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EcoLine 2 Berth

McRent 3.5/536 km from Reykjavik

EcoLine 2 Berth +8
Immediately available
2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
1 beds
AC
Shower/WC
€3,263.00 / per night €233.07
Compact Plus

McRent 4.5/536 km from Reykjavik

Compact Plus +7
Immediately available
2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
2 beds
AC
Shower/WC
€3,474.00 / per night €248.14
Urban Plus

McRent 4.5/536 km from Reykjavik

Urban Plus +9
Immediately available
2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
1 beds
AC
Shower/WC
€3,572.00 / per night €255.14
Family Standard

McRent 4.5/536 km from Reykjavik

Family Standard +11
Immediately available
4 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
3 beds
AC
Shower/WC
€3,655.00 / per night €261.07
Comfort Plus

McRent 4.5/536 km from Reykjavik

Comfort Plus +10
Immediately available
4 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
3 beds
AC
Shower/WC
€4,200.00 / per night €300.00
A unique holiday experience

Motorhome rental in Iceland

Renting a campervan in Iceland

Iceland is a unique little island at the top of the world and one of the most popular ways to explore it is with a campervan. You can visit any time of the year, but a winter visit will need some extra planning and perhaps a 4x4 campervan. However, visiting Iceland in winter is also recommended as you can visit magnificent icy waterfalls, snow-swept valleys and dramatic northern lights. In the summertime, you can enjoy the midnight sun, exploding geysers and emerald-blue lagoons. Travelling around Iceland with a campervan is cost-effective and gives you the most amount of freedom to explore this beautiful island.

Why is it worth booking a campervan in Iceland early?

With long summer days, quiet roads, and panoramic vistas, Iceland is just made for campervan vacations. Two to four weeks is the perfect length of time for a leisurely road trip around Iceland's Ring Road or Route 1. Just over 800 miles in length, this trip hits the country's highlights. Take your time cruising through the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, North Iceland, the East Fjords, and South Iceland before returning to enjoy a few days in the country's lively capital Reykjavik. Demand for camper rentals in Iceland peaks between May to September. This is when daylight hours are long and the weather is mild and sunny. To guarantee getting your choice of campervan during the peak season at a price that suits your budget, we recommend booking up to four months in advance. If, at first glance, the cost of camper rent in Iceland appears high, remember that you don't have to pay nightly rates for hotel rooms, hire a car, or dine out in restaurants every day. You also have the freedom to set your own itinerary as you drive through Iceland's stunning landscapes. Booking your camper in Iceland early also gives you plenty of time to enjoy planning your road trip with the help of CamperDay's experienced customer service team. Plus, you'll benefit from no-charge rebooking should your dates change and a fair and transparent cancellation policy.

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  • No. All you need to drive a camper in Iceland is a full and valid driving license issued by your country of residence.

  • The minimum legal age for hiring and driving a campervan in Iceland is 20 although individual companies may have their own age requirements.

  • Yes, you must present your credit card when collecting your campervan. This is to provide a security and damage deposit.

  • Campervans are the ideal way to enjoy a vacation with the whole family and your dog. Always check terms and conditions with your rental company and ensure you have the correct child seats.

  • Iceland has very strict rules about off-road driving. It is not permitted and the penalties are high. You may be able to drive on some basic F-roads with your campervan but always check your terms and conditions.

  • Yes. Iceland requires that headlamps are switched on at all times.

  • Wild camping in Iceland is no longer permitted. You must stay overnight on designated campsites or on private land with the permission of the landowner.

  • Dies stellt in der Regel kein Problem dar. Wir empfehlen Ihnen nur, sich vorab über die Sicherheitsvorkehrungen zu informieren und zu prüfen, ob im Wohnmobil eine Babyschale befestigt werden kann.

How does the site work?

CamperDays makes booking your RV rental in Iceland as easy as possible. First, select your pick-up point from the drop-down menu and enter your preferred vacation dates. A page will open with a choice of available campervans. Select and click on one or refine your search further by using the filters in the left-hand column. You can filter by price, vehicle size, vehicle type, distance from transport hubs, equipment, and rental company. Next, you can fine-tune your booking by looking at mileage and insurance packages, and adding any further equipment you need such as GPS and camping equipment. All you have to do to complete your booking is fill in your personal and billing details. Your adventure through the wonderful landscapes of Iceland is about to start.

  • 1. Find an RV
    1. Find an RV

    Simply enter your dates and location to begin your search.

  • 2. Receive offers
    2. Receive offers

    Request or book the campervan you want to rent for a great price.

  • 3. Book and go
    3. Book and go

    Complete your booking and your unforgettable adventure can begin!

The must-see parts of Iceland

Iceland is small enough to travel around yet diverse enough to spend a lifetime exploring. We have listed just a few of the many attractions in Iceland.

The Blue Lagoon

  • Just 40 mins drive from Reykjavík.

  • Visit one of Iceland’s most famous attractions and experience the famous healing powers of the mineral-rich waters.

  • Get a massage in the warm water or go on a guided tour of the pools.

  • Relax at the waterside and enjoy luxury food while soaking up the views.

Reykjavík

  • Visit the northernmost capital city on earth with its beautiful painted timber buildings.

  • Stroll around the city and visit one of the many craft coffee houses or microbreweries.

  • Visit the 242ft high Hallgrímskirkja tower that dominates the Reykjavík skyline.

  • Go to the Old Harbour and visit some of the many art galleries and museums.

The Golden Circle

  • This 185 mile loop can be driven from Reykjavík in a day, but there is plenty to see if you want to extend it to a couple of days.

  • See the magnificent Gullfoss waterfall, visit Þingvellir National Park where the tectonic plates meet and watch water shoot up to 130 ft from the famous Geysir.

