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Go SMART Budget Camper 2

Go CampersNew provider22 mi. from Reykjavik

Go SMART Budget Camper 2 +15
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2 adults
Manual
Petrol
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
1 Bed
AC
€1,238.00€1,109.00€79.21 per night
Go ICELAND Camper

Go CampersNew provider22 mi. from Reykjavik

Go ICELAND Camper +7
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2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
AC
€1,662.00€1,563.00€111.64 per night
Go 4x4 TOP Camper 2

Go CampersNew provider22 mi. from Reykjavik

Go 4x4 TOP Camper 2 +5
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2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
1 Bed
AC
4WD
€1,779.00€1,680.00€120.00 per night
Go SMART Automatic Camper 2

Go CampersNew provider22 mi. from Reykjavik

Go SMART Automatic Camper 2 +10
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2 adults
Automatic
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
1 Bed
AC
€1,865.00€1,736.00€124.00 per night
Go LITE Camper 3

Go CampersNew provider22 mi. from Reykjavik

Go LITE Camper 3 +12
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3 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
1 Bed
AC
€2,339.00€2,240.00€160.00 per night
Go LITE Automatic Camper 3

Go CampersNew provider22 mi. from Reykjavik

Go LITE Automatic Camper 3 +11
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3 adults
Automatic
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
1 Bed
AC
€2,496.00€2,397.00€171.21 per night
Go BIG Camper 5

Go CampersNew provider22 mi. from Reykjavik

Go BIG Camper 5 +11
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4 adults/1 children
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
2 Beds
AC
€3,179.00€3,080.00€220.00 per night
Go 4x4 Explorer Camper

Go CampersNew provider22 mi. from Reykjavik

Go 4x4 Explorer Camper +7
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4 adults
Automatic
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
4WD
€3,459.00€3,360.00€240.00 per night
Go 4x4 WRANGLER Camper

Go CampersNew provider22 mi. from Reykjavik

Go 4x4 WRANGLER Camper +11
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4 adults
Automatic
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
4WD
€3,459.00€3,360.00€240.00 per night
Go BIG Automatic Camper 5

Go CampersNew provider22 mi. from Reykjavik

Go BIG Automatic Camper 5 +10
Immediately available
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4 adults/1 children
Automatic
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
2 Beds
AC
€3,487.00€3,388.00€242.00 per night
Go 4x4 Cruiser Camper

Go CampersNew provider22 mi. from Reykjavik

Go 4x4 Cruiser Camper
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2 adults
Automatic
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
4WD
€3,879.00€3,780.00€270.00 per night
TC Van 4x4

Touring Cars4.5(11 Reviews)23 mi. from Reykjavik

TC Van 4x4 +6
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2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
1 Bed
AC
Shower/WC
Pets allowed
4WD
€4,215.00€4,140.00€295.71 per night
Go 4x4 LUX Camper

Go CampersNew provider22 mi. from Reykjavik

Go 4x4 LUX Camper +16
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3 adults
Automatic
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
AC
4WD
€5,419.00€5,320.00€380.00 per night
Go 4x4 PRO Camper 4

Go CampersNew provider22 mi. from Reykjavik

Go 4x4 PRO Camper 4 +14
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3 adults/1 children
Automatic
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
2 Beds
AC
4WD
€6,359.00€6,260.00€447.14 per night
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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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Helpful tips for your trip to Iceland

For the best weather and most agreeable conditions, you should visit Iceland during the summer, from June to August. Be aware, though, that this is a popular time, so you may have to manoeuvre around a lot of crowds, especially in the more popular parts of the country.

  • Hiking
    Hiking

    If you are interested in hiking when you rent a motorhome in Iceland, the best time to travel is between July and August, when all the official, well-maintained, and safe trails are opened.

  • Winter Holidays
    Winter Holidays

    Winter in Iceland is a unique experience; you can enjoy it in February. While there may not be as many hiking trails available, there are many great activities and interesting things to see at this time of year.

  • Nothern lights
    Nothern lights

    One of the most common reasons people visit Iceland and travel around the beautiful country is to see the Northern Lights. The best times to spot this natural phenomenon in the sky are February and March at the start of the year and September and October at the other end of the year.

Campervan offers for couples in Iceland

For a romantic trip for two exploring Iceland and other cities nearby, a smaller motorhome is just right. Discover our selection of vehicles for two people and explore together.

