Such great news! Right?!

The country’s Prime Minister Katrín Jakobsdóttir just announced that Iceland’s borders will open no later than June 15.
Visitors will be given the option to take a coronavirus test at Keflavík International Airport on their way into the country instead of undergoing quarantine.

Iceland's borders to be opened
Photograph by Berglind Jóhanns

What’s also great is that the authorities expect test results to be available the same day, and those who test negative for SARS-CoV-2 will not be required to quarantine themselves. Visitors will, however, be asked to download Iceland’s official contact tracing app.

“The proposed border opening depends on the continued decline of cases in Iceland. Authorities stated it could also be implemented earlier than June 15 if preparations go well and the number of cases remains low. The testing may be used toward further research of the novel coronavirus and COVID-19.”

Planning to visit Iceland?

Our doors are open and we’re ready for you. So, if you’re planning on visiting, we highly recommend contacting us regarding information and planning.

Want to know more regarding the opening? read more here. 

Are you planning on visiting Iceland in 2020? Here’s all you need to know regarding how it works on your arrival and more.

Read article in
Content
tours you might like
Berglind Jóhannsdóttir
Berglind Jóhannsdóttir

What's On locations in downtown Reykjavík

  • Laugavegur 5 (Main Office)
  • Laugavegur 54 (Trip)

Opening Hours:

  • Main office (Laugavegur 5) - open every day 8:30 - 22:00
    Laugavegur 54 - Mon-Fri 9:00-18:00, Sat 9:00-14:00

Contact What's On

The official source for safe adventure in Iceland is safetravel. It’s located in our Laugavegur 54 location.