Yes, they are, and always will be the same.
There is no price difference between ordering on the website or in person.
We consider as a group, a booking that includes, for example, more than 3 tents and related equipment. If you are in charge of a group and want to book some equipment, please be in contact with us, we will give you further information related to group rental. Please note that due to our structure and process we usually do not work with large groups because it disrupts our workflow.
No because one size does not fit all. We tried some years ago and figured out it was not working. So now we offer full flexibility on product choices. Please contact us if you need any help to choose your equipment.
If you drop off your rental before the next day after, there is no penalty fee.
You can drop it off at the 24/7 room.
If you would like to extend your rental beyond your initial order, please contact us.
Are you planning a camping trip in Iceland this summer and you are not yet sure about where to stop to sleep during your journeys?
Are you confounded by the mere thought of 170+ Icelandic campgrounds to choose among? Then you should definitely pick up the free Áning guide.
This handy guide, which is published yearly, features a comprehensive and updated list of hotels, guesthouses as well as campsites around the country. Pick up a copy, free of charge, in tourist information offices in Iceland, to find out where the nearest camping ground is. The guide also includes useful information on which services are available in each accommodation. Last but not least, Áning also lists all the major swimming pools in the country, so that you too will be able to feel like a real Icelander by taking part in the favorite national pastime: chilling (or warming up, depending on the weather!) at the pool.
If you are planning to camp this summer, this is the most comprehensive guide of Icelandic campsites available – although it is in no way exhaustive, as there are even more camping grounds around Iceland than are listed in the guide, most of them just waiting to be discovered by enthusiastic travelers during their Icelandic adventure.
It is not necessary to book or reserve a night in the campsites in Iceland. You should always find spaces to pitch your tent :)
There is no specific campground map available but the majority of the campsites are indicated by a specific icon on road maps. You can buy detailed Iceland road maps in bookstores or gas stations and they cost around 15-20 Euros