Dear Guests, during these challenging times for each and everyone of us accross the globe we have made a decision to hold operations until the end of May 2020. Please keep in mind that we are still here for your ready to assist you in planning your future travels across Iceland and to amend existing booking. Our office is open 7 days a week from 8 AM to 4 PM (GMT). 

We understand that planning future travels at this time can be both desired and difficult due to many restrictions. That is why we changed our terms and conditions - every booking made between 1st of May until 31st of July, no matter travel date, is covered by special cancellation policy  

We hope to see you soon in Iceland - until then, please stay safe and healthy!

 

 

Safety and welfare of our customers and employees is our priority. Iceland is not defined as a high risk country but is affected by travel bans around the world. If you are planning a trip to Iceland and look fo reliable source of knowledge regarded COVID-19 padnemic we highly advise to check information published by Icelandic Authorities (https://www.covid.is/)

 

Should there be any changes to the tour’s schedule you will be notified by email in advance.  Below you will find all the latest information on the measures we've taken and our advises directed to all our guests. 

 

What we do? 

Before and after each tour all the contact surfaces on our buses are cleaned and sanitized

All our vehicles are equipped with hand sanitizers 

We closely monitor all the announcements issued by Icelandic Authorities and adjust our actions

If you are feeling unwell or your country has issued travel ban we can reschedule your tour at no additional cost

 

What you can do? 

It is important to take a good care of your health and remember about basic hygene precautions: 

 

SANITIZE YOUR HANDS BEFORE ENTERING VEHICLE

AND REMEMBER ABOUT WASHING HANDS WHEN POSSIBLE

 

 

SNEEZE OR CAUGHT INTO YOUR SLEEVE

OR ONE-TIME-USE TISSUE 

 

 

DO NOT SHAKE HANDS

 

 

 

KEEP THE DISTANCE (AT LEAST 1,5 M)

FROM PEOPLE WHO SEEM TO BE SICK

 

 

DO NOT TOUCH YOUR FACE 

WITH UNWASHED HANDS