COVID test required 72 hours before boarding Ponant ship in Reykjavik, Iceland
Tauck and Iceland have removed their requirement that fully vaccinated travelers have a negative COVID test for travel/entry into Iceland. However, according to the last Tauck update I received by email, Ponant is now requiring all guests to present a negative PCR COVID test 72 hours prior to boarding their ship. The timing for this is getting a little difficult for those arriving a day early. Does anyone know if the test that will be done at the airport at Reykjavik when we arrive will be a PCR test? On the Iceland entry requirements site, it says we should have results back in a few hours up to 24 hours. That makes me think it is a PCR (and not at rapid test) and we will be able to use it as the test to board the Ponant ship. Have any trips returned yet? Does anyone know who can officially address this issue? Tauck phone representatives have not been helpful on this issue.