Go SMART Budget Camper 2
Go SMART Budget Camper 2
1 bed2 adultskitchen
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Go SMART Automatic Camper 2
Go SMART Automatic Camper 2
1 bed2 adultskitchen
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Go LITE Camper 3
Go LITE Camper 3
1 bed3 adultskitchen
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Campervan offers for families in Iceland

If you want to go on a family camping holiday in Iceland, we recommend a large motorhome. Alcove models are very popular with families with children, as the motorhomes are spacious and have several sleeping and seating areas.

Go BIG Camper 5
Go BIG Camper 5
2 beds4 adults/1 childkitchen
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Go BIG Automatic Camper 5
Go BIG Automatic Camper 5
2 beds4 adults/1 childkitchen
Details
Go 4x4 PRO Camper 4
Go 4x4 PRO Camper 4
2 beds3 adults/1 childkitchen
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Campervan offers for dog owners in Iceland

Whether it's a campervan or a classic motorhome, there are now several rental companies in Iceland that allow pets in their vehicles. In the CamperDays search, you can easily search for suitable offers using the "Pets allowed" filter.

TC Van 4x4
TC Van 4x4
pets allowed1 bed2 adults
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Camper Travel Route

Best driving routes around Iceland

The Golden Circle
The Golden Circle covers around 300 km on a looping road, which is by far the most popular and most famous driving route in Iceland. When you book a motorhome for hire in Iceland, you should take this road and loop around Reykjavik to the southern uplands and back again. As part of this route, you can take in the sights of the stunning geysers Strokkur and Geysir. Although Geysir has been dormant for the last few years, Strokkur erupts every 5 to 10 minutes. Then, there is the Gullfoss waterfall and Haukadalur’s geothermal wonder.

The Ring Road
The stunning Ring Road is another iconic driving route to consider when booking a motorhome rental in Iceland. It covers 1322 km and is an essential and intriguing looping road that connects most of the country's towns and villages. When you head out on the Ring Road, you can stop at critical locations, like the Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon, the incredible Godafoss waterfall, and Diamond Beach.

The Arctic Coast Way
Finally, the Arctic Coast Way is one of the best ways to get a less tourist-centred view of the country. When you use CamperDays to book a camper van for hire in Iceland, consider taking the Arctic Coast Way. It gives you a chance to see what life is like at the closest point in the country to the Arctic Circle, and although the route only opened in 2019, it is incredibly popular.

Traffic rules in Iceland

Traffic rules with a motorhome
  • You drive on the right-hand side of the road in Iceland and overtake on the left-hand side.

  • You need to give way or priority to the vehicles approaching from the right, being especially mindful of emergency vehicles and buses.

  • You must remember to use dipped headlights all year, day and night.

  • You can use your horn when you overtake or if there is immediate danger

  • As there are no motorways in Iceland, there are no tolls.

  • You need to reduce your speed when you pass another car on a more rural road to prevent windscreen damage from flying stones and gravel.

  • The speed limit in Iceland is 50km/hour in built-up areas. For more open roads, the maximum speed limit depends on the kind of surface; for asphalt roads, it is 90km/hour, whereas for gravel roads, it is 80km/hour.

Places of interest and excursions in Iceland

The Blue Lagoon
40 minutes drive outside the capital Reykjavik, this beautiful body of water is well-known for the healing powers of the large volume of minerals found in it. You can enjoy a guided tour of the different pools or relax by the water with Icelandic food and breathtaking views.

Þingvellir National Park
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it's the most significant natural wonder in the country, Þingvallavatn. The biggest draw is the trench created when the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates moved, Silfra. Here, you can swim between two continents.

Gullfoss Waterfall
Formed from the torrents of the mighty Hvítá River, Gullfoss is one of the most impressive waterfalls in the country. The roar of the crashing waters is something unforgettable. As water sprays upward from Gullfoss, the waterfall illuminates with rainbows.

Geysir
Geysir is the original site that gave the name geysers to other parts of the world. Many holes in the ground are formed by boiling water that bursts high. Geysir is still active and still magical.

One of the most spectacular experiences in Iceland: a geyser in the geothermal area.
The best campsites

Campsites in Iceland and the surrounding area

Your stay for the first night

  • Western Iceland/Reykjavík
    Tjaldsvæðið Laugardal
  • Western Iceland/Borgarnes
  • Eastern Iceland/Selfoss
    Tjaldsvæðið Þjórsárdal
  • Western Iceland
  • Western Iceland
    Camping Bjarteyjarsandur
  • Western Iceland/Sandgerdi
    Camping Sandgerdi
Questions and AnswersFAQ – die häufigsten Fragen zur Wohnmobilvermietung in Houston
  • 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.

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