Most visitors to Iceland
have the common denominator of wanting to enjoy the country's unspoiled
nature as much as possible during their stay. But this can be rather
strenuous at times, depending on their itinerary. However, it is easy to
take a short break between activities and find peace and quiet on a
beautiful lake, or catch fish in a nearby river. Having such direct
contact with nature provides recovery time that is good for both the body
and the soul. Fishing permits are reasonably priced and you can choose
from thousands of trout and char fishing lakes and dozens of salmon
rivers. Special fishing holidays package fore
familys is know available.
Fishing holidays can be relaxing for
families who do things together, or as active as
they want them to be.
Iceland has always been free of UDN and other freshwater diseases, and
maintains a strict disinfection policy towards tackle brought by visiting
anglers. Visitors can have their tackle disinfected by local vets, and
obtain a certificate to prove the fact, before leaving for Iceland, or have
their equipment disinfected by officials on arriving at Keflavík,
Akureyri or at Egilsstadir airport.