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Iceland Opens to Tourists on July 1st by Anna Fishman

Updated: Oct 20, 2020

Iceland Opens to Tourists on June 15th by Anna Fishman, Bergen County Moms

Iceland's prime minister has announced plans to reopen the country's borders to tourists by July 1st. ⁣

The country plans to allow travelers to avoid a 14-day quarantine by taking a free COVID-19 test upon arrival at the airport. Those who test positive would have to self-isolate for 14 days.⁣

Iceland is a low-risk area and one of the safest places to visit because of the way they handled the pandemic (quick decisions, extensive testing, disciplined people).⁣

  • ⁣No crowds and lots of space⁣.

  • ⁣Everything is small (hotels, attractions, restaurants, etc)⁣

  • ⁣Family-friendly - most attractions in Iceland are FREE for kids under 12 years old!⁣

Iceland is a magical destination in the winter. From experiencing the amazing aurora borealis to visiting Icelandic countryside to celebrate Christmas taking part in traditional village celebrations dating back hundreds of years, there hasn't been a better time to add Iceland to your travel list. ⁣

Reconnect with nature, avoid the crowds, enjoy fresh and pure air, experience calm and deep quiet, and discover an otherworldly place!

Anna Fishman is the owner of Olegana Travel Boutique and plans incredible, unique and authentic luxury experiences around the world for couples and families based on her first-hand experience of traveling through 27 countries and visiting over 250+ luxury hotels and resorts all over the world.  Anna promises you a stress-free travel planning process with an easy to follow itinerary that will save you a lot of time and energy so you can relax and escape to your own paradise where you will feel at ease that every detail has been thought out and taken care of exclusively for you. Olegana Travel Boutique is a five-stars rated travel agency, a member of Travel Leaders Network, Destination Weddings and Honeymoons Association, Adventure Travel Trade Association and is featured on The Knot and NJMom.

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