Are you planning a visit to Iceland in 2022? Dealing with almost two years of intermittent lockdowns and COVID restrictions has many of us anxious to do some international travel. And understandably, while many of us want to travel, new requirements can be confusing, we are concerned about safety, and we also aren’t sure what to do or what’s going on anymore. We are all a little bit out of practice.

If Iceland has made it to the top of your travel list, then you know it’s because of it’s vibrant capital, charming towns, pristine nature, clean air and water, and exciting outdoor activities to name a few. The land of fire and ice has endless stunning attractions and the country’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic makes it one of the safest countries in the world to visit.

If you are planning your visit, your first stop should be to covid.is which will show you all the entry requirements to travel to and within Iceland. If you are eligible to travel to Iceland, then you can get planning.

What’s new in Iceland?

This just in! Lonely Planet has selected the Westfjords to be at the top of the list of best regions to visit in 2022. You can find the list in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel publication, which consists of ten best countries, regions and cities. Sigríður Dögg Guðmundsdóttir, Head of Visit Iceland said:

“It’s fantastic news that the Westfjords have been recognized as one of the world’s best regions by Lonely Planet. The region is the oldest corner of Iceland and is home to some of the destination’s most dramatic scenery and best natural attractions. Over the last few years, Visit Westfjords have been working effortlessly to make the off the beaten track location not only an all-year destination, but more accessible to visitors. The Westfjords offers adventurists the chance to experience untouched nature, incredible landscapes, diverse sites and cultural attractions the Westfjords have to offer.”

Interested in visiting the WestfjordsWe have just the itinerary.

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