In this article, we’re breaking down when and where exactly you’ll need a 4WD in Iceland, how to choose the right 4WD for you and even how to drive on those tricky Iceland F-roads.
Not sure how to pick an Iceland camper rental or where to go once you have one? Not sure on the rules of the road or the best ways to plan an Iceland camper rental trip? We have you covered with our full, extensive guide to renting a camper in Iceland.
From the mystical natural hot springs to the surreal glaciers, Iceland is home to some of the most stunning geography in the world. This incredible destination allures photographers, adrenaline junkies, and nature-loving travelers alike.
At Lava Car Rental, we get a lot of questions about what to wear. The information here is to help you choose shoes, clothing, and outerwear to keep you warm and dry, whether you are strolling the city streets in summer or hiking across the glacier in winter.
If you plan on driving in Iceland during an upcoming trip, take a look at our full guide to driving in Iceland — so you can be safe on the road and have as much fun during your Iceland adventure as possible!
Ever thought about climbing to the top of a volcano? You can fairly easily, but there are risks. Hekla has an amazing view from the top and it's not a very hard hike which makes it and popular site to visit, but there is a risk of an eruption at any time. Read on to find out more.
Iceland is known for unpredictable weather. In one day you can often drive through all 4 seasons. It is also possible to get stuck in somewhere unexpectedly because of a sudden storm.
The highlands, also known as the F roads, are quite tricky to traverse in the summers and are closed in the winter except for Super Jeep tours. Read on for more information about these rugged areas!
When visiting Iceland, many travellers aim to see as much of our beautiful island as possible. But seeing it all requires renting a car in Iceland. There are a few things you’ll want to keep in mind. We’re breaking down all the considerations for you, in our easy guide to renting a car in Iceland.
Iceland is among the top internet users in the world, and our connectivity and speeds are only getting better. Read on to find out more, including how to contact our three main phone providers, or if the readily available wi-fi is best for you.
How do you pay for stuff in Iceland? Is it better to carry cash, or can you get by with your debit card? Should you exchange your currency before you get here? How do you pay for your rental car? Coffee? Read more to find out all about money in Iceland.
Slow Adventure is a form of tourism which allows travelers to create inspiring connections with the outdoors and helps them reflect, reconnect and become closer to nature. Iceland offers Slow Adventure tours in southern Iceland in and around the largest glacier in Europe, Vatnajökull.
Looking for an action-packed day tour along the beautiful South Coast of Iceland? This one includes a bike ride to the famous DC3 plane wreck in Sólheimasandur, letting the mists of Gljúfrabúi and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls refresh you, glacier hiking over Sólheimajökull glacier, bathing in Seljavallalaug geothermal pool, and ending the day with a peek into Raufarhólshellir, a lava cave.
The water in Iceland is very clean, and we stand with companies encouraging travelers to Iceland not to drink bottled water. It creates a lot of waste, and the same quality water is free from the tap. Here's what you need to know about water from different sources in Iceland.
Before you hit the road and head off on an unforgettable adventure, read up o these general safety tips and rules of the road in Iceland. If you are new to driving in Iceland, this is a great place to start!
Tipping is welcome in Iceland, but not customary or expected. Feel free to show your appreciation to those who are helping to make your vacation wonderful! Read on to learn more about the custom of tipping in Iceland and around the world.
Are you interested in learning the Icelandic language to use on your vacation? Most Icelanders speak English very well, so you won't have a problem if you can't. But here are some tips and information for those who want to learn more.
This video describes shooting scenes in Iceland for season 7 of the HBO series Game of Thrones. The actors and production crew talk about what is so special about the Icelandic landscapes, the big vistas, the unique lighting conditions, and more.
Winter is coming will sound familiar with everyone watching Game of Thrones. Watch blogger Will Carmack travel around Iceland looking for the locations Game of Thrones filmed in Iceland.
If you consider yourself a true cinephile, you’re going to want to see some of these Iceland filming locations during your visit and the best way to do that is via car. Renting a car in Iceland makes it simple and convenient for you to hop between shooting locations, from Star Wars’ Planet Lah’mu to the Vale of Arryn in Game of Thrones.
Visit the most powerful waterfall in Europe Dettifoss from both sides and the amazing scenery in the area. Accessible in our 4WD rental cars, these sites are perfect for a self-guided tour that will take about 1 day. You'll see waterfalls, craters and volcanic formations around Northern Iceland.
The Icelandic Sagas contain the first description of the four guardian spirits that protect Iceland, including a dragon. Go hunting for dragons in Iceland and visit the locations with help from Lava Car Rental.
Set your own itinerary by renting a car from Lava Cars. You can go where you like, when you like, and choose only those places and things you enjoy. Here are 10 nearby locations on Reykjanes peninsula that you can set out for immediately after picking up your Lava Car!
At Lava Car Rental, it's our goal to serve our customers in the best way we can, and our new fleet of campers is another way for you to have affordable accommodation during your stay. Built-in beds, lights, and chargers for all your devices are among the standard accessories offered with every car, for your comfort and pleasure.
Icelanders have a long coffee tradition and have enjoyed the black drink of joy as early as the 17th century, when records show that prominent Icelanders and Danes in Iceland drank tea and coffee on special occasions. Read on to find out where Icelanders get a good cup of java these days!