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Frequently asked questions about camper rental in Iceland

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RV rentals in Iceland usually cost - per day.
A credit card is required for the deposit in most cases. The deposit amount will be blocked on the credit card on site and unblocked when the RV is properly returned.
Please use our filters on the search results page. With the filter you can filter out supplier that allow you to bring pets.
Wild camping is generally prohibited in Iceland. There are a lot of possibilities to park your camper overnight in Iceland - either on a campsite or on a parking lot for campervans.
This depends on the rental company. Most rental companies allow use from the age of 18. Please check the rental conditions of the rental company on the details page.
This is allowed in principle, as long as the instructions for the safe fastening of the child are followed.
You can use your standard driving licence as long as it covers Class B. We advise you to take an international driving licence to complement this.
90 km/h (56 mph) on paved roads in rural areas, 80 km/h (50 mph) on unpaved roads in rural areas, and 30-50 km/h (18-31 mph) in urban areas. We always advise slowing down, especially since you are likely to encounter snowy, icy roads during most of the year.
The best vehicle for an Iceland Northern Lights hunt! Hiring a campervan will allow you to get as far away from the cities as possible. Darkness is key to spotting the Northern Lights on your RV excursion.
The Northern Lights season in Iceland typically runs from late September to late March.
Right now, there's some activity in the southwest of Iceland due to a volcanic eruption. However, this eruption isn't currently posing any danger, and it's safe to travel to Iceland. As this situation may change, we advise you to check local websites for updates before your trip to Iceland.
We suggest planning for a minimum of 7 days to complete the ring road journey, although 10 days is considered ideal. If you're short on time, you might want to explore the South Coast and the Golden Circle instead. Additionally, the Snæfellsnes Peninsula and Reykjanes Peninsula offer fantastic exploration options within a manageable driving distance.
Explore Iceland's five national parks, which make up 20% of its protected area, by driving your campervan or RV along the ring road. Snæfellsjökull National Park offers captivating landscapes, including glaciers and lava plateaus. Visit Þingvellir National Park for a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Vatnajökull National Park to witness the impressive Vatnajökull glacier. You can enjoy all of these experiences conveniently with your rental vehicle.
Traveling around Iceland in a campervan or RV is exciting and convenient, but it's important to plan for safe accommodations. While certain camping sites may require reservations, others operate on a first-come, first-served basis. Make sure there's enough space and suitability for your vehicle by calling ahead. Popular options include Skaftafell Campground, Hvolsvollur campsite, Þingeyraroddi campground, and Fossatún campsite.
In the winter months, Iceland becomes exceptionally picturesque, with pristine snow enhancing the lush vegetation. The vehicles are fitted with insulation akin to modern cars or steel-based vans, ensuring warmth and comfort. Just close all doors and windows, briefly warm up the car before settling in, and you'll be perfectly snug throughout the night!
Between May and June, Iceland experiences almost continuous daylight, with the sun barely setting, providing plenty of light throughout the day. The peak of the Icelandic midnight sun occurs around June 21st. Conversely, during December and January, Iceland has its shortest days, with only 4-5 hours of daylight per day.
In Iceland, campsite costs typically range between 1500 ISK and 3000 ISK per night for basic facilities, as found in simple campgrounds and campsites. For campgrounds with more amenities and services, prices can be higher, often between 3000 ISK and 5000 ISK per night. During peak season or at popular locations, rates may increase further. It is recommended to book in advance, especially during busy periods, to enjoy a relaxing camping experience amidst Iceland's spectacular landscapes.

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Important information and facts about Iceland

Iceland: The Land of Fire and Ice

Iceland, a volcanic island in the northwest of Europe, seems so far away and yet so close. Not only do the impressive horses feel at home in Iceland, but also the camper in his RV has discovered the nature and peace for himself.

This beautiful island also boasts an abundance of water, with large waterfalls and lakes to be found here. Iceland's waterfalls are even among the most energetic in Europe!

Although the island in the North Atlantic Ocean was not very vegetated in the past, the population took action. Today, you can hardly take your eyes off the lush environment and fascinating animals. Iceland also offers the opportunity to experience one of the greatest natural wonders. If you want to rent a camper, find a cozy place to park at dusk and enjoy the fabulous dancing Northern Lights.

