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Save money by purchasing a bus passport that allows you to reach a wide array of key travel destinations on exclusive routes across Iceland.

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Bus Passports

Save money by purchasing a bus passport that allows you to reach a wide array of key travel destinations on exclusive routes across Iceland.
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Blue Lagoon Shuttle | Bus Transfer

Jump aboard this highly efficient bus transfer from Iceland's capital, Reykjavík, to the world-famous spa, The Blue Lagoon. This is the perfect opportunity for all of those looking to reach this relaxing spa without having to worry about directions or driving the winter roads. This Blue Lagoon transfer takes you from Reykjavík to the famous geothermal spa, the Blue Lagoon on the Reykjanes Peninsula. The transfer itself will take approximately forty-five minutes, during which time you can organise your return journey and enjoy the spectacular and diverse landscapes of the Reykjanes Peninsula as they pass by your window.   Once you arrive at the Blue Lagoon spa itself, you will be immediately taken by the soothing milky blue waters and the large white clouds that billow from the water's surface. Why not enjoy a massage or a face mask? If not that, then try smothering yourself with the silica mud at the lagoon's bottom, renown for its incredible healing properties to the skin. Surrounding the spa itself is a plethora of gorgeous scenery, from snow-blanketed rocks to distant mountains. The entrance ticket to the lagoon itself needs to be pre-booked separately in advance. This is because the lagoon is often fully booked, and thus places are competitive. The most suitable timing of the entrance ticket should be an hour and a half after the pickup time of the bus transfer. This should give you enough time to fully maximise your time at the Blue Lagoon.  Return transfer to Reykjavík is included or, if you rather visit the lagoon after a holiday in Iceland, you can continue to Keflavík International Airport after a soak at the Spa.  Don't miss out on this essential Icelandic experience, relaxing in the warm and magical waters of the Blue Lagoon Spa. Check availability by choosing a date.
4.7
247 reviews

Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
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Airport Transfer from Hotel to Keflavík airport

Hop on the Flybus for fast, reliable transportation to Keflavik International Airport from your guesthouse or hotel in Reykjavik. Sit back and relax as our experienced drivers transport you through the stunning Reykjanes Peninsula, a plateau of volcanic fields to your left, the rolling blue waves of the Atlantic Ocean to your right.  The drive from the city is short, approximately 45 minutes duration, but filled with spectacular sights and familial comforts. Enjoy the free wi-fi (perfect for uploading those holiday photos before your flight), the comfortable interior of their luxury buses, and listen to the perfect playlist to round up your holiday in Iceland. After a morning taking in the final perfect cup of coffee or finishing up any last-minute shopping, the last thing you want to worry about it making it to the airport in time.  Because passengers are advised to arrive at the airport 2 hours before their scheduled departure, it is recommended to take a Flybus 3 hours before your departure in order to arrive at the airport on schedule.  Depending on the time of your flight, this should leave with more than enough time to enjoy some final attractions in the city. If not, Keflavik airport is modern and positively brimming with facilities, including bars, cafes and duty-free shopping.  The prices are reasonable, and there are discounts for children accompanied by a family member. Between the ages of 1-11, children ride free! Children aged 12-15 receive a 50% discount. This makes airport transfers even more desirable for families who have travelled for Iceland, or for those visitors who have chosen to forgo their own rental vehicle.  So there's no need to hesitate! Do away with those end of holiday concerns and, instead, end your vacation in Iceland in style on the Flybus! Check availability by choosing a date.
4.7
372 reviews

Duration:
45 minutes
Available:
All year
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Airport Transfer from Keflavík Airport to Reykjavík Hotels

Hop on the Flybus for fast, easy transport from Keflavík International Airport to your accommodation in Reykjavík, the northernmost capital in the world.  Be you staying in a hotel or a hostel, the Flybus is, by far, the most efficient way to begin your holiday in Iceland and is the perfect option for those looking to do away with the stresses of a rental vehicle.  The bus is conveniently found right outside the main terminal, and departure times are coordinated with flights from the airport, so there will always be a bus leaving within the half hour. The Flybus leaves approximately 30-45 minutes after each scheduled flight, even for flights which have been delayed. This is great for alleviating the worries of travellers who might be concerned about their transportation should their flight arrive later than scheduled.  Your experienced coach driver will eagerly help you with storing your luggage before directing you to take a seat in the bus' cosy interior. Put your feet up and enjoy the free Wi-Fi or look out over the otherworldly lava fields and craggy landscapes so familiar to Iceland during the short 45-minute trip between the airport and BSI terminal.  From there, you will be delivered directly to your hotel or guesthouse where you can simply rest, or, if the day is young, explore the city as you begin your adventure in Iceland. Reykjavik is famed for its charming aesthetic, friendly locals, exciting nightlife and fascinating cultural attractions.  There are discounts for children who are accompanied by a family member for this leg of the trip. Between the ages of 1-11, children can ride free on the Flybus! Children aged 12-15 receive a 50% discount, thus further incentivising young families to travel by airport transfer. So, there's no delay this end! Hurry now and you too can arrive into the northernmost capital of the world, Reykjavík, on the Flybus! Check availability by choosing a date.
4.8
295 reviews

