Plan your trip

Get out and about

Iceland is a country of extreme contrasts where long summer days with near 24-hours of sunlight are offset by short winter days.

Flights to Iceland

How to get there

Over 25 airlines maintain scheduled flights to Iceland.

Iceland and COVID-19

Practical information

Information about Iceland and COVID-19.

Arrival in Iceland

How to get there

Ferry to Iceland

How to get there

Camping

Where to stay

Driving in Iceland

Getting around

Public Transport

Getting around

Accommodations

Where to stay

NORTH ICELAND

Regions

Experience North Iceland, a land of true contrasts.

East Iceland

Regions

Home to the country's largest forest, lush farmlands, and a range of small fjords.

South Iceland

Regions

Iceland's south coast includes some of the country's most visited sites and has worthy attraction all along the coast.

Reykjavík

Regions

Reykjavík is the natural starting point for any visit to Iceland, and deservedly so.

Reykjanes

Regions

The Reykjanes peninsula is a geothermal wonder, characterized volcanic surroundings.

West Iceland

Regions

West Iceland is one of Iceland's most geologically diverse regions, boasting of a nearly exhaustive sampling of all that Iceland has to offer.

The Westfjords

Regions

One of Iceland's best kept secrets is undoubtedly the country's north-west corner, known as the Westfjords.

Learn More in the Iceland Academy

We will teach you the most essential things you need to know before visiting Iceland. What to wear, how to drive, how to take the perfect selfie. It is all here. For a safe and happy trip to Iceland, make sure you finish all available courses.

Learn More in the Iceland Academy

We will teach you the most essential things you need to know before visiting Iceland. What to wear, how to drive, how to take the perfect selfie. It is all here. For a safe and happy trip to Iceland, make sure you finish all available courses.