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Are you ready for your Iceland Adventure?

We at All Iceland want to ensure your trip goes as smoothly as possible and we have put together a summary of the most important things to remember before going on holiday. The below is just a guideline, should you have any questions you are welcome to contact your Iceland Travel Specialist today who will be delighted to assist further.

Things to plan before you go:

Things to take with you:

The travel documents you need to take with you on your holiday vary between the type of package you have purchased.

If you are ever unsure of what to take with you please contact your Iceland Travel Specialist who will be happy to advise further.

Your Holiday Checklist

- Valid Passport
- Visa (if applicable)
- Final Travel Documents:

  • Voucher and ATOL Confirmation Invoice from All Iceland
  • ATOL Certificate (if flights are included)
  • Travel Itinerary
  • E-Flight Tickets and/or Boarding Passes (if applicable, depends on airline)
  • Road maps, Hertz Rental Car Voucher and Iceland information (for self drive guests only)


Other useful information to keep in mind:

It can be difficult to find Icelandic Króna in the UK. You can exchange monies in Iceland for example there is a bank at Keflavík Airport in the arrival hall. Hotels often offer currency exchange and there are various information offices in Reykjavík where you can exchange money. Cards are widely accepted and ATMS also available in each area of Iceland.

Iceland has all types of weather, in the summer time it can be cold and in winter you may need sunglasses! It is therefore very important to prepare for every weather, plan for activities and add in some city clothes. Plenty of layers is always a good rule, a warm fleece or wool underneath a waterproof and windproof jacket would be suitable. It is also good to have windproof and waterproof trousers. Hats, scarfs, gloves etc. are a must and of course thick socks.Don´t forget your bathing suit and towel if you are planning a dip in our geothermal pools!

It is good to keep in mind if you are doing any specialist activity for example Glacier Walk, Whale Watching or Snowmobiling equipment and gear will be provided. If you need to bring anything specific you will be advised by your Iceland Travel Specialist.

Good walking shoes are recommended all year round, in winter there may be snow but walking shoes will be fine for this climate.

Self drive holidays
When on a self drive holiday it is important you are prepared and know what to expect in terms of weather, roads and accessibility. Read all about our our tips on safe driving in Iceland.

Stay in Touch!

If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us. Our Iceland Travel Specialists are here to help and will answer any queries you may have. We also love to hear from our guests during their trip in Iceland. Social Media is a great way to stay in touch, drop us a line or share a photo from your travels on our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram pages.

Should you have any questions or need any assistance during your trip we are on hand to help:

Office Number: (+44) (0)1904 406 534 (Monday to Friday 9 am – 5 pm)
Out of Office Emergency Mobile: (+44) 077480 11050
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Useful links and further information:

All Iceland Blog Northern Lights Forecast Passport and Visa
Weather Exchange Rate Visit Iceland
Inspired By Iceland Iceland Map Visit Reykjavik
Iceland News Icelandair easyJet
Safe Travel Foreign Travel Advise PLAY Air

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