared
bathroom facilities although this is usually
made clear in the description.

12. Meals provided. All guesthouses and
hotels are on a bed and breakfast basis. This is
usually a continental style buffet breakfast.
Not all hotels provide evening meals as the
norm so if you require this please check in
advance. When touring around Iceland if you
require an evening meal it is often necessary to
contact the guesthouse in advance.

13. Your documents. We will usually send out
all the necessary documents in good time prior
to your holiday. These documents include
flight confirmation details (E tickets)
accommodation vouchers and car rental
vouchers. We also provide individual hotel
details, a Reykjavik street map and for fly drives
a good road map of Iceland. Always check and
double check the details on this printed
material in case of changes to the original
flight schedule.

14. Safety Standards. Safety Standards and
regulations are not necessarily the same as
equivalent standards in the UK. The monitoring
enforcement and compliance with local
regulators is carried out by the appropriate
authorities in the country. Iceland Holidays
advise you to take all reasonable precautions
whilst on holiday.

15. Driving and car rental details. Laws,
licensing requirements and age limits vary
throughout the world. Check with travel
agents or relevant embassies before departure.
Specific information about roads and driving in
Iceland is available on request and should be
followed. The rental vehicles provided are
subject to the terms and conditions of the
individual car rental company used. The car
rental prices usually include all the necessary
insurance Inc CDW and unlimited mileage.
Most car rental contracts have an excess
amount which you would be expected to pay
in the event of damage being caused to the
vehicle. This excess amount can be removed or
reduced by paying an additional modest
premium. In addition to the car rental charge
there is an additional fee of approx £15 for
picking up a car at Keflavik Airport. If you drop
off or pick up a vehicle at Akureyri, Egilsstadir
or Hofn there is an additional drop off charge
of approximately £50.

16. Brochure Validity & Prices. This brochure
was published in October 2008 and covers
departures for holidays in 2010. For all our
holidays we operate a flexible pricing policy
which means prices could change at any time.
For requests we provide a tailor made
quotation specific to the requested departure
dates flight times departure airport,
accommodation included and the type of car
rented. These quotes are valid for 14 days
subject to availability remaining.

17. What your holiday includes. Full details
are provided under each holiday description.
Return flight from the UK. Transfer
arrangements if stated except where hire cars
are collected at the destination airport).
Accommodation and meals as confirmed by
invoice. Baggage allowance as confirmed by air
ticket. All obligatory airport taxes and security
charges. All obligatory hotel service charges
and taxes. VAT on all holidays to EC where
applicable. Holidays to Iceland are zero rated.

18. Consumer protection. The air holidays
and flights in this brochure are ATOL protected,
since we hold an Air Travel Organisers Licence
granted by the civil aviation authority. Our
ATOL number is 6190. In the unlikely event of
our insolvency the CAA will ensure that you are
not stranded abroad and will arrange to refund
any money you have paid to us for an advance
booking. For further information visit the ATOL
website at atol.org.uk.

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