Passengers vaccinated against COVID-19
All adult (16+) travellers, regardless of origin, are welcome to visit Iceland if they can show either show a certificate of full vaccination against COVID or a certificate of previous COVID infection. You do not need a PCR test if you hold the appropriate certificate and you do not need a PCR test to board your flight to Iceland.
On arrival in Iceland, you will no longer need to be tested upon arrival from 1st July 2021
Restrictions do not apply to those children born after 2005.
Keep an on the Icelandic Government web site;
Passengers NOT vaccinated against COVID-19
At the moment, only visitors from EEA/EFTA countries (EU member states plus Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland) are welcome to visit Iceland, with testing and quarantine regulations to adhere to. There are restrictions for other nationalities, including travellers from the UK, US and Canada, with some exemptions.
Visitors from allowed countries will need a negative PCR test before travelling and there will be testing and quarantine on arrival. Arriving passengers must undergo double screening and 5-6 days quarantine between tests. Arrivals are allowed to quarantine at their home or at suitable accommodation if certain requirements are fulfilled.
If you're ready to book your Iceland holiday for 2021, or you have any other questions regarding the current COVID-10 guidelines, head over to Iceland Holidays website.