Driving in Iceland
Driving around Iceland is a popular way to experience the country and self-drive tours are the best mode of independent travel. One of the most important rules for driving in Iceland is to be well informed about road and weather conditions. We introduce you to reliable sources and important Icelandic websites that help you make your trip safe.
Camping in Iceland
Whether you choose a fully-equipped motorhome or a practical campervan, truck camper, a simple tent or a luxurious glamping pod - there is a camping option for every budget and preference.
We want to introduce you to certain rules and tips that apply to everyone who wants to camp in Iceland.
The Northern Lights
The extreme dark of the Icelandic winter has a few perks. Between September and April, the people in Iceland are treated to a magnificent natural display: the phenomenon of aurora borealis, or what we commonly call the Northern Lights.
The Westfjords - LONELY PLANETS TOP TRAVEL DESTINATION IN 2022
One of Iceland's best-kept secrets is undoubtedly the country's northwest corner, the Westfjords. The Lonely Planet has named the region as a top 10 travel destination in 2022. The Westfjords are certainly a must-see for any serious explorer.
The Golden Circle
The Golden Circle is the most famous of all scenic routes in Iceland and combines stunning landmarks and historically significant places in a circular sightseeing tour. Its proximity to Reykjavík and the airport area, as well as the short drive between the sights, make it convenient for everyone, to include the Golden Circle tour into their itinerary.
Safe travel in Iceland
Is Iceland a safe country? Actually, it is hard to feel any safer than here: Iceland is a country with one of the world’s lowest crime rates, ranking consecutively in 1st place on the Global Peace Index, and home to no animal predators dangerous to man. So, it doesn’t seem very dangerous, but the challenges lie elsewhere.