Passports and visas
All passengers require a machine-readable passport valid for six months beyond the conclusion of their trip, with appropriate visas. You should carry your passport with you at all times to ensure against its loss or theft in hotels. All passengers must check with the Icelandic Consulate to determine if any visas are needed. This information is a guide only and it is essential that you check all current passport and visa rules with your travel agent before departure.
Iceland's currency is the Icelandic Krona, or krona for short.
The voltage in Iceland is generally 220 V, and outlets will fit the two-pin plug known as the Europlug.
Laptops and electronics from USA or Europe will usually work in Iceland, assuming to have access to an electric plug adapter. Most hotels also offer wireless access.
The country code for Israel is 354. To make international calls from within the country, first dial 00, followed by the country code (1 for the U.S. and Canada), area code, and local number.
Tipping is never expected, but appreciated.
Iceland has a varied climate, but is cooler than most Americans are used to. Your best bet is to dress in layers and to bring a nice coat and comfortable shoes.