July 12, 2021

COVID-19 and Worry-Free Bookings

Starting from June 15th, the borders in Iceland will be open to the public. We are doing it our way (like always), so read on if you are interested in traveling to Iceland, or if you have an upcoming booking. We have only two active cases and no new infections for a while.

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When the settlers came to Iceland over a millennia ago they brought with them a a creature that would prove instrumental in the survival of the country's inhabitant: The Icelandic horse.

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It is time to announce the winner of a 5 day trip around Iceland in our Easy Clever 4x4!

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You’ve purchased your flights, reserved your Camp Easy rental, and plotted out your route. Congratulations! Now all you need to figure out is what you’re going to cook on your road trip! 

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Some people might think that camping in the realm of elves and trolls is a challenge, but it‘s not. They often ask questions such as: Are there deadly animals in Iceland? Is my camper safe during winter? How cold does it get? We‘ve gathered information, so you´ll see there‘s no need to fear camping in […]

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The Easy Guide is a product developed by Origo (in conjunction with CampEasy,) a large software company in Iceland. The Easy Guide is at its core a software solution aimed at assisting anyone wanting to travel around Iceland. It‘s implemented in two ways; a tablet in the camper and an itinerary creation tool. Let‘s take […]

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Cairns are man-made piles of stones, and you´ll probably notice them when you drive around Iceland. They vary in size and shape, ranging from a few small rocks piled up randomly, up to very tall and well put together structures. They’re usually made from lava rocks.

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Icelanders are very keen on new things and tend to take things to the extreme when things are new and become popular.

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F-Roads can be bad; there are unbridged rivers, slippery mud, and even snow, so be careful. If you are traveling to Iceland during the summer months, it is tempting to go and check out the highlands. The highlands are either an otherworldly place, filled with moon-like landscapes and contrasting colors or inhospitable and desolate; it just depends on how you look at it.

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The Golden Circle in Southwest Iceland has for years been one of the more famous routes to go sightseeing in Iceland. The circle includes Þingvellir National Park, Geysir geothermal area, and Gullfoss waterfall or Golden Waterfall but that is where the name comes from. However, the Golden Circle has now got stiff competition from the Diamond Circle in North Iceland.

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Take a look at what we feel are must-see places that aren't talked about as much! The famous places are great, but Iceland has so much more to offer.

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If you are going to drive the Ring Road, it is good to know where petrol stations, toilets, and showers are located!

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Worry not, for we have made a list with one site to visit in each corner of Iceland (which incidentally are more than 4).

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