Motorhome travel Iceland
Rent a Motorhome in Iceland
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Motorhome travel Iceland. Camping in Iceland is an Adventure you will never forget. Book now while they are available! We offer a variety of Minicampers, medium campers and motorhomes for up to 8 passengers. Motorhomes are easy to drive. Representatives from the rental company will meet you at the start of your trip and walk you through the vehicle´s features and equipment.
There is one main road, Route 1, which circles the country; the others are either smaller asphalt roads, or rough tracks. The Icelandic road system is extensive and easy to navigate with a motorhome. Highway no. 1, commonly known as the Ring Road ( Reykjavík, Borgarnes, Blönduós, Akureyri, Egilsstaðir, Höfn, Vík, Hella, Selfoss and finally back to Reykjavík ), is the most travelled route around Iceland. The total length of the road is 1,332 kilometres (828 mi). Some of the most popular tourist attractions in Iceland, such as the Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss waterfalls, Dyrhólaey and the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, are by the Ring Road. It is open throughout the year, but weather conditions in winter can cause temporary closures. Most major highways are paved, but it may surprise travellers to learn that a large portion of the Icelandic road system is made up of gravel roads, particularly in the highlands. Driving in Iceland & Traffic Rules
Motorhome travel Iceland. The prices for motorhome rental and campervan hire is high, and so is the demand, so make sure you plan your trip well in advance and book your vehicle before you arrive to get a good discount. The earlier you book the cheaper the prices. Enter your search information for Motorhome, 4×4 Hire and Camper Rental in Iceland. For renting your motorhome it is always best to order early as the number of motorhomes / RV`s is limited.
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Motorhome Rental Iceland. Check out our selection of motorhomes and campervans. Motorhomes are a nice way to experience Iceland without worrying too much about accommodation. Motorhome travel Iceland
List of cities and towns you can visit in your camper on Route 1
Reykjavík, Mosfellsbær, Borgarnes, Bifröst, Blönduós, Akureyr, Reykjahlíð, Egilsstaðir, Reyðarfjörður, Eskifjörður, Fáskrúðsfjörður, Stöðvarfjörður, Breiðdalsvík, Djúpivogur, Höfn, Kirkjubæjarklaustur, Vík í Mýrdal (Vík), Skógar, Hvolsvöllur, Hella, Selfoss, Hveragerði
Main tourist attractions in iceland
Blue Lagoon, Grindavík – Just 40 minutes’ drive from Reykjavík is the most popular of geothermal spas which should be at the top of any visitor’s must-see list.
Spectacular Geysers – An 50-minute drive from Reykjavik, Strokkur Geysir is the most popular fountain geyser in the country and famed throughout the world. This active hot spring area lies in the southwest of Iceland beside the Hvítá River and is a favorite motorhome stop along what’s known as the Golden Circle. Boiling mud pits and around 100 other smaller exploding geysers are waiting to be explored here. Every few minutes, Strokkur will shoot water 30 meters into the air.
Gullfoss Waterfall – Is a 1 hour and 29 minutes drive from Reykjavik. To stand at Gullfoss and wallow in the beauty and the wonder of nature is an uplifting experience. Gullfoss waterfall is located off the main road, so you have to backtrack a little bit.
Dettifoss Waterfall – Dettifoss is a waterfall in Vatnajökull National Park in Northeast Iceland, and is reputed to be the most powerful waterfall in Europe. Plunging 45 meters and with a width of 100 meters. Generally, it’s best to approach on the east side of the River Jökulsa where the road is better.
Skaftafell Ice Cave, Vatnajökull National Park – The unique qualities of Vatnajökull National Park are primarily its great variety of landscape features, created by the combined forces of rivers, glacial ice, and volcanic and geothermal activity. Skaftafell Ice Cave and Höfn are open year round.
Landmannalaugar – In the south of Iceland about 180 kilometers from Reykjavik, is Landmannalaugar National Park, one of Iceland’s most popular tourist destinations.