Tourism in Iceland

Following the economic collapse in 2008 Tourism in Iceland has come to play a more significant part in the national economy. The tourism industry was estimated to contribute to 4.1% of the country's GNP as of 2006. In 2010, 500,000 tourists visited Iceland. and an estimated 900,000 tourists will visit Iceland in the year 2013. Tourism, as a form of business in Iceland has grown steadily since the 1990s. In 2000, the annual number of visitors exceeded the total resident population for the first time. Since then, tourism has grown by about 11% on average each year. Jobs in the tourism industry were estimated at 7,385 in 2000 and at 8,211 in 2006 (4.5% of the workforce, compared to 6% each in the fishing industry and in agriculture). Tourism in Iceland is therefore a growing business and new and innovative tours are being developed every day. All these tourists in Iceland also need accommodations in Iceland which is another growing trade in Iceland.








Arctic Aurora

Do you never fell the need of being in the middle of nowhere? The need of leaving everything behind and just feel the necessity of emptiness, of clearness, silence and space.

Luxury Adventures – Private Travel Designer

We organize tailor made private luxury travel for discriminating visitors; individuals and groups. A family-run tour operator, we have a personal stake in making your stay unique and memorable in Iceland. Your holiday can be an all-inclusive vacation where we see to your every need. We are all about personal service.

Nonni Travel

Nonni Travel is a fully licensed travel bureau with main offices in Akureyri.