Never been to Iceland? This is a good excuse to go! A week or two is all you need to see this incredibly rugged island in the middle of the North Atlantic — you’ll be glad you went, because there is nowhere else like this place.
If Iceland isn’t your preferred destination, you can book a cheap connecting flight using one of these awesome flight search engines. Some of the flights I list below are on WOW air, which charges additional fees for checked baggage and sports equipment such as camping tents (it’s still cheaper to bring your own tent and check it than buying one in Iceland, where that sort of thing is super expensive). If you’ve never flown on a low-cost carrier such as WOW, check out this handy infographic on budget airlines. And if you want to travel somewhere else in Europe without flying or paying a lot of money to rent a car, this list of travel websites and apps will come in handy.
Let me know if you booked this flight, or have questions about traveling in Iceland! And enjoy this picture of me, hitch-hiking through Iceland’s desolate Westfjords in October 2014. Ah, what a trip that was.
Baltimore – Reykjavik: April 13-22 on WOW air for $260.
Boston – Reykjavik: March 29-April 6 on WOW air for $260.
Los Angeles – Reykjavik: March 8-14 on WOW air for $300.
Newark – Reykjavik: April 27-May 6 on WOW air for $300.
San Francisco – Reykjavik: March 6-13 on WOW air for $300.
For the absolute cheapest price (and to help support this website), book your flight through my DoHop search engine link.
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