Welcom to the Icelandic website for campingtravellers.
Here you find information about campingsites in every part of the country and other important information for travellers. When you travel in Iceland it is important to check on wether news as well as road condition. Many roads are for 4x4 cars/jeeps only. Always have the best map you can find with you and a first aid kit. If you are travelling in the highlands or off road somewere it is a good rule to led someone know where you are going. Have GPS, radio telephone or phone that works with you. Keep in mind that wether, roads and rivers can change very fast in Iceland.
Most important of all is to KEEP THE GOOD SPIRIT WITH YOU AND ENJOY YOUR TRIP TO ICELAND.
The Traveller´s code.
1. Leave camping and picnic site´s as you would wish to find them.
2. Never bury litter or leave it lying around.
3. Never light open fires on vegetated land.
4. Never dislodge stones or build Cairns.
5. Keep water clean and safeguard springs and pools.
6. Keep vegetation undamaged.
7. Keep wildlife undisturbed.
8. Never damage geological formations.
9. Respect the tranquillity of the countryside. Never drive off roads.
10. Keep to marked footpaths when requested.
11. Respect conservation rules and warden´s instructions.
This is the message of the nature conservation laws www.ust.is
The main Information Centers in Iceland
. Reykjavík Capital, at City Center firstname.lastname@example.org
. Leifsstöð at Keflavik Airport email@example.com
. Reykjanesbær in Soutwest Icelandreykjanes@reykjanesbaer.is
. Borgarnes in West Iceland firstname.lastname@example.org
. Ísafjörður in the Westfjords email@example.com
. Varmahlíð in Northwest Iceland firstname.lastname@example.org
. Akureyri in North Iceland email@example.com
. Egilsstaðir in East Iceland firstname.lastname@example.org
. Seyðisfjörður in East Iceland email@example.com
. Höfn in Southeast Iceland firstname.lastname@example.org
. Hveragerði in Sout Iceland email@example.com