Iceland opens 15. June

Icelandic government and health authorities have managed to suppress the Covid infection and have announced that Icelandic border will be open from the 15th of June.

The Icelandic Health authorities have done a remarkable job containing and suppressing the pandemic. At this very moment there are 12 individuals infected and only 4 new cases since 1st of May.

The government stated that due to this remarkable success the Icelandic borders will open 15th of June.

No later than 15 June 2020, travelers are expected to be given a choice between a two-week quarantine or being tested for the virus upon arrival, or otherwise proving that they are free of coronavirus infection.

Exact requirements are still being developed but travelers will likely be required to download and use the official tracing app already in use by 40% of the population in Iceland. The app has been developed following the strictest privacy standards, with location data stored locally on the user’s device unless released for tracing purposes in case of an infection.

Feel safe in Iceland

After spending weeks inside or under strict orders from health authorities, we know that many people are reluctant to travel. Iceland is one of the safest destination you can find at the moment.

Most of our tourist attractions are in a wide open space, where you can safely practice social distancing. We have taken great measures in sanitizing and your safety is our top concern.

We are local expert guides and not only do we know the best attractions but we also can arrange your tour in a way that you steer clear of the busiest hours.

We are more than happy to show you Iceland

We are a family run business and we specialise in luxurious private tours. All our vehicles are high-end Mercedes Benz and we take pride in our confidentiality and top service. We make sure that our vehicles are safe and clean at all times.

Please reach out, we are more than happy to help you out and make sure you get the most out of your visit to Iceland.

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