Camping in Iceland is not like camping in your home country. Therefore, today we are providing you with Iceland camping tips so you can prepare. Ready for this Campsites in Iceland post?
What You Need
Money – Iceland does have credit card machines at locations that sell items. However, you still need to make sure that you have some cash on hand to make sure that you are prepared in the event that an emergency arises.
Alcohol – The government is in charge of alcohol distribution in Iceland. This means that you are not going to find beer anywhere. However, there are some state alcohol stores yet they are only in major towns and they can be hard to find since advertising alcohol is illegal.
Therefore, before coming camping you need to make sure that you stock up.
Food – Make sure that you have a cooler. If you plan to rent a campervan, they will probably come equipped with one. Having a cooler is going to save you money because you can fill it with the items that you need.
It is suggested that you purchase local food during your journey so you can have fresh food and support the smaller towns. If you get a craving for some junk food, you can always stop at one of the many gas stations that you will pass.
Staying Clean During Your Iceland Camping Trip
Bathing – When traveling in Iceland you can camp wherever you desire. This is nice because you are able to experience nature yet after a few days of doing so you are not going to smell so pleasant. The good news is Iceland has tons of geothermal energy, which enables them to pump boiling water out of the earth at a fair price.
Iceland is also full of swimming pools/hot tubs. It is suggested that you go swimming daily when camping in Iceland.
Doing Laundry – When at the campsites you have access to washing machines that can be rented for an affordable price.
If you are planning a camping trip and need to rent a motorhome/campervan in Iceland or have any more questions, read our article, which includes price comparisons for reputable companies.
Enjoy your camping trip in Iceland!
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