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To go East or go west, that is the question! Is there anything more important than knowing where to go? Routes is a basic and fundamental part of any trip. It does not matter if you are camping, staying are hotels or just spending some couple of hours anywhere. Routes is what helps keeping everything organized. Knowing the places where you want to head and find information about it can save time. Also, do not forget about about saving money by choosing faster routes and places to stay beforehand.


That is why in Camping Iceland Blog we intend to provide different options. For those who do not really know where to start. Or even those who have already been to Iceland before. It does not matter, we all can learn and visit new places and discover what they got to offer. Join us in this adventure, let us be a part of it! We will love to hear all about it!

Open stretch of Iceland's Ring Road
When planning a road trip in Iceland, you’ll find a lot of information about the Ring Road and have plenty of questions. What’s the speed limit? What are the road conditions like? What are some things to do in Iceland along the Ring Road? Perhaps the most frequently asked question is how long it will take you to drive...
F208 in Landmannalaugar Iceland
Anyone driving in Iceland will quickly learn a thing or two about the country’s roads. To start, Iceland’s Ring Road (Route 1) circumnavigates the island. It's a paved, two-lane highway that any vehicle can drive on. When you decide to go further inland and enter the Highlands, you'll need to drive on Iceland's F-roads. But what exactly is an F-road?...
Colorful, bubbling mud and rocks in Hverir in Iceland's Diamond Circle
Many people who come to Iceland on vacation have a short 5-day or 7-day itinerary. This usually gives them just enough time to explore Reykjavik, soak in the healing waters of the Blue Lagoon, and explore popular areas like Vatnajökull National Park and Reynisfjara in the south or Snaefellsnes Peninsula in the west. While it’s no secret that south Iceland...
Green pump at gas station in Iceland
Driving around Iceland on the country’s 1,333 km (828 mi) Ring Road means spending a fair bit of time at the local petrol stations along the way. No Iceland itinerary would be complete without having to stop your vehicle, stretch, grab some Icelandic hot dogs, take photos, and then get back on the open road. If you have never...
Views from inside of a car on a Road trip in Iceland
Welcome back to our third and final installment of your 7-day itinerary for a road trip in Iceland. We are now reaching the end of our trip as we wake up in the beautiful Snæfellsnes Peninsula. I recommend waking up early to take advantage of the entire day. What exciting and breathtaking locations await us in the Snæfellsnes Peninsula? Day...
girl with a map for hr 7-Day Ring Road Itinerary
You have just spent the night either in Vík or somewhere in the surrounding region. You are bright-eyed, bushy-tailed and ready to go out and tackle the next portion of your Ring Road adventure through Iceland. Southern Iceland has some must-see locations you should visit before making your way up north and eventually back west. Now that you have...
Family on Iceland Ring Road 7 day itinerary
Even though summer is rapidly coming to a close in Iceland, you still have enough time to pull the trigger on an Icelandic summer adventure you will never forget. Road tripping through Iceland is something I think everyone should do in their lives at least once, and completing the Ring Road is a bucket list item for countless travelers....
What are the top stops and attractions on Iceland's southern Ring Road?
Welcome back to part two of the best places to stop in southern Iceland during your trip around the Ring Road! Like I said in the previous article, there are a multitude of stops to choose from when it comes to traveling the Ring Road in Iceland. And southern Iceland is no exception. Let us take a look at...
Skogafoss falls are a popular stop on Iceland's southern Ring Road route
Congratulations! You are thinking about embarking on one of the greatest road trips in the world: traversing Iceland’s picturesque Ring Road route. The iconic route circumnavigates the entire island of Iceland, and you will see a handful of our breathtaking and unforgettable landscapes. But, where do you go? What should you see? If you are taking the most common...
The Silfra Fissure in Iceland's Thingvellir National Park
The Golden Circle, or sometimes known as the Golden Triangle, is a stunning sightseeing route that cuts through south Iceland. If it is your first time visiting our island nation, I would say it is a must-see. The route features some of the best that Iceland has to offer: tranquil waterfalls, one of our beloved national parks, powerful geysers,...


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