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Jan 31, 2022

Clean & Safe 2022

In 2021 we at GT Travel registered for the Clean & Safe project that the Icelandic Tourist Board launched. Participation in the project is a pledge to our customers that cleaning and infection control are done conscientiously and all the rules from authorities are followed. Being a part of the Clean & Safe project in 2021 went well throughout the year and now the Icelandic Tourist Board has decided to keep the project ongoing for 2022. We will be taking part in this project once again as we are eager to keep our commitment to make our customers feel safe while traveling with us.
Apr 13, 2021

Eruption in Mt. Fagradalsfjall

On the Friday evening of 19th of March, the locals of town Grindavík noticed a very strong flare just northeast of town. An eruption had started in Geldingadalir valleys on the east side of Mt. Fagradalsfjall.
Feb 5, 2021

Dodge Weapon renewed

On 5. February 1965 this coach, Dodge Weapon year 1953, was redesigned as a coach. Guðmundur Tyrfingsson, the founder of GTS Ltd – GT Travel, owned that coach in the years 1964-1975. We first rebuilt it in 2009 and now we have renewed it again with new paint and makeover. On this day, exactly 56 years ago, it was first registered as a coach. The car is in perfect shape and ready after Covid-19.
Jan 22, 2021

Clean & Safe

The Icelandic Tourist Board has launched a project, based on a foreign model, called Clean & Safe.
Jan 20, 2021

Wheelchair accessible coach

This fall we added to our fleet a 51 seater wheelchair accessible coach.
May 13, 2020

Iceland open for travellers again on June 15th !!

This is really happening, and we are so happy about it.
May 5, 2020

Let´s travel to Iceland !!

Recent weeks and months have been like we are living in the middle of a fiction. Weird times to say the least.
Dec 11, 2017

Yule Lads are coming to town

Did you know that in Iceland we have 13 Yule lads ? They all have different names, and their mothers name is “Grýla” ...
Jul 3, 2017

First electric bus in Iceland

Photo taken outside of Harpa music hall, electric bus on the right. GTS has purchased the first electric bus in Iceland...