No, in Iceland you don‘t have to book a space. It is enough to simply arrive and set up camp, or register first if this is required.
This rarely happens, but mostly if the weather is very bad in other places around the country and campers flock towards the good weather. If you feel this might be the case, we recommend calling ahead. The telephone numbers are in our pamphlet and on the website.
It is an official tax, installed by the government for all overnight stays in Iceland in 2010.
No, unfortunately the card is only valid for one unit.
The camping sites do not offer rental tents, you will have to arrange for this yourself.
It costs from 1.000 – 2.000 ISK per person.
No, the card doesn‘t work like that. Each card can only be used for max. two adults, you will therefore need to buy two cards.
No, you would need two cards. But you could also buy one card and simply pay specifically for the 18-year-old at each camping site.
Yes, but you will have to keep the noise at a minimum so as not to disturb other guests.
No, the Campingcard is valid from 1 or 15 May – 15 September each year.
Yes, everyone needs to pay an Overnight Tax per night. This year it is 333 ISK per tent/campervan, whether you have the Campingcard or not. I you wish to use additional services the camping sites have to offer, such as access to electricity, showers, or washing machines, you will have to pay for those additionally.
Yes, each card is valid for one overnight stay.
The Campingcard is valid for two adults and four children under the age of 16 in one tent/camper
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