1. Passport: Make sure you have a valid passport with at least 6 months validity remaining from the date of entry into Iceland.
  2. Credit/debit cards and cash: Bring a credit card with no foreign transaction fees and some cash in Icelandic currency (ISK) for small purchases and emergencies. It’s a good idea to notify your bank and credit card companies of your travel plans to avoid any issues with card usage while abroad.
  3. Travel insurance: Purchase comprehensive travel insurance that covers medical expenses, trip cancellation or interruption, lost luggage, and other potential travel mishaps. We can Help with this!
  4. Personal medication and prescriptions: Bring enough medication to last for the duration of your trip, as well as a copy of your prescriptions and a list of all medications you are taking.
  5. Mobile phone and power bank: Bring your smartphone and a power bank for charging on the go. Make sure to check with your mobile provider for international roaming options and fees.
  6. Camera or smartphone with a good camera: Iceland is a beautiful country with stunning landscapes, so you’ll want to capture those memories with a good camera or smartphone.
  7. Travel adapter and converter: Iceland uses Type C/F electrical outlets, so you’ll need a travel adapter and converter if you plan to use any electronics or appliances from home.
  8. Sunglasses and sunscreen: Even in September, the sun can be strong and UV rays can be harmful, so bring a pair of sunglasses and sunscreen to protect your eyes and skin.
  9. First aid kit: Pack a basic first aid kit with items such as bandages, antiseptic, pain relievers, and insect repellent.
  10. Water bottle: Bring a refillable water bottle to stay hydrated and minimize plastic waste.
  11. Maps and guidebooks: Bring maps and guidebooks to help you navigate and plan your activities.
  12. Backpack or daypack: A backpack or daypack will come in handy for carrying your essentials on day trips and excursions.

Remember to pack light and only bring what you need, as you’ll likely be moving around quite a bit during your trip.