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West Iceland

West Iceland, or Vesturland in Icelandic, has many highlights and places great for exploring. Some may say it is sadly a forgotten region as many visitors just pass by. Do not make that kind of mistake, it is close to Reykjavik but it has nothing to do with it. Its essence and soul differs greatly. If you really want to experience what it feels like to be just you and the nature, add it to your route.

West Iceland

Some areas are so remote and lonely, the connection with the nature is something you cannot avoid. Its diverse nature, from high mountains, glaciers and lava fields as worth checking. No one can get tired with such variety and splendid landscapes. In this section, we offer you information about campsites, Tricks, Tips and everything you need to know for your camping trip. This region and its volcanos and fjords are fore sure totally worth it.

Information about Iceland Campingcard vector drawing
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Woman looking out at water and hills from bench at campground in Iceland
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Delicious breakfast treats at the bakery counter
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The Silfra Fissure in Iceland's Thingvellir National Park
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Thingvellir National Park and Silfra fissure are top things to do in Icealand
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Iceland's Blue Lagoon Do's and Dont's
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Best Iceland Camping
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The Ultimate List Of Open All Year Campsites in Iceland
Many people are very clear about the seasons: they either love winter or they love summer. But what about those who want to come to Iceland regardless of the season? Well, we've got good news for them! There are campsites in Iceland that are actually open throughout the year. We've created this ultimate list of campsites open all year...
Reykjavík Campsite
The majority of the people come to Iceland in Summertime, which is the high season. Milder temperatures and more daylight are some of the reasons why. Camping sites are usually open in Summer because of weather conditions. Roads are clearer and they are easier to reach. It is actually the best time of the year to visit. But belive...

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