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Driving in Iceland in the fall has less crowds at waterfalls like this

Driving in Iceland in the Fall

You’ve made the right decision to organize a trip to Iceland and see the captivating Land of Fire and Ice. There are plenty of wonders to enjoy as you tour this...
The Ring Road is a scenic route in Iceland

Coolest Roads and Scenic Routes to Drive in Iceland

Driving and Iceland are practically synonymous, so it's no surprise that our beautiful country has so many scenic routes. If you're looking for stunning natural beauty and breathtaking landscapes, you've come...
Speed sign of 90 km/h or 60 mph on Iceland's Ring Road?

How Long Does it Take to Drive Around Iceland?

Iceland is a stunningly beautiful country and is perfect for a road trip. The country’s Ring Road offers the perfect means of circumnavigating the island. Whether you’re traveling by car, campervan...
F208 in Landmannalaugar Iceland

What is an Iceland F-Road and When Do They Open?

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...
Driving in Iceland in winter on snowy roads

Winter Driving in Iceland – Tips and Advice

Winter is here, and that means an onslaught of winter tourists making their way around Iceland’s Ring Road. You can’t really blame them. Prices are lower (along with temperatures), the magnificent...
Campfire on snow during camping trip in Iceland

Winter Camping in Iceland

Iceland's popularity among tourists has grown exponentially in the past decade. And many travelers are not just coming in summer. The month of December, January and February have steadily been gaining...
Mountains and road in car rearview mirror in Iceland with times and distances

Times and Driving Distances To Iceland’s Most Popular Attractions from Reykjavík

How long does it take to drive to the Blue Lagoon, Vatnajökull National Park, or around the Golden Circle? Well, like many things in life, the answer is “it depends”. When...
Car driving on icy, ashy, sandy roads in Iceland

Iceland Car Rental 101: Protect Yourself with Sand and Ash Coverage

Many people don’t know this, but Iceland is technically classified as being 20% desert. Crazy fact, right? The majority of this comes from the volcanic plains and the black sand surfaces...
Woman turning up her playlist for best road trip songs

Best Road Trip Songs for Your Iceland Trip

No road trip would be complete without catchy tunes to sing along with. Just you, your friends, the open road, and views of diverse and stunning landscapes. If you are coming...
Green pump at gas station in Iceland

Top Tips for Gas Stations 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...


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