Looking for RV rental in Reykjavik for an unforgettable road trip through Iceland‘s scenery? Discover this country, full of volcanos, glaciers, lakes, geysers and waterfalls. Approximately two thirds of the population in Iceland live in capital city Reykjavik. The international airport is also located close to the capital city, called Keflavik. After your arrival in Iceland you can immediately pick up your RV or campervan and start you road trip via the Route 1, Iceland’s ring road. You can also decide to spend your first few days in Reykjavik. This city is vibrant with culture, museums, shops and restaurants, although it still gives you a small town feel. Interested in RV rental in Reykjavik? Request a free quote on our website.
RV rental in Reykjavik
Worldwide Campers has a collaboration with four RV and campervan suppliers in Iceland: McRent, Touring Cars, Indie Campers and Happy Campers. These suppliers offer various types of RV’s and smaller campervans, depending on your preference and travel company. If you are traveling as a couple then the compact campervans from Indie Campers and Happy Campers are a great fit. If you are traveling with your family, McRent and Touring Cars also offer RV’s and campers for up to six people. Request a no-obligation quote to compare our rental vehicles and rates.
RV rental with Worldwide Campers
Worldwide Campers only offers RV rental locations in Reykjavik, which means you always make a round trip. Iceland has one main road, which is called Route 1, which goes around the whole island. The main road in combination with the relaxed traffic in Iceland, make it an easy destination to drive a campervan or RV. It is not allowed to camp free in nature in Iceland. If you are camping for more than a few days, it can be rewarding to buy the Camping Card, which gives you free access to approx. 40 campgrounds across Iceland for max. four consecutive nights.
RV trip in Iceland
From Reykjavik you can make a road trip along the Route 1, which takes you to many beautiful places. Do plan to leave this ring road once in a while and drive all the way up to coast for the best views of the eastern fjords for example. Go hiking in the Skaftafell National Park or take a boat trip on the iceberg lake of Jökulsárlón. Don’t miss the most famous volcano on the island, the Hekla and we recommend you to stop at the Blue Lagoon for a relaxing day in the hot springs. Although the Route 1 takes you to all the beautiful places, we recommend to take at least two weeks to travel the complete Ring road.