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Discover Adventure Iceland with the 4x4 Roof Tent Camper

The island in the middle of the Atlantic is about 2 ½ times the size of Switzerland and has one of the lowest population densities in Europe with around 370,000 inhabitants. Iceland has an area of ​​104,000 square kilometers, 11% of which is covered by glaciers. Black beaches, colorful mountains, lonely sand and gravel deserts, bizarrely shaped rock formations, volcanoes, fjords, waterfalls and steaming springs. A country full of secrets!

Reykjavik: The capital of Iceland

Let's start our camper adventure in Reykjavik. It is the northernmost and least populated capital in the world. Reykjavik offers a wide range of activities and sights for nature, culture and nightlife fans. In the city center there are numerous restaurants, bars and cafes with a mix of local and foreign guests for a night full of exciting conversations! How about whale watching? The Icelandic coastal waters are home to over 20 species of whales. From small porpoises to the largest animal in the world: the blue whale.

Lake Mývatn

How about continuing north along the coast to Lake Mývatn? This lake is located in a geothermally very active area and is known for its diverse flora and fauna, which are due to the lake's rich energy and food sources. Another highlight are the geothermal Mývatn natural baths, which invite you to relax and linger.

The Dettifoss waterfall

In the Vatnajökull National Park in the northeast of the country, Europe's most powerful waterfall is an attraction: the Dettifoss waterfall. It crashes 32 meters down from the Jökulsá á Fjöllum river into the Jökulsárgljúfur canyon below.

The Jökulsarlon Glacier Lagoon

In a country full of natural wonders, the Jökulsarlon Glacier Lagoon is definitely one of the top highlights. Glittering icebergs crunch and bump into each other as they make their way from the Breidamerkurjökull glacier to the Atlantic. Watch the playful seals that live in this area in perhaps the most beautiful place in Iceland.

Riding an Icelandic horse

The most famous four-legged animal in the country is probably the Icelandic horse. Short legs, small structure, muscular body and their unique gait are their trademarks. Explore Icelandic nature in the tried and tested way! Most horse riding tours in Iceland last between 1 - 4 hours and are recommended for both beginners and experienced riders.

The Golden Circle

The most popular sightseeing route in Iceland is the Golden Circle. The route includes 3 sights: the majestic Gullfoss waterfall, the historic Thingvellir National Park and the highly active Geysir geothermal area. Thingvellir National Park and its natural beauty are unique. Here the tectonic plates of Eurasia and North America are drifting apart. A landscape with moss-covered lava fields, waterfalls and deep gorges. When you visit Gullfoss waterfall, you can explore Iceland's second largest glacier, Langjökull, on a snowmobile tour.

Route Suggestions
We have compiled a selection of route suggestions supporting you to explore Iceland with a 4x4 offroad-camper, motorhome or campervan. Simply enter the desired departure date and you will be given the vehicle selection for the selected tour route.
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