It is also worth mentioning that Iceland has beautiful and impressive glaciers, some of which are still majestic despite their decline due to global warming. The largest glacier in Europe is located in Iceland!

You might think you don't need a swimsuit in Iceland, but that's far from the truth! Make sure to have a towel ready in the caravan, as Iceland is also known as the land of hot springs. Some are man-made, but the water in them is of natural origin. Iceland is the land of opposing forces - fire and ice!

Discover the Best Period for Your Camper Trip through Iceland

Iceland, the land of fire and ice, attracts adventurers from all over the world annually for its breathtaking landscapes and pristine beauty. If you're planning to explore Iceland with a camper, it's essential to choose the right period for the ultimate experience. Here are the best times to visit Iceland for your camper trip:

Summer Months (June - August):

  • Longest days: Enjoy the endless days and the midnight sun, meaning the sun practically shines 24 hours a day.
  • Optimal weather conditions: Take advantage of the mild temperatures and favorable weather conditions for outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, and sightseeing.
  • Lively atmosphere: Experience the vibrant atmosphere with festivals, events, and a bustling nightlife, especially in the capital Reykjavik.

Spring and Autumn (April - May, September - October):

  • Less crowded: Avoid the crowds of the peak season and enjoy more peace and quiet at popular tourist spots.
  • Autumn colors and spring blossoms: Admire the beautiful autumn colors in fall and the blooming spring blossoms in spring, transforming the landscape into a vibrant scene.
  • Chance to see the Northern Lights: In fall and early spring, there's a good chance to witness the magical Northern Lights dancing in the night sky.

Winter (November - March):

  • Enchanting landscape: Experience the enchanting beauty of Iceland covered in a layer of snow and ice, creating a fairy-tale landscape.
  • Northern Lights: This is the best time of the year to see the breathtaking Northern Lights dancing in the black night sky.
  • Peace and quiet: Enjoy the tranquility of the winter landscape with fewer tourists and a sense of serenity.

Regardless of the season you choose for your camper adventure in Iceland, prepare for an unforgettable journey filled with natural wonders and extraordinary experiences.

Routes and special destinations in Iceland

Renting an RV, especially in Iceland, means that you can travel very flexibly. The places you can rent are always available in sufficient numbers. So you can travel with your RV without having booked in advance. Renting a caravan also has the advantage, especially in the autumn and winter months, that you always have your home with you. Because as soon as the summer is over and the tourists leave the island, many hotels and restaurants close. The main advantage of renting an RV in Iceland is that you can enjoy togetherness during the romantic and cosy hours, especially when the northern lights are visible. Once you are ready to rent an RV, you can start planning your trip.

Here is a suggestion for exploring the entire island by RV:

This route takes you once around the island. Iceland is not so big that you need different routes. The important thing is that you can explore the whole island with all its sights.
The highland roads, which are difficult to drive on in an RV, are not included here. Not every RV, not every driver and not every season is suitable for driving an RV. If you would like to take such a route on your trip, you should check the weather forecast on site.

1. Reykjavik

This is the capital of Iceland. The best thing to do is to park your RV outside the city. There is a well-signposted park and ride area. From there you can easily get to the city centre by bus.
The town captivates with its charm. There is a large shopping mile where you can browse in a wide variety of boutiques.
Only a few minutes away from the capital, the first absolute sight awaits you. The volcano crater amazes campers as soon as they arrive in Iceland. Because here you go up in a gondola. If you want to experience an incomparable adventure, you can then descend into the volcanic cave from a good 120 metres!

2. Hellnar

This small, tranquil place is part of the Westfjords, a peninsula in Iceland. Here you have a wonderful view of nature and a wide view over the lands.
It is not unusual to be greeted by a "flying penguin" on arrival. For this is where these birds, that are part of the parrot family, come ashore to breed. Renting an RV and exploring this area of Iceland is a real dream. So, you can watch the birds, which are dressed like a penguin and have a bright beak, from your RV with binoculars.
This is also a beautiful spot to see the northern lights in the dark. Iceland has a very low level of light pollution. So, you can watch this spectacle of nature from your RV when the sky is clear.

