Camping

January 14, 2022 The Dynjandi Waterfall

If you plan to visit the Westfjords, the waterfall Dynjandi is a must-see destination. It is the biggest waterfall in Iceland Westfjords. A literal translation of Dynjandi is thunderous, and you will understand why when you hear the sound it makes. Many consider it the most magnificent waterfall in Iceland, not the least because of […]

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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? Is it safe to camp in Iceland? We’ve gathered information, so you’ll see […]

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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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April 29, 2018 Why Choose a Camper?

It is no secret that Iceland is an expensive country. But, it is all right because nature is free! Moreover, by renting a campervan, you save a lot of money. You also get the freedom to stay as long as you want at each place and the experience of spending time with your loved ones or friends in the wild nature of Iceland is something that is hard to explain, you will just have to try it.

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We have made a list of things we think is essential to pack for travel in Iceland, both winter and summer. The first thing you need to know about how to dress when in Iceland; wear layers.

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Camping during wintertime in Iceland is a unique experience and we encourage everyone to try. Our campers are all equipped with winter tires and the best heating system available today, so you will be able to stay warm and toasty during the cold winter nights in Iceland.

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The Golden Circle in Iceland can easily be driven in one day. However, if you have a campervan and aren’t in a hurry, you can camp along the Golden Circle.

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Yes and no. Campsites in Iceland are very different from each other. Some are very well equipped and have excellent facilities. Others aren’t much more than a bit of grass next to a farmhouse.

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