Reykjavik during the summer.
Michael Chapman

Latest Updates on COVID-19 in Iceland

In light of recent news, people are right to be cautious when travelling because of COVID-19, otherwise known as the Coronavirus. Iceland’s borders remain open to travellers, but for those concerned, read our FAQ below for the latest information regarding your upcoming trip.


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Sunrise behind Seljalandsfoss waterfall
Svanhildur Sif Halldórsdóttir

The First Day of Summer in Iceland

Looking out my window, I see bare trees, people wearing thick coats, and a dark-grey sky. The snow just left the streets of Reykjavík last week, but you can see

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A puffin resting on a cliff side
Michael Chapman

Puffins in Iceland

Spring is on the horizon in Iceland, heralding the return of Iceland’s Atlantic Puffins. As home to the largest puffin colony on earth, Iceland offers countless opportunities to spot these iconic birds in their natural habitat. Read on to find out how to see Atlantic Puffins during your trip to Iceland.

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Svanhildur Sif Halldórsdóttir

What is the Golden Circle? – A Practical Guide to Iceland’s Most Popular Sightseeing Route

The Golden Circle is a route to three of the most popular natural attractions in Iceland: Þingvellir National Park, Geysir Geothermal Area and Gullfoss Waterfall. The sightseeing trail serves as a great introduction to Iceland’s diverse landscapes, and it is a must-see for all visitors to this country. With breathtaking natural features such as…

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Two churches mirrored in Reykjavík's lake, Tjörnin
Svanhildur Sif Halldórsdóttir

What to do in Iceland this Week

Due to COVID-19, the Icelandic government has implemented a ban on gatherings over 100 people which will last at least four weeks or until April 13th. This ban has, understandably,

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