Take your road trips to the next level and rent a Nissan NV200 camper van! It comes fully equipped with all the necessities, including a mattress and pillows, kitchen equipment, a refrigerator, and more (read on for the full list of amenities and features). You won’t have to worry about sticking to a rigid schedule when traveling in this Nissan NV200 camper van - stop when you want or continue driving at your own pace! Road tripping around Iceland in this camper van rental gives you the total freedom to explore the island and its beautiful destinations like the famous Ring Road. You’ll save money along the way by not having to stay at hotels or lodges. Make this the trip of a lifetime, book your Nissan NV200 camper van rental today!
This car is not suitable to be driven on F-Roads - click here to see where you can drive the Nissan NV200.
The Nissan NV200 is your typical vehicle by day, but it transforms into a home by night. Ideal car for smaller groups, it can comfortably sleep two people and still have room to store belongings. It is also a manual transmission, so it’s important to become comfortable driving this type of vehicle prior to renting it. See additional details below:
*USB and AUX cables not included
At Lava Car Rental, our goal is to make your trip to Iceland as convenient, comfortable, and memorable as possible! Don’t worry about overpacking, the Nissan NV200 camper van comes fully stocked with all the necessary essentials and amenities including:
The Lava Car Rental fleet consists of new, trustworthy, and durable cars that will safely transport you to each destination when driven properly. If there is ever a time where you need road-side assistance, call our 24 hour emergency hotline and someone will be there to help you.
We don’t believe in hidden costs or fees, so the price you see is what we charge (VAT and taxes included).
The Nissan NV200 camper is cannot be driven on F-Roads for the following reasons:
1. It is a 2WD vehicle and you need a 4x4 rental to drive on the F-Roads
2. It sits too low to the ground and could not safely pass over larger rocks and rivers
Not familiar with what the F-Roads are? They are pathways that travel inland taking you to Iceland’s iconic highlands and mountains. The roads are not always paved, making the terrain uneven and unsteady. There is often only loose gravel or dirt roads that make up the path. In some parts, there are even rivers and rocks that need to be driven over.
So, where can you drive the Nissan NV200 camper van? It’s the perfect car to drive on the famous the Ring Road - see the ultimate guide on how to drive it! You’ll have plenty of opportunity to pull aside and camp for a night or two in some of the world’s most beautiful destinations. It’s the perfect blend of exploring Iceland’s unique landscape and wildlife while also experiencing life in quintessential fishing towns and historic cities.
Tucked away on the side of the mountain is the Seljavallalaug hot spring pool. It's a slight detour from the Ring Road, but well worth the view and experience!
Just a short distance away from Seljavallalaug, Skógafoss is one of Iceland's most iconic waterfalls. Capture some breathtaking photos of this thunderous waterfall.
Reynisfjara is Iceland's stunning black sand beach just a short distance off the Ring Road. Walk along the beach and admire the waves.