We are traveling to Iceland mid-August from the U.S. and absolutely can’t wait.
In our research and even asking their tourism office specifically, I cannot find exactly what is accepted as proof of being fully vaccinated coming from the U.S. I was told it’s at the discretion of the health official once you get there.
We have the original cards given to us when vaccinated and have printed off all the required information needed in Iceland from our local county official website.
Has anyone from the U.S. experienced entering Iceland fully vaccinated and can share what documents were accepted?
My hope is that the statement given in other forums and sites that July 1, 2021 will start no testing required if fully vaccinated stays the norm there, so we don’t have to get tested when we arrive, as well.
My second question is, I’ve viewed several itineraries and we tend to fully trust Rick Steve’s suggestions to what is best for an itinerary or route. I’ve seen routes on the Ring driving tours start going north and then I’ve seen some start south. Which way is best or does it matter or just preference?
Thank you for any advice, experience or tips you can share.