RV rental in Norway

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9 offers for your holiday in Oslo
Urban Plus

McRent4.5(33 Reviews)36 km from Oslo

Urban Plus +8
Immediately available
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2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
1 beds
AC
Shower/WC
€1,472.00 / €105.14 per night
Family Standard

McRent4.5(33 Reviews)36 km from Oslo

Family Standard +10
Immediately available
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4 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
3 beds
AC
Shower/WC
€1,703.00 / €121.64 per night
Compact Luxury

McRent4.5(33 Reviews)36 km from Oslo

Compact Luxury +7
Immediately available
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4 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
3 beds
AC
Shower/WC
€1,703.00 / €121.64 per night
Comfort Standard

McRent4.5(33 Reviews)36 km from Oslo

Comfort Standard +7
Immediately available
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2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
1 beds
AC
Shower/WC
€1,749.00 / €124.93 per night
City Extra

rent easy5(1 Reviews)30 km from Oslo

City Extra +6
Immediately available
2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
250 kilometres per night incl.
1 beds
AC
Shower/WC
€1,784.00 / €127.43 per night
Comfort Plus

McRent4.5(33 Reviews)36 km from Oslo

Comfort Plus +9
Immediately available
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4 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
3 beds
AC
Shower/WC
€1,838.00 / €131.29 per night
Comfort Luxury

McRent4.5(33 Reviews)36 km from Oslo

Comfort Luxury +8
Immediately available
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4 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
2 beds
AC
Shower/WC
€1,869.00 / €133.50 per night
Active Extra

rent easy5(1 Reviews)30 km from Oslo

Active Extra +6
Immediately available
2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
250 kilometres per night incl.
2 beds
AC
Shower/WC
€1,896.00 / €135.43 per night
Family Classic

rent easy5(1 Reviews)30 km from Oslo

Family Classic +8
Immediately available
4 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
250 kilometres per night incl.
3 beds
AC
Shower/WC
€2,007.00 / €143.36 per night
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Why is it worth booking an RV rental in Norway early?

Norway is made for outdoor life, particularly in the summer months when temperatures are mild and the days are long. This is why it is the perfect destination for a campervan vacation. Rent a campervan in Norway and you can explore scenery that ranges from mountains and fjords to rolling meadows and glaciers. Along the way, dip into the culture of cities such as Oslo, Bergen, and Tromso or spend time discovering the Sami way of life within the Arctic Circle. You'll know when you book exactly how much your campervan hire in Norway is going to cost, helping you balance your vacation budget. While a camper rental in Norway may seem expensive, it compares favorably with the price of booking car hire and hotel rooms or having to dine in restaurants every day. Your campervan rental in Norway has everything you need to travel in style. Exploring Norway by road is best done during the summer months of June until September. This is when demand for vehicles is high so CamperDays recommends booking your camper rental in Norway up to four months in advance. This guarantees you the best price, vehicle, and dates combination along with transparent cancellation terms along with no extra charges if your vacation dates change. If you have any queries or concerns speak to a member of the CamperDays customer service team. They are always happy to answer any questions you have about your campervan vacation in Norway.

Most booked companies for a camper rental in Norway

With plenty of pick-up and drop-off points in Norway, it's easy to plan a wonderful vacation in a campervan. CamperDays only partners with 100% professional rental companies so your camper in Norway is guaranteed to be comfortable to sleep in and fun to drive. And, of course, totally safe.

McRent

McRent is one of the most popular campervan rental companies in the world and offers a wide choice of rental vehicles and pick-up points in Norway. You can start your road trip in Oslo, Stavanger, Bjerkvik, Nordkjosbotn, Trondheim, Sem, and Fell. This means that whichever part of Norway you want to explore, you won't have to travel far to reach it. McRent has well-equipped campervans that comfortably sleep from two to six. Mileage is included in the rental price and paid airport transfers can be pre-booked.

Touring Cars

Oslo, Trondheim, and Tromso are your pick-up points for a Touring Cars RV rental in Norway. Its modern vehicles sleep from two to six people and your rental package includes airport transfers and unlimited mileage. Touring Cars requests that all drivers have held a full driving license for at least two years.

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Touring Cars
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Useful Tips for Camping in Norway

Summer is the best time to visit Norway. The milder weather is great for discovering the famous fjords. You can drive a campervan in Norway if you aged 21 or over and have a valid UK passport and a full UK driving licence.

Summer is the best time to visit Norway. The milder weather is great for discovering the famous fjords. You can drive a campervan in Norway if you aged 21 or over and have a valid UK passport and a full UK driving licence.

