Iceland – What to Bring

Our list of what to bring to Iceland. If you have any other questions, please contact your travel designer or concierge.

All Year Round

Sturdy and comfortable outdoor shoes

Waterproofs

Comfortable outdoor clothes – layers are always better than bringing bulkier bits of clothing

Swimwear if you’re visiting the Blue Lagoon or thermal baths

Driving license if you plan on driving a snowmobile

A reusable water bottle – so you can benefit from some of the cleanest and best tasting water in the world, we’re ditching the plastic and encouraging all our travellers to bring their own reusable water bottles with them on all our trips to Iceland.

Winter

Long sleeved thermals

Scarf

Hat

Gloves

Warm woollen socks

Waterproof shoes/hiking boots

Glacier Activities

Long underwear top and bottoms – we recommend silk or wool. Avoid cotton or cotton blends

Fleece jacket

Light trekking pants/rain pants and jacket

Sunglasses and suncream – the reflection from the glaciers can be strong