Camping Card - Iceland´s campsites
BOOK A CAMPING CARD IN ICELAND:
List of campsites included in the Camping Card in Iceland
The Camping Card includes access to over 35 campsites across the island. You can see the list of campsites included below. In addition, when you book the card, you can download a pdf with all the information about each of the campsites in Iceland.
Southern Iceland: Álfaskeið, Grindavík, Hella Gaddstaðaflatir, Kleifarmörk, Langbrók, Sandgerði, Skjól, Stokkseyri and Þorlákshöfn.
Eastern Iceland: Eskifjörður, Fáskrúðsfjörður, Norðfjörður, Reyðarfjörður, Seyðisfjörður and Stöðvarfjörður.
North of Iceland: Dalvík, Bakkafjörður, Möðrudalur – Fjalladýrð, Heiðarbær, Hvammstangi, Kópasker, Lónsá, Ólafsfjörður, Raufarhöfn, Sauðárkrókur, Skagaströnd, Siglufjörður and Þórshöfn.
West Fjords of Iceland: Bolungarvík, Drangsnes, Flókalundur, Grettislaug á Reykhólum, Patreksfjörður and Tungudalur.
Western Iceland Grundarfjörður, Þórisstaðir, Traðir, á Eyrunum and Varmaland.
Details of the Camping Card in Iceland
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE CAMPING CARD IN ICELAND
Do I need to book the campsites in advance?
No, in Iceland you don't need to book your pitch in advance. You simply arrive and pitch your tent or leave your vehicle at the appropriate place. At some campsites you must register on arrival. Upon arrival, a campsite manager will digitally debit one night from your CampingCard.
¿Qué pasa si el camping está lleno?
Esto rara vez sucede en Islandia, pero puede ocurrir si el clima es muy malo en otros lugares del país y todos acuden en masa hacia el mismo lugar. Si cree que este podría ser el caso, recomendamos que llames con antelación. Los números de teléfono de cada camping los puedes encontrar en el pdf. que te enviamos con la reserva.
What is the tourist tax in Iceland?
A small government tax of 333 ISK is charged per night.
We are a family of four (two adults and two children), can we put up two tents?
The Camping Card in Iceland is only valid for one unit.
Do I have to bring my own tent or can I rent one at the campsite?
The campsites in Iceland do not offer tents for rent, so you have to bring your own.
How much does it cost to spend a night at a campsite in Iceland per person?
It costs between 1,000 and 2,000 ISK per person.
I will arrive at the campsite in the evening, can I enter without any problems?
Yes, but you will have to try not to make noise so as not to disturb other people.
Can I use the Camping Card during the winter?
No, the Camping Card is valid from 1 or 15 May to 15 September each year.
Will I have to pay any extra costs at the campsites?
In addition to the tourist tax, you may have to pay for certain services such as electricity, showers and the use of a washing machine.
Does the Camping Card also cover vans or motorhomes?
Yes, the Camping Card covers tents, camping trailers, recreational vehicles, motorhomes and so on.
How many people is the card valid for?
The Camping Card is valid for two adults or for a family of two adults and four children under 16 years in a tent / caravan.
Important note: Please note that your Camping Card is valid for 28 nights. The card is valid from 1 or 15 May until 15 September 2023 (check the opening dates of each campsite as some campsites may close early). Code: CC. ID978