  • Outdoor Activities
    Outdoor Activities

    The best time to visit Norway for outdoor activities is during the summer months. You can enjoy long days full of nature walks, hiking, swimming in the mountain lakes or visiting the spectacular fjords.

  • Beach Holidays
    Beach Holidays

    Norway has a very long coastline with some of the most pristine and amazing beaches in the world. In summer the temperatures can exceed 20°C, but make sure to pack a jumper just in case it does get a bit chilly.

  • Winter Holidays
    Winter Holidays

    You can also go camping in Norway in the winter and enjoy the snowy slopes. Experience some of the ski slopes and book with us between November and February to see the Northern Lights.

Campervan offers for couples in Norway

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

Urban Plus
Urban Plus
1 bed2 adultskitchen
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City Extra
City Extra
1 bed2 adultskitchen
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Active Extra
Active Extra
2 beds2 adultskitchen
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Campervan offers for families in Norway

If you want to go on a family camping holiday in Norway, 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.

Compact Luxury
Compact Luxury
3 beds4 adultskitchen
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Comfort Luxury
Comfort Luxury
2 beds4 adultskitchen
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Family Classic
Family Classic
3 beds4 adultskitchen
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Best Campervan Routes

Here at Camperdays we aren’t only campervan experts, as we also like to share our knowledge with our customers. Below you will find a small list of fantastic campervan routes in Norway for your next holiday:

  • The Lofoten Islands:

On your next campervan holiday, you should definitely visit these islands. The archipelago is famous for its dramatic landscapes, with towering peaks, beautiful beaches and quaint fishing villages. The E10 road goes through the islands and offers stunning views both of the coast and the mountains.

  • The Hardangervidda National Park:

The Hardangervidda National Park is Norway's largest national park. It is well known for its breathtaking scenery and landscapes. This route will take you through the park where you will get some fantastic views of snow-capped mountains and glaciers.

  • Old Strynefjelll Mountain Road:

On this route you will get to see lakes, glaciers and the surrounding mountains. Renting a campervan in Norway will give you the comfort and flexibility to stop off along this scenic route to take in the natural beauty of the area.

Driving in Norway

  • Remember that in Norway they drive on the right, it is important to keep this in mind when overtaking or turning. As a general rule, vehicles and trams coming from the right have priority.

  • To use some roads, bridges and tunnels you will have to pay tolls. You will also have to pay if you would like to drive into some of the cities such as Oslo, Bergen and Stavanger.

  • Driving with dipped headlights is mandatory at all times even on a sunny day during the summer.

  • The following speed limits apply when driving in Norway: motorways and dual carriageways 90km/h (55mph) or 100km/h (62mph), outside built up areas 80km/h (49mph), urban areas 50km/h (31mph) and in residential areas 30km/h (18mph).

Things To Do and see

  • Galdhøpiggen: don’t miss out on the breathtaking views from Norway’s highest mountain. This mountain is 2,469m (8,100 ft) and it is also the highest mountain in Northern Europe. On a sunny day you will have great views of the Jotunheimen mountains. Galdhøpiggen is popular with tourists and hikers.

  • Fjords: in Norway there are over 1,100 fjords and they are famous for their natural beauty. When visiting the fjords you can try out rafting, glacier hiking, rock climbing or enjoy lots of picturesque walks. Some of the most beautiful fjords in Norway are Geirangerfjord, Sognefjord and Aurlandsfjord.

  • Northern Lights: Norway is well known as being a hotspot for the Northern Lights. Some of the best places to see the Northern Lights in Norway are Tromsø, Kirkenes and Lofoten. Don’t miss out on this amazing natural phenomenon that takes place from November to February.

  • Lake Mjøsa: this is the largest lake in Norway. Lake Mjøsa is a must-visit for nature lovers. You can relax in the sun or go for a refreshing swim in the crystal-clear waters. By the lake there are lots of picnic areas for enjoying a meal whilst admiring the beautiful scenery.

Campsites in Norway

  • Furuly Camping
    2693 Nordberg
    Skjåk, Norway - near Galdhøpiggen.

  • Geiranger Camping
    6216 Geiranger
    Norway – near the fjords.

  • Lofoten Beach Camp
    Kjerkveien 45
    Ramberg 8380, Norway – ideal for seeing the Northern Lights.

  • Lillehammer Camping
    Dampsagvegen 47
    2609 Lillehammer, Norway - ideal for visiting Lake Mjøsa.

FAQs
  • Yes, wild camping is allowed. You can camp anywhere for up to 2 nights without seeking the landowner’s permission.

  • You can fish in the sea if you use a handheld tackle. There are some species of fish which are protected and you are not allowed to catch them. You will need a permit for freshwater fishing.

  • There is a ban on open fires and barbecues from 15th April to 15th September.

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