Travel in Iceland

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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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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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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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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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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