Last updated: 16th of March
HOW DOES CORONAVIRUS AFFECT MY TRAVEL PLANS?
Our holidays are currently operating as planned and normal booking conditions for amendments and cancellations apply. However, should the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advice change and advise against travel to Iceland, we will contact you directly to discuss your options, including an amendment or full refund.
We advise all customers to check travel at UK FCO before travel.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR TOURISTS IN ICELAND
- Tourists are welcome to Iceland and we hope that you have a pleasant stay.
- It is important that all travellers safeguard their health by washing their hands regularly and follow good hygiene practices. You should avoid touching your nose, mouth or eyes.
- Spread of the infection in Iceland is limited and tourists who visit the country to do not need to be quarantined.
Information from the Icelandic government:
MEASURES TAKEN BY THE ICELANDIC AUTHORITIES
The Icelandic authorities have adopted a number of preventive measures to limit the spread of coronavirus in the country. The authorities have been quick to identify cases and, when necessary, to quarantine Icelandic citizens who have visited one of the high-risk areas. Icelanders are encouraged to self-isolate for 14 days if they are returning from a high-risk area or if they have been in contact with a confirmed case. There are no restrictions placed on travel to Iceland as tourists are highly unlikely to come into contact with vulnerable groups.
If you have any questions about the situation in Iceland, booking a trip or a planned visit to Iceland, you are very welcome to give us a call or send us an email.
Phone: 020 3630 1199
E-mail: [email protected]