Duration:
45 minutes
Available:
All year
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Blue Lagoon Transportation From Keflavik Airport

Join this highly useful bus transfer to travel directly from Keflavík International Airport to the world-renown Blue Lagoon Spa, a hot pool complex that draws visitors from across the world. This is the perfect opportunity for those travellers looking to relax immediately after their flights, getting straight into the holiday spirit with a luxurious soak in the lagoon's azure waters. After spending some time in the warm, milky-blue waters of the Blue Lagoon, you can then take a bus onwards to Reykjavík and be dropped off at a designated drop-off point near your hotel or guesthouse. This not only makes the process of getting to your accommodation a piece of cake, it also means that you'll have the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing and authentically Icelandic experience in between the legs of travel. It's easy to see why the Blue Lagoon spa is so popular amongst locals and international visitors alike, and that's just given the sheer aesthetic of the place. Aside from the glorious temperature of the water, the lagoon is surrounded by a plethora of gorgeous nature, from volcanic hillsides to distant mountains, and silica mud, proven to possess healing qualities beneficial for the skin. Plus, there is always the opportunity for a massage, a face mask or even a bite to eat at the Blue Lagoon's accompanying bistro. Please note that the entrance ticket to the Blue Lagoon is not included and that you need to pre-book it in advance.  It is better to do this in a timely manner as the lagoon is very popular and places are competitive. Make sure to avoid any disappointment on arrival by having your entrance tickets book well in advance.  So what's the delay? Make sure to unwind in the azure waters of the Blue Lagoon as soon as you arrive in Iceland and beat off the jetlag. Check availability by choosing a date.
4.7
109 reviews

Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
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4.7
24 reviews

Duration:
45 minutes
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4.6
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Duration:
45 minutes
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All year
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Iceland by Bus | South Coast Bus Passport

South Coast Passport is a popular passport to travel the along the south coast to enjoy Iceland’s most visited tourist attraction. This is an unguided HopOn-HopOff bus passport. You can take your time to travel as long as you stay within the operation timeframe from July 1st to August 31st.  The Passport is valid for a return trip from Reykjavík to the Glacier lagoon and back again to Reykjavík. You can hop on and off the bus at any bus stop you choose for a stay overnight or more. The bus stops at towns, small villages and other interesting sites along the South Coast. Our first stop is in Hveragerði, sometimes called 'The Flower Town', which is known for the usage of the geothermal energy in greenhouses and geothermal hiking sites.  Our next stop is in the thriving community hub, Selfoss, with many restaurants and cafés. The small tourist village Hella is next. Hella is a centre for travellers that are interested in highland hiking. There it is an option to hop off the bus and buy a bus fare to the unique highland destinations of Landmannalaugar and Þórsmörk. Seljalandsfoss waterfall is a well worth overnight stop at the campsite. There you will find many short and long hiking trails into gully’s and of course the famous path behind the waterfall.   Our next stop is at Skógar by the magnificent Skógafoss waterfall. We stop for nearly an hour by Skógafoss waterfall which gives time to walk up to the waterfall and take in its power. By Skógafoss is a camping place so you can also spend a night or two there. From Skógar, we head on to Kirkjubæjarklaustur village. Kirkjubæjarklaustur is a place well worth spending a night or two at the campsite or book accommodation in a hotel. This is a picturesque site with many hiking trails, and its history is very alluring.  The National Park Skaftafell is next. Skaftafell is embraced by glaciers and offers exceptional landscapes.   From Skaftafell you can take the bus to the breathtaking Glacier lagoon and stop there for two hours.  Please note that there are no camping facilities by the Glacier lagoon, so you must return with the bus to Skaftafell, Kirkjubærklaustur or further. Feel the Freedom of the passport and put up your own itinerary.

