The possibilities are endless

The Iceland On Your Own Bus Pass covers all routes in the Iceland On Your Own network. If you cannot decide or just want to see it all, this is the pass for you. With the Iceland On Your Own Bus Pass you can travel back and forth along any of our routes as you please within the chosen time frame. There are several options - from 3 -15 consecutive days. The possibilities are endless. You can travel most of the country and take in the highlights of what Iceland has to offer.

All the Iceland On Your Own routes have at least one departure time per day, except for routes 14/14a, 10/10a and 16/16a. Kindly observe the timetables for further information and remember that all the routes are included in this pass.

Please note, pass holders need to check-in to each route on their preferred departure at least 48 hours in advance*.

As this pass is valid on all routes and departures in the Iceland On Your Own network throughout the chosen time frame the amount of options available might seem overwhelming at first. You can visit the lush green landscape of Þórsmörk nature reserve, travel to the geothermal area of Landmannalaugar - with its vibrant yellow rhyolite mountains, stay in Skaftafell National Park - drive along the black beaches along the way, take a boat tour on the Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon and visit Laki craters - a 25 km long row of volcanic craters that erupted in 1783. The list goes on and on so start planning your adventure now!

Kindly remember to check-in to your departure in advance to guarantee your seat, otherwise your preferred departure might be sold out.

Accommodations tend to get fully booked during high season, so it is good practise to book accommodations ahead of time. Guesthouses and hostels can be found along the way and many hotels suitable for different tastes. There are many good campsites along the way and they usually have plenty of space available.

Note that some routes start later or end earlier than this pass´ availability, kindly observe each individual schedule. Road and weather conditions might affect individual routes as well, especially mountain routes.

*To check-in, please send an email to [email protected] with your booking number, your preferred dates, departure and arrival location as well as departure time, at least 48 hours before departure. (Please note that the bus might be fully booked on your preferred departure even with the 48 hour notice, the sooner you check-in the more chance there is for availability).

Where this passport takes you

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Passport availability

15 JUN 31 AUG

Available days:

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Passport details

According to schedule

Tour ID: 50de2f1f-73e0-e411-8343-005056878151

What's included

  • Audio guided bus fare
  • Guaranteed seat once checked in

Additional information:

Please collect your bus pass at BSÍ Bus Terminal Reykjavik

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The great geyser at Geysir first began spouting in the 14th century and all the others around the world are named after it. Despite being dormant its successor, the hot spring Strokkur pleases visitors by shooting a column of water into to the air every 4 – 8 minutes.



Iceland´s best-loved National Park known for its exceptional beauty and historical importance. The park is also a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.



Thorsmörk nature reserve is undeniably one of the most beautiful locations in Iceland located between three glaciers. A truly magical place to visit, with arctic vegetion, wonderful rock formations and surroundings where the Icelandic mythology of elves and trolls comes to life.



Landmannalaugar is a natural pearl hidden in the highlands. You will find diverse landscapes, hot and cold springs, multi-coloured mountains and amazing lavafields. It´s the ideal site for hikers as the possibilities are almost endless.



Skaftafell is renowned in Iceland for its agreeable climate and the sunny days in summer. Skaftafell National Park became a part of the larger Vatnajökull National Park in 2008. Within the park lies half of the largest ice cap in Europe, Vatnajökull.



Lakagígar Craters


Skógafoss waterfall is one of the biggest waterfalls in Iceland with a width of 25 meters (82 ft.) Due to the amount of spray the waterfall consistently produces, a rainbow is very often visible on a sunny day