Believe it or not campervan hire in Iceland is one of the most popular motorhome rental places in the world when the climate is right. Many people choose to hire a campervan to tour this stunning country. We have the most extensive range of motorhomes to suit all your travel needs at the best prices.
Iceland is a Nordic country between the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean, just outside the Arctic Circle. It has a population of 325,671 and an area of 103,000 square kilometres, making it the most sparsely populated country in Europe. Reykjavik is the capital city of Iceland.
Iceland as a country, is around the size of the American state, Iceland is a unique destination that offers pristine nature, breathtaking landscapes and vibrant culture. Discover everything Iceland has to offer when touring in your campervan rental vehicle because it really is the perfect destination for people looking for the unexpected. Something out of the ordinary, where mysteries await you.
The Blue Lagoon not is very popular for visitors and locals to take a dip in the geothermal springs, the scenery is breathtaking and is a must see while your in Iceland.
If your travelling from Keflavic International Airport it is literally only 20 minutes drive although I would allow up to 45 minutes.
The nearest campsite we could find to pitch your motrhome is the Lava Hostel which is located at Hjallabraut 51, 220 Hafnarfjörður, Iceland. You can stay for around 1.700 ISK per person + 330 ISK city tax per tent/campervan which is about $24.00 Australian dollars all in.
Experience the diversity of Iceland, the land of fire and ice, as it is called. In summer the days are long, 24 hours of sunlight, and in winter hardly any sunlight at all. Iceland has the largest glaciers in Europe, as well as some of the worlds most active volcanoes.
Hiking tours to the volcanoes and glaciers, Arctic sea tours, snowmobiling, explore the highlands on a jeep safari, horse riding tours, Arctic rafting, angling adventures, and do not forget to pack your bathers and a towel to enjoy the beautiful warm thermal pools.
Also The Westfjords is a fabulous pristine wilderness area, the ideal place for spotting birds, and you may even be fortunate enough to spot an Arctic fox the only indigenous mammal in Iceland.
The Aurora Borealis which also occurs in Iceland, is one of natures most fabulous wonders.
Remember, Iceland is not a destination, it is an adventure!