If you are going to sleep in Iceland, make sure your sleeping bag is warm enough! In Iceland, the weather can be chilly at night, even during high summer.
The Vango synthetic sleeping bags we rent is thick and warm, perfect for the Icelandic weather and more than enough for most people.
We also offer very warm down-filled bags, ideal for people who come from very warm climates or for travellers camping in Iceland in September or May.
Our lighter bags are small and compact, just what you need if you are going to spend some nights in one of the many sleeping bag accommodations in Iceland.
A self-inflating pad has two main benefits: cushioning and insulation. Cushioning might seem like a pad's most useful function, but more important in Iceland is its ability to insulate your body from the cold ground.
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"per day" prices are 21 days rental divided by 21