Iceland Camping Cards for Cheap Stays
There are many ways to travel for cheap, but we all know that accommodations are one of the priciest points. A great alternative to costly hotel and hostels rooms is to bring a tent with you! Camping is not only a great way to cut down on costs (and sometimes even free) but a wonderful way to get closer to nature and experience a place off the beaten path.
While in Iceland, I was told about a camping card that allowed you to stay at almost all of the campsites around the entire country. You pay an initial fee of around $100.00 USD which is worth it considering most of the campsites are $10.00-$25.00 USD per night per person!
The camping card is valid for two adults and up to four children under the age of 16. The card is valid for 28 days and when traveling in a group it becomes the obvious choice. Camping cards are available in a wide variety of countries but for a country as pricey as Iceland, you can make sure that as your experiences grow, your wallet doesn't become too much lighter.
Above is a list of all of the designated camping spots in Iceland. For more information and to purchase a camping card, you can visit campingcard.is Keep in mind you might need to click translate on the site to get the language you need.