In our Iceland Ring Road Itinerary Guide, you will find all the information you need to travel on your own like a local around ring roads of Iceland, along with the golden circle. The guide includes all of the most popular nature locations along with some hidden gems. You will also find things like campsites, gas stations, swimming pools, geothermal pools, historical sites, and local breweries. We are constantly updating our itinerary guide, so if we find a new location or site that we think is worth the visit, we will add them in the guide. The itinerary guide already has over 200 locations.
Our packages are made by Solla a local Icelander and her team. She has chosen all her favorite sites and places she likes to visit. Some places are already very popular and easy to find either on or around the ring road others are less visited and more local. You can expect the south coast to be quite crowded since it is Iceland’s most popular site to visit, the north is less crowded. You will experience some of Iceland’s most stunning and beautiful sites with this guide.
The best thing about this ring road itinerary guide is that you can travel on your own but still have all the information and knowledge you need about Iceland and to experience the country like a local. You will be able to experience Iceland with all the freedom you need, you can stop whenever you want and skip the locations that you do not find interesting.
In our itinerary guide, we also give out most of the information that we think is important for you to know when traveling around the ring road. You will find some restaurants in the guide, but we are not marking specific restaurants, only if there happen to be a restaurant in the place we recommend or talk about, or if it’s something exceptional. We do recommend you to find restaurants on TripAdvisor depending on your budget and what you like to eat.
Nothing is included in the package except loads of information that you need to travel like a local in Iceland and it’s on your own responsibility to use them wisely. We encourage you to respect all the places we recommend you to visit. It is very important to leave no trace and leave the places the same way they were or better than before. It’s important to follow Icelandic law when using this guide. Off-road, driving is illegal in Iceland, read more about our terms and condition here.
Along with using our Iceland ring road itinerary guide on your travel we also recommend you to use our blog page where you will find a lot of helpful information about our country and how to travel around it, in a safe matter. Read all our blog post here. Our main goal is to share local information and encourage our guests to respect our country. Book your Iceland ring road itinerary guide above. The guide is active for one year from purchase.
We can not guarantee that the Iceland ring road itinerary guide has every single location on or around the ring road of Iceland that exist, but we try our very best to add as many locations as we know about and that we think are worth the visit. Of course, not everyone likes to see the same things, so we can not guarantee that all the locations you want to see are in the itinerary guide, if you buy the guide and feel something important is missing please feel free to send us a message.