Yes and no. We at Happy Campers take severe precautions to minimize the effects of Coronavirus. Check out this blog post for a detailed description of our Coronavirus procedures and the latest official information from the Icelandic government.
Even though there are some cases of Covid-19 in Iceland, it has not been categorized as a high-risk area like some other European countries. Iceland has currently not set any travel restrictions to Iceland from other countries, although unnecessary travel to/from France, Germany, Spain, China, Italy, South Korea, and Iran is strongly discouraged.
Are you an optimist like us? Then you might want to check out this blog post about why traveling in a camper in Iceland might actually be a good idea in times like these.
Yes and no. We at Happy Campers take severe precautions to minimize the effects of Coronavirus. In fact, we comply with the Clean & Safe protocol here in Iceland.
While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) currently categorizes all of Europe as Level 3: High Covid risk, Iceland is the only exception categorized at Level 2: Moderate. This is a good example of the relative safety here in Iceland, from COVID and everything else for that matter. Once in Iceland, you need to follow local regulations that you can read more about at covid.is