Renault Trafic 2015
From ISK 13.300/Day
Ford Explorer 2006
From ISK 24.500/Day
Opel Antara 2007
From ISK 8.600/Day
Driving in Iceland is an extraordinary experience. It’s the very best way to get a sense of our singular landscape and see what all the fuss is about.
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The best way to get information about road conditions and the weather on the road system is to visit The Icelandic Road and Coastal Administration’s website. You can also reach them by phone at 1777 ( or +354 522 1100). For an English answering machine with similar road information, dial 1778.
The first thing every traveller should do is to make a travel plan and leave it with someone who can react.
You can leave your travel plan with SafeTravel and be safer while travelling around Iceland.