Travel restrictions lifted for school trips travelling to and from Iceland
28 Feb 2022, 12:14 by Kate Moore
Are school trips to Iceland allowed in 2022?
Yes. Iceland lifted all COVID-19 travel restrictions on February 25th 2022 meaning that school trips to Iceland are back on for all travellers!
Can I travel to Iceland if I'm unvaccinated?
Yes. Iceland welcomes all travellers, regardless of vaccination status. You will not be required to present proof of vaccination to enter Iceland nor to access any public spaces while in Iceland. All COVID-19 restrictions were lifted in Iceland on February 25th 2022. Find out more.
What COVID-19 paperwork do school groups need to enter Iceland?
Schools do not need to present any additional COVID paperwork to visit Iceland.
Accommodation, public spaces and services
All domestic restrictions have been removed on 25 February 2022. Hotels and tourist attractions are open.
The rules for school groups returning from Iceland
All UK COVID travel restrictions will be removed with effect from 18 March 2022, making it much easier for groups returning home from a school trip abroad. This means that, regardless of vaccination status, the following will apply:
- children and adults no longer need to complete a Passenger Locator form
- unvaccinated travellers no longer need to take a pre-departure COVID test before embarking on their return journey
- unvaccinated travellers are not required to take a COVID test on their return to the UK
Groups planning an overseas trip will still need to be aware of other countries' entry rules.
More information from the COVID-19 Travel Hub
- School Travel Insurance with COVID-19 cover
- Voyager School Travel Peace of Mind Promise
- Guide to Restarting School Trips
- COVID-19 Travel FAQs