We opened the Happy Campsite Keflavik right in our back yard so people could rest after a long flight to Iceland or prepare for the trip home. The Happy Campsite is located only 6 min from the KEF Airport and has all the necessary facilities for a comfortable stay. Furthermore, if you traveling with Happy […]
Yes and no. We at Happy Campers take severe precautions to minimize the effects of Coronavirus. Check out our blog for a detailed description of our Coronavirus procedures and the latest official information from the Icelandic government. Even though there are some cases of Covid-19 in Iceland, it has not been categorized as a high-risk […]
The camping card can be a good solution for people who plan on staying at certain campsites during their trip. However, note that the camping card only gives access to certain campsites around the country. See their website Camping Cards for more information about participating campsites and purchase options. It will cost a small fee […]
Here you can find the latest fuel prices by in Iceland. Check out this blog post on how to save money on gas.
It’s always good to be well prepared and thankfully there are many good resources online. A good place to start is to look at our resources section. Check out our Camping Community where Happy Campers share their best tips, experience, and questions. If you have specific questions, feel free to ask us questions at email@example.com, […]
Answering questions about how cold it is can be tricky, as people’s tolerance for cold can be very different. You can find highly detailed and more scientific information about the Icelandic climate in this article by Markús Einarsson. The short answer is that most people never have major issues with the cold in our camper […]
New legislation prohibits parking overnight in a camper van outside organized campsites or urban areas. You may still set up a traditional tent in Iceland, with some restrictions. Please ask us about the details of camping with a traditional tent if interested. The most important thing to know is that different rules now apply to […]
There are several good supermarkets close to our office in Reykjanesbær. We recommend either Krónan or Bónus, since they are the two cheapest options. Ask us about them at our office and we can show you them on our map.
Generally, no, you don’t have to make reservations for campsites in Iceland. All campsites in Iceland operate under the “first come, first served” principle and rarely get completely full. However, due to COVID-19 restrictions, campsites are more likely to reach their capacity. Many offer online booking options through apps like Parka or their websites.
112. The most important emergency number in Iceland is 112. Other important numbers include directory inquiries (118), police station (444-1000), search and rescue (570-5900), and healthcare services (1770).