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A Travel Guide to Iceland by Campervan - Part One: Advantages

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Our country is currently having its moment in the sun, so to speak. Tourism has grown exponentially thanks to affordable flights, extended layovers, massive amounts of coverage in travel magazines, the fervor of travel bloggers and Instagrammers alike, and even the occasional Justin Bieber music video. Even popular TV shows like Game of Thrones have gotten in on the action. Suddenly, everyone wants to come here, and rightfully so. We are known as the Land of Fire and Ice thanks to our unique landscapes and geological features. How many other countries can boast 30 active volcanoes, 10,000+ waterfalls, black sand beaches, massive glaciers, and bubbling geothermal mud? And with the Ring Road encircling the entire island, you can see why Iceland was essentially made for road trips.


But what’s the way to really explore everything this small, Nordic nation has to offer? Should you opt for car rental in Iceland and stay at hotels or go the budget route and opt for tent camping in Iceland? Ultimately, I think the best answer is a combination of the two: camper rental in Iceland. You get the best of both worlds. This is a much more economical option than staying at hotels, guesthouses, and Airbnbs. You also get to skip the hassle of setting up and taking down a tent at campsites. Here is a full list of the reasons you should consider doing a road trip in Iceland by campervan.

It’s a Once in a Lifetime Experience


This is may or may not be your first time contemplating camper rental. Sure, we’ve all taken road trips. But camper rental in Iceland takes things a step further by giving you a completely new experience. You might be concerned that spending several nights in such close quarters will be a bit too much, but really nothing could be further from the truth. Your sleeping quarters are quite cozy, and you will wake up to some of the most breathtaking views that Mother Nature has to offer. You can also pull over anytime to cook lunch and enjoy your meal in the great outdoors.

It Beats Sleeping in a Tent