June 25, 2022

Weekly Report 18.06 – 24.06

After exceptionally warm and sunny May the weather in Iceland regressed toward the mean in June. Temperatures dropped, heavy showers came and went like a boomerang, and most of the rare sunny days were spoiled by strong winds. It feels like instead of progressing to summer the weather in Iceland went backward to early spring. […]

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Many of us have fond memories of driving the ring road with our family and sleeping in a tent in all sorts of weather. Here are some of the classic foods Icelanders still bring when they go camping

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September 16, 2017 Is Iceland expensive, you ask?

If the world we live in were a fictional place, Icelanders would probably mostly eat rotten shark, singed sheep head and the Icelandic version of Haggis; lifrapylsa. But, even though people do eat those things here in Iceland and for some, it is their ultimate favorite food, most people would choose something more modern.

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Food prices in Iceland have been worrying for travelers who are on a budget. And no wonder. People have found them to be way too high, even in low-cost stores like Bónus. But last May, something huge happened.

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When it comes to proper heating, we go above and beyond what you'll find at other camper rentals. We only use the world-leading Webasto heating systems for our campers, but there is more to it than that.

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Many people want to know if it’s possible to visit Iceland on a tight budget. That’s why we’ve put together this handy guide with tips on how to save some cash when visiting. Iceland can be a pretty expensive country for the average traveler. After all, it’s the fifth most expensive country on Earth. But […]

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