  • Extend the trip and go rock climbing, rafting, visit the hydropower museum or soak in the goo-pools.

The Ring Road

  • Drive the 820mile ring road around the island on tar-sealed roads starting and finishing in Reykjavík.

  • Spend 7-14 days exploring lagoons, geysers, waterfalls, glaciers and much more.

  • See the largest ice cap outside the poles in the Vatnajökull National Park.

  • Choose from almost any outdoor activity and organise a tour or trip along the way.

Questions and Answers

The most frequently asked questions about campervan hire in Iceland

  • In order to rent a campervan in Iceland, it is enough to own a driver’s licence that has been issued in the EU.

  • Yes, you will need the main driver’s credit card, as it is required to pay for the deposit.

  • Yes, there are a number of places in Iceland that cannot be entered with a campervan. Check the rental conditions for more information.

  • Many companies have nothing against pets in their vehicles. For more details, you can check the rental conditions.

  • Even though it is not technically illegal, there are plenty of restrictions concerning wild camping in Iceland.

  • It depends on the campervan hire company. Usually, drivers have to be at least 20 years old to rent a vehicle.

  • Yes, there are no special restrictions when it comes to renting a campervan in Iceland with a baby.

Popular festivals and events in Iceland

Food and Fun (February): the best local restaurants in Reykjavik create discounted menus over the 4-day festival as international chefs take on the challenge to create the best dishes only using Icelandic ingredients.

Reykjavik Art Festival (June): see displays from artists from all over the world at this government-sponsored festival.

Akureyri Art Summer Festival (June/July): hidden up in the northern town of Akureyri, this 2-month long festival hosts an array of music and art performances.

Reykjavík International Film Festival(September): this 10-day festival screens classics, premiers and retrospective films along with seminars and workshops on film-related themes.

Most booked companies for an RV rental in Iceland

The campervans available to choose from in Iceland come in a wide range of designs and sizes so there's sure to be one that meets your vacation needs. As we only partner with 100% professional RV rental companies, you can be sure your camper will be fun to drive and fully equipped for an enjoyable and comfortable trip.

iNDiE campers

iNDiE offers 24/7 pick-up and drop-off options and flexible booking options meaning you can start and finish your Iceland road trip on a day and at a time that suits you. This is near Iceland's main airport and pre-booked transfers are available. iNDiE's range comprises mainly compact campervans that comfortably sleep two to four people.

McRent

The McRent depot is located just a couple of miles away from Keflavik Airport and a short journey from the center of Reykjavik. Transfers from the airport can be added to your booking. McRent offers a wide range of vans that sleep from two to six people. The cost of hiring an RV in Iceland with McRent includes unlimited mileage, comprehensive insurance, and a range of extras such as bicycle racks and awnings.

TouringCars

The TouringCars campervan fleet includes compact and small models perfect for romantic road trips right up to large family vans that sleep five to six people. Your campervan rent in Iceland with TouringCars includes everything you need to enjoy your vacation. The pick-up depot can be found at Reykjanesbær, and airport transfers are included in your rental price.

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  • Touring Cars

Categories of campervans in Iceland

Small RV
Small RV
2 - 4 peopleFuel consumption: 10 - 20 l / 100 kmFor people who don’t need much spacePros: mobile, compact, low rental price
Luxury RV
Luxury RV
3 - 7 peopleFuel consumption: ca. 25 l / 100 kmFor people who like high comfortPros: spacious, high comfort, exclusive equipment
Large motorhomes
Large motorhomes
3 - 7 peopleFuel consumption: ca. 25 - 35 l / 100 kmFor experienced driversPros: comfortable, spacious
4WD campers
4WD campers
2 - 4 peopleFuel consumption: ca. 16 l / 100 kmFor people who love exploring the landscapePros: powerful engine, all-terrain
Truck campervan
Truck campervan
2 - 5 peopleFuel consumption: ca. 30 l / 100 kmFor intermediate driversPros: all-terrain, comfortable, mobile, powerful engine

Semi-integrated

One of the most popular campervan types for travelling around Iceland is a semi-integrated campervan. It will be perfect for 4 travellers. The convenient interior is very practical for longer trips. These motorhomes always come with a range of useful amenities for your convenience.

Alcove

Alcove campervans are ideal for families with children as they come in varieties of up to 7 travellers. These vehicles cannot be mistaken for any other campervan type thanks to the characteristic sleeping space located above the driver’s cab.

Panel truck

Panel trucks will be the most comfortable travel option for couples. They are perfect for both longer and shorter adventures. They are easy to drive and their compact size makes parking in the city as simple as a walk in the park.

Tips on renting a campervan in Iceland

The summer season can get very busy in Iceland, so we recommend that you book several months in advance.

Visiting Iceland in a campervan is the best way to stay flexible and see as many sights as possible. The demand during the summer months is considerably higher, therefore it is recommended to book as early as possible. Booking early gives you the flexibility to choose a campervan which is best suited to your needs. In addition, it also gives you the best chance of getting a cheaper daily rate with savings of up to £75.

You can still be flexible when booking through Camperdays as rebookings or amendments are usually no problem.We do not charge for rebookings and we pride ourselves on having a fair cancellation policy. If you would like more information or if you would like to speak to our friendly customer service team, then give us a call.

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Experience an Alaskan winter, explore the Australian Outback or embark on a road trip through Europe – renting a campervan is the best way to travel any part of the world! Discover the ideal starting point for your holiday at our international locations. At CamperDays you can rent a campervan from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Namibia, Botswana and many other destinations.

Internationally, we work with many well-established providers who rent out campervans/motorhomes: from Cruise America and Road Bear RV, who are well-known U.S. rental companies, to Jucy, whose core business is Australia and New Zealand, and Apollo, which is a global company with lots of locations in Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

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