As the world attempts to climb out of the world pandemic of COVID19 we here at Konrad Tours & Transfers adhered to the guidelines established by Icelandic health, safety, and tourism authorities. We welcome all travelers in these strange times of who crave adventure. Providing confidence when booking your trip, here is everything you need to know of current travel restrictions and entry requirements.
Iceland's main source of information for the Directorate of Health and on Icelandic Tourist Board, can be found here www.covid.is
BEFORE ARRIVAL TO ICELAND
Answer the following questions :
Can you visit Iceland? Yes. All travelers – regardless of origin – are welcome. Either a certificate of full vaccination against COVID, or a certificate of previous COVID infection is required.
Do you need to have a negative test? Yes, passengers must have a negative test (PCR or rapid antigen) taken within 72 hours of departure when traveling to Iceland.
Important notes: Self-tests are not accepted. For passengers flying from England, NHS tests are not accepted. Passengers recovered from COVID-19 who have proof of a positive PCR test taken 14 to 180 days prior to the flight do not have to supply a negative test to travel.
Are you feeling unwell? If you are feeling any illness it is highly recommended to avoid travel.
Have you preregistered? Before you fly, please ensure you register your arrival at covid.is.
Other most FAQ information about arrival can be found here.
ARRIVAL TO ICELAND Ensure the relevant documents and meet the entry requirements are ready at hand.
Vaccination Certificate, or a certificate of previous COVID infection
PCR Negative Test (PCR or rapid antigen) taken within 72 hours of departure
Pre registration confirmation QR CODE
WHILE IN ICELAND
RULES AND REGULATIONS
Effect from October 20 and is valid until November 17, 2021
Information below sited by www.covid.is
Gathering Limits -The maximum number of people allowed in the same location is 2000 persons. Restrictions on the number of people do not apply to children born 2006 or later.
Proximity Limits- Distance of one-meter from each other. The one-meter rule may be waived at seated events. Social distancing rules do not apply to children born 2006 or later.
Mask Use- Face masks are recommended wherever the one-meter social distancing rule cannot be observed between people who are not closely linked.
If you require a negative PCR test before leaving Iceland for your next location, you must book a test ahead of time to ensure that you receive the certificate in time for your travel. Separate fees are charged for testing and paper certificates.
You pay for your test as soon as you have booked your appointment.
Results are available in 15–45 minutes.
LOCATED The Healthcare Centre on Suðurlandsbraut 34 Reykjavík SCHEDULE AND BOOK HERE https://covidtest.is/
WE WELCOME YOU ALL AND HOPE YOU TO SEE YOU SOON!