Iceland by bus – Passport

Iceland by Bus – Passports

Sterna travel offer these hop-on hop-off bus tickets called passports. As you make you way around Iceland, it is possible to stop or continue your journey at the designated stops on the route. You could complete the trip around Iceland in just 2 days or take as long as you like to explore some of the great locations at your leisure. Below are a few options to take you around Iceland’s ring road. They also have a Highland passport for hikers who want to start a hike in the highlands and get the return bus from the end of their hike.

Full Circle

Iceland by bus Full circle

Full Circle Passport is an all round passport to travel Iceland’s ring road to enjoy the most popular tourist attractions. The Passport will take you around Iceland once. Bus travelers have to decide which way they want to travel, clockwise or anti clockwise. The bus makes stops at small villages, towns and popular tourist locations such as Goðafoss, Skogafoss, Skaftafell and Jökulsarlon – Glacier lagoon as well as many other exciting locations.


East Circle

Iceland by bus East circle

Our East Circle Passport will take you around Iceland, clockwise or anti clockwise. The difference with this route is that it drives you through the central highland route “Kjölur” with Langjökull and Hofsjökull glaciers on each side and a stop at Hveravellir. This famous road stretches between South and North Iceland. This is a drive through a deserted area and waste land with a stop at Geysir geothermal area and Gullfoss waterfall.


Ultimate Bus Passport

Iceland by bus Ultimates

Our Ultimate Passport is your total Iceland bus ticket. Your passport is good for a complete circle around Iceland. It is just like the Full circle pass but includes the highland of Landmannalaugar & Þórsmörk. It also includes a Guided Golden Circle day tour with Secret Lagoon from Reykjavík.


Highland Hikers Passport

Iceland by bus highland hikers

The Highland Hikers Passport is perfect for hikers who want hike the famous Laugavegur route. This enduring hike is 3-5-days from Landmannalaugar to Þórsmörk, or a couple of days hike through Fimmvörðuháls pass via Skógarfoss to Þórsmörk. It is possible to combine the two trails into a longer hike. Our Highland Hikers passport gives you transport from Reykjavik to the beginning of your hike and then back from the finish.


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