Ísafold Travel now offers a selection of tours in Iceland with roof tents, mounted on ÍSAK‘s Land Rovers. Travelling around Iceland in a Land Rover with a roof tent is a great way to see the country on the move, combining transportation and lodging in a fun and adventurous way. And most importantly: there’s no need to stick to a fixed schedule. Feel like lingering a bit longer by that waterfall? You can just camp elsewhere that night without feeling the pressure of having to reach your accommodation for the night.
Now you might ask: where am I allowed to camp in Iceland? Can one camp anywhere? We have noticed there is a lot of confusion around this matter and decided to clear it up once and for all.