Duration:
8 days
Available:
Jul. - Aug.
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Highland Hikers Passport

Reach the start of your hiking destination with the Highland Hikers Passport. This ticket takes you to one of the starting points of two of Iceland's most popular highland hiking routes, the Laugavegur hiking trail and the Fimmvörðuháls hiking trail, as well as including a return transfer from the other side. You will be able to take a bus from Reykjavík to Skógar waterfall, Landmannalaugar or Þórsmörk. These three points sit at along the Laugavegur and Fimmvörðuháls routes; the former goes from Landmannalaugar to Þórsmörk, while the latter goes from Þórsmörk to Skógar. While both of these trails are very different, they have similarities; both will expose you to awe-inspiring highland views, with rhyolite mountains, incredible glaciers, hot springs, lava fields, black-sand deserts and waterfalls. As both include Þórsmörk, you'll get to experience this stunning forested valley regardless of your direction. The beauty of this passport is that you can choose what to do; you are welcome to take either route or if you are particularly ambitious, do both. You will also have great flexibility as you can take as much time for the hike as you please, between the dates of June 20th to September 9th, when the Highlands are accessible. This ticket has particular appeal to those on a budget; visiting the Highlands is usually quite expensive, but with this option, all you need to do is buy the ticket, your food and drink, and the equipment you will need. To be on the safe side, it is wise to be updated on the weather forecast. Make sure to organise your travel plans and be prepared with the right gear for the various weather conditions. Be aware that these treks should only be taken by skilled hikers, as each route takes several days to complete. Immerse yourself in the Icelandic Highlands without breaking the bank. Check availability by choosing a date.
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1 review

Duration:
1 hour
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
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DC-3 Plane Wreck Shuttle

Take a trip to one of the most photographed sites on Iceland’s south coast, the DC-3 plane wreck. This shuttle tour is perfect for those who want to see this incredible landmark with ease and comfort. On November 21st, 1973 this US Navy aircraft was on a routine flight from Höfn in Iceland’s east. At around 2 pm, the Douglas R4D-8 Super DC-3 aircraft crash-landed on the black sand desert of Sólheimasandur, between Hvolsvöllur and the fishing village of Vík í Mýrdal on the South Coast. All passengers aboard the flight survived the crash, and the Navy abandoned the plane. Since then, the remains of this plane have been lying on the volcanic sands, exposed to the elements.  After the tourism boom of 2011, visitors began to make a pilgrimage to the crash site to catch a glimpse of this unnatural wonder against the stunning and stark landscape. Until recently, to get to the DC-3 plane, visitors had to park on the main road then hike for an hour. Now there’s a better way.  With this shuttle tour, you will board a comfortable bus that takes you directly to the plane wreck in about 15 minutes. Along the way, you will be able to take in the rocky and otherworldly landscapes of Sólheimasandur. This area was created by glacial bursts and floods over thousands of years, carving a black sand desert out of Iceland’s southern coast. Once you arrive at your destination, there is plenty of time to take in the surroundings, get a closer look at the plane, and take those outstanding photos. After you have witnessed the incredible sights of this unique attraction, you will board the bus again and head back to your starting point. This shuttle operates all day between 10 am and 5 pm. This means there’s plenty of opportunities to take advantage of this incredible site, and still fit other things into your day. This is the perfect way to see the DC-3 plane wreck in absolute comfort. This attraction won’t be around forever, so don’t miss out. Pick a date and time to check availability.   
4.9
8 reviews

Duration:
1 hour
Available:
All year
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Private Airport Transfer | Keflavik to Reykjavik & Vice Versa

Hop aboard this private airport transport. You are guaranteed a first-class service as you sit back in a comfortable Mercedes Benz minibus that can seat up to 6 of your travel companions. As the transfer is private, you will not share the minibus with any travellers outside your party. Our service offers you a quick, convenient and comfortable travel option for passengers arriving in Iceland or who are ready to depart from Keflavik International Airport. Meet your professional private driver at your pickup location and enjoy a smooth and efficient journey to your destination. At the Keflavik International Airport, your professional English-speaking driver will be waiting for you in the arrival hall. He will carry a sign with your name on it so that you can identify him. He will drop you off at your selected location within the Greater Reykjavik Capital Area. If you are departing, you will be picked up from your accommodation in Reykjavik Capital Area and driven directly to Keflavik International Airport. The duration of transfers is approximately 50 minutes. The exact length will depend on the time of day and traffic conditions, as well as your selected drop-off point. Your driver should be able to provide you with an estimated time of arrival when he picks you up. Please fill out how many passengers will be travelling, in the space for special requests within the booking process. The price includes a one-way transfer. Travellers wishing to book a private transfer for their arrival and departure should make two separate bookings.  There is free WiFi on-board the minibus, so you can connect with your loved ones back home or get your documents ready for your adventure in Iceland. There is also plenty of space on-board the bus for your luggage. Refreshments are not included. Check availability by choosing a date and book your private transfer today.

