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 ...
Our mini guide to travelling in Iceland
Icelanders are very keen on new things and tend to take things to the extreme when things are new and become popular.
F-Roads can be bad; there are unbridged rivers, slippery mud and even snow, so be careful. Please note that you are not allowed to cross rivers on the Easy Clever camper.
The Golden Circle in Southwest Iceland has for years been one of the more famous routes to go sightseeing in Iceland. However, the Golden Circle has now got stiff competition from the Diamond Circle in North Iceland.
Take a look at what we feel are must-see places that aren't talked about as much! The famous places are great, but Iceland has so much more to offer. Click to read more.
If you are going to drive the Ring Road, it is good to know where petrol stations, toilets, and showers are located!
Worry not, for we have made a list with one site to visit in each corner of Iceland (which incidentally are more than 4).
You 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.
Iceland is one of the most volcanically active countries in the world, and that is because of its position on the globe.
In the strictest terms, you could technically go around the island in one day, but that is no fun. We recommend no less than a week. 7-10 days is ideal while 14 days is excellent. In two weeks, you will be able to see all the best sights, as well as ...
The Golden Circle usually takes about half a day to a whole day, but when renting a camper, you can make it as long as you want.
Before we begin, you need to know what the northern lights are. Solar winds and electrons produce the lights when protons in the magnetospheric plasma enter the upper atmosphere. They are then pushed to the North and South Pole, and their energy is l...
Of course, every month is the best to come to Iceland! If we got to choose you would get to experience every season because all four of them have pros and cons.
The first thing you need to know about how to dress when in Iceland; wear layers. No matter the season, it is a good rule of thumb to wear layers of clothes. If you get too warm, you can just take a layer off.
As has often been said, the Icelandic weather is very fickle. We can’t guarantee you´ll see much snow and it has happened that ski-companies have had to manufacture snow to be able to open their slopes.
One thing you will find when in Iceland is that there are many waterfalls here. The reason for that, is that we have glaciers and the Gulf Stream. We also have reasonably mild weather with a lot of rain in the summer and snow in the winter.
Camping during wintertime in Iceland is a unique experience and one 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 ...
Due to Iceland‘s position on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and the Eurasian and North-American tectonic plates pulling the country apart at the rate of about 2.5 centimetres a year, you can find hot springs in an abundance in Iceland.
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.
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.
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
The short answer is: yes. The long answer is: yes, but you don’t have to be a millionaire to visit. Whether Iceland is expensive or not depends on where you live If you live in London or Tokyo, you might not feel that Iceland is horribly expensive. B...
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 the low-cost stores like Bónus. It’s perfectly understandable that food prices in Iceland are a little high...
Iceland may not be the cheapest of countries, but you can certainly travel Iceland on a budget. You´ll still have the trip of a lifetime. Here are a few quick tips from the CampEasy campervan rental staff.
Iceland’s countryside has been featured in latimes.com as an incredible ‘off the beaten path’ holiday destination, which also makes for the perfect photography opportunity.
Upcoming Icelandic horse show Landsmot will be offering travellers and horse lovers a special camping experience in Iceland. CampEasy is recommending that Landsmot visitors rent a campervan, as the nearest hotels to the event are quickly becoming ful...
Iceland has been noted as being a unique destination for fly fishing holidays, due to the country’s breathtaking clear lakes, alien landscapes, and abundance of fish, including Salmon, Trout and Arctic Char.
CampEasy, a leading campervan rental company, is offering visitors to Iceland a unique opportunity to experience the country’s magnificent landscape up close and personal, including the popular Golden Circle route.