You can now visit Iceland without needing to quarantine if you are fully vaccinated or you have proof of Covid-19 antibodies.
From 27 July, all vaccinated travellers, as well as those with a confirmed previous infection, must present a negative Covid test before boarding an aircraft or ship to Iceland. Both a PCR test and a rapid antigen test are accepted. The test must have been collected no more than 72 hours before departure.
Children born in 2005 or later do not have to be tested at the border, whether they are vaccinated or not. They do not need to present a negative PCR certificate upon arrival.
If you are not fully vaccinated, you can still enter Iceland but you will be subject to Covid border measures. This includes presenting a certificate of a negative PCR test prior to starting your journey.
You’d then need to take 2 PCR tests for Covid-19 upon arrival in Iceland, with 5-6 days of quarantine in between each test.