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Frequently asked questions
How do I get there and what it will cost?
Akureyri will be your final destination.
We ask that all guests inform us of your travel plans to the lodge and that we have a way to be in contact with you from the time of your arrival in Iceland.
You will fly into Reykjavik, Iceland Keflavik International Airport (KEF). The flight is just 5 hours from New York, and 3 hours from England.
From the the KEF airport, you can choose your travel to mode of transportation to Akureyri. Please try to arrive by noon on June 18th. If this is not possible, just let us know and we'll make arrangements.
Flights to Akureyri start at $121 for a 45-minute flight. Check out Air Iceland Connect to book. You can fly from KEF, or, if you would like to explore Reykjavik for a day or two before heading up to the lodge, you can also fly out from the Reykjavik domestic airport.
The Airbus from KEF to Reykjavik costs about $30, and takes about 45 minutes.
There are many wonderful bus tours in Iceland if you choose to see the country on your way to Akureyri. Please book in advance to assure that you can arrive in time for our great adventure.
If you're on a budget, there are also domestic buses. From Reykjavik to Akureyri costs approximately $75 for an 8-hour drive.
It is easy to rent a car at the airport. The drive from KEF to Akureyri is about 6 hours, but please add extra hours for photo ops with shaggy Icelandic horses, mountains blossoming in purple flowers, and of course, elves.
If you choose to drive, you can drive directly to the small village of Dalvik.
What will the weather be like?
It's hard to predict, but if the temperatures are similar to last year, they will range between 42ºF (6ºC) and 55ºF (13ºC).