Safetravel information 9th of July 2020 – Iceland

Reykjavík: Grótta: The nature reservation area is closed May 1st until July 15th to protect the birds while nesting. Reykjanes: Valahnjúkur is closed due to fissures and danger of landslides! Seltún:  The whole area is high geothermal and dangerous boiling hot springs...
COVID-19 testing will be cheaper then expected

COVID-19 testing will be cheaper then expected

Price for border screening decreases We informed earlier that since the 15th of June everybody that visits Iceland has to choose between being tested for COVID-19 or to go to quarantine for two weeks. In our opinion the test makes more sense as it takes place right...
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Iceland to Open Borders on June 15

Iceland to Open Borders on June 15

Iceland will open its borders to all travellers no later than June 15 and give them the option to take a coronavirus test at Keflavík International Airport on their way into the country. The country’s Prime Minister Katrín Jakobsdóttir announced this and other...
Instructions for tourists 2020

Instructions for tourists 2020

Before arriving in Iceland Iceland’s borders have remained open to other EU and Schengen states throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, under the condition that passengers quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. Iceland will continue to implement the travel restrictions...
Instructions for tourists 2020

Quarantine until 15th of May 2020

If you are traveling to Iceland before the 15th of May and wondering how the 14 day quarantine is handles. Here is an instruction from our authorities. Click here for the PDF file..
„Only“ two corona cases in Iceland

„Only“ two corona cases in Iceland

According to the local newspaper only two new cases of COVID were detected in the last 24 hours. Read the article here.. Iceland is still open for travelers and believe it or not the sights are almost empty. A scene we have not seen since the 80ies or 90ies or if you...
Season Start Soon and good news

Season Start Soon and good news

Dear Camper Iceland friends We have started to fetch our fleet from the garage and are getting ready for the seasons. Here is a picture from the first 4 of over 80 vehicles that got to see the daylight. The travel business has been facing really difficult times....
COVID ICELAND STATUS 4th April 2020

COVID ICELAND STATUS 4th April 2020

Iceland has a population of approx 350.000. 23.640 tests have been made. 11.679 finished their self-isolation vs. 5275 are still in self-isolation. Positively testes COVID cases are 1.417 and 396 have recovered. 11 people are in the hospital and 4 have lost their...
ARE TOURISTS ALLOWED IN ICELAND

ARE TOURISTS ALLOWED IN ICELAND

As of 20 March 2020, foreign nationals – except EU/EEA, EFTA or UK nationals – are not allowed to enter Iceland. This advice is valid until 17 April 2020. Please see updated travel restrictions to Iceland here. Tourists traveling to Iceland do not need to...
COVID Information from Iceland

COVID Information from Iceland

Camper Iceland just added a COVID related information page. Our aim is to inform what is going on in Iceland at the moment. Visit our page regularly to see updated on the topic. We will also share the news to our social media channels. The page is here:...
Changed booking conditions due to COVID-19

Changed booking conditions due to COVID-19

Friendly booking policy due to VirusWith this new policy, Camper Iceland is responding to the wish of many customers to make the travel plans more flexible under the exceptional circumstances caused by the spread of the coronavirus. Read more Share the good...
Coronavirus and Iceland

Coronavirus and Iceland

We are still fortunate enough to confirm that we are not affected by the Coronavirus. Here in Iceland we are uncertain what to think about this matter. On one side people say that this is a media feast that has but one goal, to make you feel bad. On the other side...