Duration:
50 minutes
Available:
All year
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Duration:
1 hour
Available:
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Iceland On Your Own | Hiking Bus Passport

Hike some of Iceland’s most popular trails, without having to worry about rental cars or tour groups, with the Hiking Bus Passport. This pass will give you the right to board any ‘Iceland On Your Own’ bus heading from Reykjavík to either the base of the Laugavegur trail or the Fimmvörðuháls trail and any bus to take you from the end of the trail back to the capital. The Hiking Bus Passport comes in three different forms. Two of which will take you on each of the trails above, and the third one which combines them. Passports are valid for the route that you select from June 13th to September 7th, so there is no need to rush. The Laugavegur trail is the more challenging of the routes, taking 3-4 days as you hike from the incredible Highland region of Landmannalaugar to Þórsmörk Nature Reserve, a forested valley renowned for its beauty. The hike is one of the most famous in Iceland and takes you through a diverse array of beautiful scenery. The Fimmvörðuháls trail, meanwhile, can be done within a day, taking 7-10 hours, or in two days as there is a hut to sleep in midway. The route has become increasingly popular since 2010, as it passes over the fresh lava formed by the notorious eruption of the volcano and glacier Eyjafjallajökull. It, in fact, goes through a pass between this mighty glacier and another, Mýrdalsjökull. Avid Trekkers can enjoy the hike of a lifetime in Iceland, and considering the savings made with a bus passport, could have a surprisingly affordable holiday in Iceland. As there are also numerous shorter hiking trails in both Þórsmörk and Landmannalaugar, this passport should also appeal to those who seek to immerse themselves in nature without going on a longer hike, and not needing to worry about driving or being a part of a tour group. The beauty of a bus passport is the amount of freedom you have; you decide the timing of everything and are beholden to no-one. Considering you are likely to be camping if taking the Laugavegur trail, you don’t even need to worry about accommodation. The one thing to keep in mind is making sure you catch your buses. Hike Iceland’s most beautiful reaches without going over-budget, and do so with complete freedom. Check availability by choosing a date.

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1 hour
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All year
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Frequently Asked Questions

About Bus Passports in Iceland

Bus passports allow you to visit far-off destinations without renting a car, making them an optimal choice for those who are either on a budget or who don't have a driving license.
Some passports allow you to traverse a certain route in one direction at your own pace, while others allow you to travel in any direction within a predetermined time frame.

1. How long does it take to get from Keflavik International Airport to Reykjavik by bus?

The journey from Keflavik to Reykjavik city centre takes approximately 50 minutes.

2. How long does it take to reach the Blue Lagoon from Reykjavik by bus?

The bus can take between 75 and 90 minutes, but this time frame includes a 30 minute pickup time.

3. How long does it take to reach the Blue Lagoon from Keflavik International Airport by bus?

The bus between the Blue Lagoon and Keflavik International Airport takes around 20 and 30 minutes.

4. What kind of bus passports are there?

There are specific bus passports for destinations such as the Blue Lagoon, the Secret Lagoon and Keflavík International Airport, as well as bus routes specific to the Highlands or the South Coast. If you have only one location in mind, such as a countryside town, you can look at single tickets from the local bus service.

5. Are there any buses that go off the ring road into the Highlands?

Yes, there are specific Highland Hikers passports that take you to the most popular Highland hiking routes such as Laugavegur and Fimmvörðuháls

Please note that the Highlands are only accessible during the summer.

6. Do the buses have bathrooms or toilets?

They usually don’t, but plenty of stops are made at establishments with such facilities. The driver will usually tell you if they plan to stop for any period of time.

7. Can I take a bus to the Blue Lagoon and does it include an entrance to the spa?

There are a few bus passports that take you specifically to the Blue Lagoon and back, or to the Blue Lagoon and the airport. All bookings for the spa itself should be made directly with the spa. We recommend booking in advance since the Blue Lagoon is extremely popular.

8. If I get a bus passport for a specific location like the South Coast, will I have to travel the same routes back and forth?

There is only one main Ring Road in Iceland. Therefore, a trip along the South Coast will mean that you travel the same route on the way there and back. This is great because you can plan your route to suit you, perhaps choosing to visit different sites on the way there and on the way back.

9. What is the minimum age requirement for passengers?

There is no minimum age requirement. However, children must be accompanied by their parent or guardian.

10. Is alcohol allowed on the bus?

No, there is a no-alcohol rule aboard all public transport in Iceland.

11. How many luggage items can I bring on the bus?

Each passenger is permitted to bring one large luggage item only. 

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