Cheap 4×4 Campervan Hire Iceland
campervan hire Iceland is the only way tour Iceland. Campervan is only possible during the summer months , with the touring season closing the end of September. With only 6 months when the roads are safe and passable a high demand builds for motorhome hire and camping car rental, resulting in suppliers selling out quickly. As such we highly recommend booking well in advance of your holiday travel dates. This will also ensure you get the best price and the best choice especially if you are after a 4×4 campervan available, which are available with Camper Iceland. Happy Campers offer a fun range of practical camping cars that are cheap and easy to drive again these also sell out quickly.
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Road Trip in the Land of Fire and Ice
Iceland is a stunning, contrasting country where glaciers, volcanoes, hot springs, and the Northern Lights abound. With countless natural wonders and undeveloped areas, the Land of Fire and Ice is among the top destinations in Europe. Visiting Iceland is more than just touring its many scenic spots. It is also an adventure that will make you realize that it is a great country bound by strong belief in community and social connection. Culturally, it offers numerous options from music, Nobel Prize-winning literature, visual arts, must-try cuisine, and handicrafts. Join the many that use campervan hire to see this unique country, book campervan hire Iceland early to get the best range of 4x4 camping cars and larger motorhomes.
Countryside Road Trips
If you love to discover the Icelandic countryside in rental campervan standard drive or 4x4, better set the right date for it or you will be disappointed. While the main routes are open all year, some small roads are impassable during the first half of the year. Plan your RV trip to the mountainous countryside within the months of June to October to be safe. Make sure to get info on mountain roads before you finalize your road trip within these months. We also highly recommend a hiring a 4x4 camping car in Iceland
Ireland has a lot to offer to travellers from across the globe. It is truly a country of contrasts with modernity in the city and magical gifts of nature in its outskirts. It is the Land of Fire and Ice in the literal sense, but it is always an inviting place for travel, road trips, and rediscovering the beauty of nature
Nature Tripping in Iceland in an RV
When in Iceland, a mobile home is your ticket to seeing the best that nature has to offer. And a road trip in and around the country is among the chosen activities that appeal to tourists these days. Families and groups of travellers can enjoy the sceneries from inside their rented RV.
While most visitors prefer touring the capital city of Reykjavik it is highly recommended to take a motor home and drive the main roads to see the spectacular sceneries. On the way, be sure to visit Þingvellir National Park. It is a must-see, not only because it is longest running parliament in the world, but it is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is located 30-50 km east of Reykjavík.
The Vatnajökull National Park is the newest national park in Iceland. It was founded in June 2008 and it is Europe's largest national park. You won't be disappointed when you choose this route because you'll pass by Hvannadalshnúkur (the country's highest mountain), Vatnajökull (the largest glacier), and Dettifoss (Europe's largest waterfall based on volume discharge) within the area.
If you love snow-covered mountains with a surprise, make sure to take the rout to Snæfellsjökull National Park. It is located in western Iceland and it is home to the ice-covered volcanic crater which was used as the setting for the book 'Journey to the Center of the Earth' by Jules Verne.
Aside from the natural wonders you will find within national parks, the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis is another wonder of nature that captivates many RV campers and tourists. You will see them more often between the months of September and January. If your plan is to take a road trip in September, take advantage of the Northern Lights and camping on the side as well. There are numerous camping sites that offer facilities and services particularly in the months of June to mid September.
For first-time visitors in Iceland, spectacular natural wonders are always abundant and ready for a photo op. Just by traveling along the Ring Road takes you to numerous breathtaking sceneries, waterfalls, fjords, mountains, geysers, natural hot springs, and wildlife. So, make sure your camera and mobile phones are fully charged during your road trip.