Iceland Duty Free Allowances
Here is our newly updated guide for your duty free allowance covering arriving travellers and tourists to Iceland. As the majority will arrive through Reykjavik’s Keflavik Airport (KEF) and duty free shopping on arrival is permitted here, please see our guide on Keflavik Airport ShoppingIceland operates a dual channel entry system (Red and Green) and in calculating your purchases please remember that the minimum age for bringing alcoholic into Iceland is 20 years, and 18 years for tobacco.
Allowances in detail are;
200 cigarettes or 250 g of other tobacco products.
1 litre of spirits and 1 litre of wine OR 1 litre of spirits and 6 litres of beer OR 1.5 litre of wine and 6 litres of beer OR 3 litres of wine.
Please note that strength definition (ABV) means alcoholic spirits having 22% alcoholic content or more; wines comprise alcoholic, other than beer, below 22%.
Travellers may import prescription drugs and over the counter medicines for personal use only. These must be in their original packaging and in amounts required by the individual for the duration of their visit.
Gifts & Presents
Travellers and passengers may bring with them a gift; the value of each object may, however, not exceed ISK 10,000 (Icelandic Krona).
Private and personal effects including clothing, bedclothes, camping gear and other travel equipment are permitted in such quantities that are deemed reasonable for the length of your stay and the purpose of your visit.
This is a guide only, and you are reminded that duty free rules, allowances and regulations do change. Always check before you travel.
For additional information we attach a link to Keflavik airport website customs regulations section http://www.kefairport.is/English/Before-Departure/Customs-Regulations/