We often tell people that renting a camper in Iceland gives people freedom and less stress and we stand by it. Of course, it’s no secret that we here at Cozy Campers love campers! But why should you rent one for your visit? Well, campers give you complete and utter freedom on your road trip in Iceland. Here you can read all about the freedom a camper can provide you!
No hotel booking to worry about
By renting a camper, you can bypass finding an available hotel- or hostel room around the country. With a camper, you can park at any camping site (don’t worry, they are scattered pretty evenly along the main roads in Iceland) and have a good nights sleep.
Hotel rooms in Iceland can be costly so eliminating that can, in the end, save you a lot of money. Besides, if you think about it, you’re not bound by the need to drive between hotels and can choose your itinerary as you see fit.
Go (almost) anywhere in Iceland
Our campers are all allowed on secondary roads (gravel). So, that means you can safely go to the countryside and drive pretty much wherever you want. But if you want even more adventure and excitement, you might want to rent one of our 4×4 campers. It´ll allow you to drive on f-roads. More information here.
Icelandic roads can be difficult to drive on, especially for beginners or inexperienced drivers so be careful and cautious when driving on country roads.
Freedom to plan your journey
When you rent a camper, you give yourself the freedom to prepare your trip as you see fit. You decide where to go and when you want to go there. You might come across an exciting museum or see a great photo opportunity. Then you can stop without worrying whether or not you´ll reach your hotel in time.
Your experience in Iceland is entirely your choice in a camper. The weather is often unpredictable in Iceland. So, if you arrive at a destination and it’s pouring rain, you can always head somewhere else based on the forecast. Or you can stay another day if you fall in love with a particular place. Plus you might be able to save a lot on planned tours.Back to blog