Plan a trip to Iceland, the land of volcanoes, geysers and stunning landscapes in a campervan. Compare over a dozen campervan rental brands in Iceland at once.
Iceland is now open to travellers from EU and those vaccinated against COVID-19 or recovered from it. Find out more.
Most campervan rental companies are based close to the main airport in Keflavik, which is a short drive from the capital, Reykjavik.
Not all vehicles may be available. Use the search tool to check availability for your travel dates.
Some car rental companies in Iceland offer a rooftop tent as a substitute for a motorhome. This can be a cheaper option than a campervan; however, it is less convenient, especially in cold or windy weather, which can occur in Iceland throughout the year.
Most land in Iceland is privately owned, and parking a campervan overnight outside of a registered campsite is strictly prohibited without prior approval from the landowner.
There are plenty of campsites in Iceland. They are relatively cheap, starting at around 1447 Icelandic króna per night.
Most campervan rental companies in Iceland have vehicle options that allow child/baby seats and booster seats.
However, not all vehicles may be compatible with a child seat, and not all companies have seats available to rent. Please check the features of the vehicle when booking.
Home to the country’s best-known volcanoes and glaciers, Iceland’s interior highlands can only be accessed by F-roads, indicated by a letter F in front of the road number on the map.
These mountainous and backcountry roads require a 4WD vehicle and are not advised for inexperienced drivers.
Always check whether F-roads are open, as the summer season is not long. Even then, be aware that conditions may be challenging – large rocks in the road, unbridged rivers, mud, and snow in all seasons.
Be aware that mobile reception is poor in Icelandic highlands, and there is only one gas station, in Hveravellir.
All motorhome rental providers have their depots in Keflavik, which is a short drive from Reykjavik and is the gateway for most visitors to Iceland via Keflavik International Airport.
Note: policies vary from supplier to supplier. Always check the T&Cs for your rental.
A family-run campervan hire company based in Iceland, Happy Campers specialises in the van style of camper, with vehicles for groups of 2–5. Happy Campers endeavours to keep things simple and efficient, fitting its vehicles with the essentials needed for a holiday in Iceland.
One of the largest rental companies in Europe, McRent has luxury vehicles to suit groups of all sizes. McRent guarantees that its vehicles are no more than 2 years old and has depots in 95 locations throughout Europe and internationally.
Another large motorhome rental supplier, Touring Cars is based in Finland and is available in 12 countries. Touring Cars maintains a fleet of over 560 vehicles, from vans to larger luxury motorhomes. Their Iceland branch also supplies budget RVs and campervans for those looking to save on their rental.