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Packing List

Depending on the weather where you are coming from, you may need to check deep in your closets or even invest in a thing or two before your trip to Iceland.

Our recommended list is based on winter vs. summer travel, but remember that Iceland really doesn't get extremely cold or very warm. However, wind and rain can be a factor year around.

Summer temperatures get into the low 70's at best and winter temperature usually stay anywhere from the 20's to the 50's

Remember to pack all your medication, pharmacies are usually within reach, but they do not honor American Health Insurance, and you have to make sure that they can dispense medication based on your doctors prescription



Make sure that your U.S. Passport is valid for at least 3 months past your planned return date . U.S. Passport holders do not need a visa to travel to Iceland.

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