There are 26 Iceland campsites open all year
Winter camping in Iceland is an extraordinary adventure. You’ll find the country at its winter best, with icy landscapes and scenery that looks like something out of a snow globe. A frozen waterfall or the view from atop a glacier are images you won’t soon forget. But remember, winter is low season in Iceland, so it requires a little...
How much does fuel cost in Iceland at this gas station?
Most people planning a camping trip in Iceland do so for several reasons. Some like the feeling of roughing it and getting away from their daily routine. Others want to get closer to nature. And many people are simply trying to save money. Camping is one of the best and cheapest ways to travel around the island. Regardless of...
Food and cooking ideas for camping in Iceland
Camping in Iceland is probably one of the cheapest and most affordable ways to discover this Nordic nation. It also provides a closer contact to nature, more flexibility and planning adapted to your own needs. Whether it’s in a tent, in a camper or using a motorhome, you need to be aware that camping is more than just finding...
7 reasons to visit Iceland during low season
Oh, traveling to Iceland! Just the thought of it makes many start to daydream about their glorious vacation. Vik's black sand beaches, Vatnajökull glacier, temperamental volcanos like Eyjafjallajökull, places bursting with tourists. Wait, what? If you are a little puzzled by reading that last sentence, it’s probably because visiting overcrowded places is not what we look for when traveling....
Winter travel tips for Iceland
Some people love it, others hate it. But nobody can deny that there is something special about winter, especially in a place like Iceland. I mean, who doesn’t love a cup of hot cocoa, watching movies and snuggling with a soft, cozy blanket? All the while watching the rain spatter the windows and the wind blow hard. Ok, sorry!...
Iceland's February weather has a lot of snowfall
Iceland is a spectacular vacation destination for the winter. The country’s snowy landscapes are pristine and beautiful. Outdoor activities like glacier hikes on Skaftafell or exploring the Crystal Ice Cave in Breiðamerkurjökull are everywhere. February is a great time to visit Iceland, but there’s something very important to keep in mind when planning a trip during this time. The...
Iceland's Northern Lights over Kirkjufell mountain in winter
Don’t you just love checking out those mind-blowing pictures of Iceland on Instagram? If you’re not an Instagram fan, you can still see some pretty astonishing photos of Iceland on Pinterest. OK, and if you don’t have Pinterest either, we can always look on Google Images. I’m pretty sure that one applies to everybody. Regardless of the website you...
Cars, campervans and motorhomes at Iceland campsite
Camping trips in Iceland have grown in popularity for couples, families, and solo travelers alike. They're a great way to see the country. They’re also a cheap alternative to extremely pricey hotels on an already astronomically expensive island. But camping in Iceland is a blanket term that encompasses a wide range of activities and travel styles. Your preferences and...
A tourist (hopefully) wild camping legally in Iceland
Camping in Iceland is one of the most popular ways to explore the country. It also provides a cheap alternative to staying at hotels. With prices of around $10-15 per night per person to stay at a campsite, there just no comparison. But Iceland Camping might be a little different than what you’re used to. In many countries (like...
Traditional Icelandic lopapeysa wool sweater
Iceland is more than just incredible landscapes, road trips around the island, and unforgettable adventures. Iceland is also about tradition. And who would have ever thought, it’s also linked to fashion. The traditional Icelandic Lopapeysa wool sweater is the garment that Icelanders need to protect themselves from the local weather. But, what is the Lopapeysa? If you want to...