3. Brekkulækur

It is not even a town. More like a small settlement. But here you can see what it means to rent an RV in Iceland. For here you will find a sensational horse farm with the typical horses of the island, the Icelanders. If you dare, you can take a guided tour with these gentle and playful animals and thus get in touch with horse and nature. The RV can be parked at the farm.

4. Akureyri

This is the second largest town in Iceland. There is a wide range of great campgrounds where the RV can be parked.
It is worth hiring one of the guided boat tours here. Because there you get the unique chance to experience whales almost within reach. The large sea creatures love the cold water off the coast.
In addition, you can visit many sights from the place. It is worth renting an off-road car and driving to the sulphur lake of Askja. This is not an easy route to take, but it is worth the journey. Once there, you will be overwhelmed by a lake with partly turquoise shimmering water. You can also see smaller waterfalls.
The advantage of renting an RV in Iceland is that you can manage your own time. So, you certainly need a little more in this beautiful place. For another hit is the excursion from the RV to the natural bath of Mývatn. Here you can relax optimally in a warm spring and let the fresh air and the surroundings take effect on you.

5. Fáskrúðsfjörður

This small settlement is situated right by the water. It serves as a starting point for great sightseeing. You will find beautiful campgrounds for your RV in the middle of untouched nature. As the village has a partnership with a French town, it is worth visiting the French Museum.
Looking inland, you can already see the mighty glacier. It wants to be explored. A guided bike tour is ideal for this. You can rent a bike at the campground. But you should not be without a guide. It is easy to get lost in the terrain.
Vatnajökull National Park is also not far away. Here you can take a long walk through the beautiful nature of Iceland. To fortify yourself after the round, there is a small restaurant in the village. This way you can get an insight into Icelandic cuisine.

Essential Information for Your Camper Adventure

Renting a camper opens the door to a journey full of adventure. Typically, you reach your destination by plane, with Reykjavik's nearby airport bringing tourists from all over the world to Iceland.

  • Booking a campsite is an essential step in Iceland. Previously, wild camping was allowed, but due to the increasing number of campers, the government has prohibited this and imposes heavy fines for violations.
  • Alcohol is expensive in Iceland. If you want to enjoy a drink in the evening, it's advisable to purchase it immediately at the airport, as it is rarely available in supermarkets and often expensive.
  • The currency in Iceland is the Króna. It's wise to exchange some money before entering the country, but thanks to advanced technology, you can pay almost anywhere, including with a credit card.
  • When planning your route through Iceland, you need to be cautious. Although Ring Road no. 1 encircles the beautiful island, there are also smaller roads, such as the so-called F-roads, which are only accessible to four-wheel-drive vehicles.
  • Icelanders have a strong connection to traditions, including belief in trolls and magic. So, it's not unusual to see stacks of stones, with adding to these towers seen as a sign of luck.
  • At remote resting places, you often come across well-sealed plastic boxes filled with welcoming gifts like sustainable food and homemade jam. For a few króna, you can take these as a gesture of hospitality.

Renting a camper in Iceland promises to be an unforgettable journey through nature!

Explore the Overwhelming Nature of Iceland with Camper Rental

Discover the breathtaking beauty of Iceland with a camper journey through a landscape filled with geysers, waterfalls, glaciers, and colorful mountain ranges. Let yourself be enchanted by the natural wonders of this fascinating country while enjoying the freedom and flexibility of traveling with a camper.

  • Blue Lagoon: A famous saltwater lake with a pleasant temperature of around 40°C, an icon with its blue-white color.
  • Waterfalls and Beaches: From the impressive Gullfoss to the spectacular Skógafoss, Iceland offers an abundance of natural beauty.
  • Geysers and Glaciers: Strokkur, part of the "Great Geyser," erupts every ten minutes with a fountain up to thirty meters high. Langjökull, the second-largest glacier in Europe, offers breathtaking views and an unforgettable experience in an ice tunnel.
  • Vatnajökull National Park: The largest national park in Europe, about 5 hours' drive from Reykjavik, is a natural treasure to explore.
  • Landmannalaugar: An impressive mountain range with a colorful landscape, shaped by nearby volcanoes, a must-see in Iceland.

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