COVID-19 information & support
Cruises & Shore Excursions

Cruises & Shore Excursions

Travel around Iceland in the comfort of a cruise-liner, and enjoy time on shore with tailor-made tours. These luxurious travel options expose you to Iceland’s magnificent shoreline and grant you the option of exploring the country's striking interior.

Starting location

Select dates



2 travelers
Largest Selection of Travel Services
Best price guarantee
Easy Booking & Cancellation
We offer so much more

Explore an unequalled wealth of tours and packages

Frequently asked questions

How should I dress for a cruise to Iceland?

There is a lot to consider when packing for a cruise to Iceland. Warm and waterproof clothing are essential in Iceland. If you are on a cruise, this is even more important as the winds of the open seas can be very cold. If you plan on staying on deck for more than a few minutes at a time, you should consider bringing warm, wind and waterproof clothing. Hats, mittens and sturdy shoes should also be a part of your luggage.

Can I use credit cards when I'm on board or on land?

When on land, you will be able to use credit cards for all your basic needs. Icelanders, in general, do not carry cash but prefer electronic transactions. Your ability to use credit cards on board depends on the specific cruise you book. Some cruise ships issue special on board cards that work similarly to a cabin account during your stay.

Is there a dress code on board the cruisers?

Most ships maintain a casual dress code on board. Some cruisers, however, might demand a higher standard of dress. We recommend asking the crew or your travel operator for more information.

What languages are spoken on board?

English is the primary language spoken on board most cruise ships that port at Icelandic harbours, with German as a close second. Some ships offer services in English and German simultaneously.

Will I need a passport or a visa?

When travelling to Iceland by cruise, it is essential that you bring a passport, as this is the only valid travel document in Iceland. This also applies to citizens of Nordic and Schengen countries. If your country of residence is neither Nordic nor a part of Schengen, you might also need a visa to enter Iceland.