Iceland Travel Blog
Camping in Iceland
When traveling in Iceland, camping is the most popular way to travel during the summer months. Here we go over where you can find most camping grounds before…
The Golden circle
One of the most popular routes in Iceland. See the amazing Gullfoss waterfall, Thingvellir national park and Geysir geothermal field and maybe more all in…
Northern Lights in Iceland
What time of year is best to see the Northern Lights in Iceland? Where is the best places to look for the aurora borealis in Iceland? In this blog, you will…
Why should I choose a 4x4 vehicle for my stay in Iceland?
Here we go over why we think choosing a 4x4 vehicle for your stay in Iceland is the way to go no matter the season.
We received an award!
Icerental 4x4 receive a prestigious Award two years in a row
Icerental4x4 received a very prestigious award in October 2020. Only 2% of privately and publicly owned companies in Iceland received this award for 2020.
Iceland is open ! – What you need to know to enter post COVID-19
On the 15th of June Iceland opened its doors to travelers from Schengen countries. We offer tests at the airport when you arrive and you will get your results…
5 Reasons why you should visit Iceland when you can start to travel
After a long time keeping safe by staying at home we cannot help our selfs but to dream about travelling again. There are so many wonderful countries worth…
Photography in Iceland
Iceland attracts alot of photographers as Iceland has risen in fame recently for its beautiful landscape. Here we will go over some of the best photography…
Bird watchers and scientists from all over the world come to Iceland to see the puffin for them selves as Iceland is undoubtedly the puffin watching capital…
Our recommendation for Icelands nightlife
Nightlife in Reykjavík
Iceland is gaining to be one of the hottest place to party in the world today! Iceland has a very late night life lifestyle like almost any other West Atlantic…
How to dress in Iceland
Are you on your way to Iceland and wondering what to wear in these challenging weather conditions?
Here are a few ideas how to dress in all seasons here…
The Icelandic Beer
Did you know that most beer made in Iceland is lager with 4,5-5,5% alcohol.