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Take a road trip in Iceland with Go Campers

GO Campers is a low-cost campervan rental company that will help you discover the seemingly infinite waterfalls, glaciers, and lagoons of Iceland. Founded in 2014 by Benedikt Helgason, GO Campers has its own workshop where the knowledgeable team designs and builds campers. This allows for custom fittings created especially for travellers in Iceland.

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01 Feb 2018 - 31 Dec 2050
Minimum hire period: 30 days

Why rent your motorhome from GO Campers Iceland?

GO Campers was created to help travellers explore Iceland like a local, without spending the entire travel budget on a campervan. Here are a few of the benefits and features you’ll receive when renting with GO Campers Iceland:

  • Optional airport transfer for a fee

  • 24-hour roadside assistance

  • No hidden charges

  • Regular special offers

  • Optional extras such as camping cards, BBQs, and GPS units

  • Out-of-hours drop offs available

  • Unlimited mileage

  • Collision Damage Waiver included in the rental cost

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The GO Campers Iceland fleet

Go Campers offer seven different rental options to ensure you’ll find the right one. Note that some campers are 4x4, which means they can tackle the F Roads in Iceland.

  • Go SMART Camper 2-pax: A compact and affordable camper that sleeps two, and comes with cooking gear and a gas stove.

  • Go SMART Automatic Camper 2-pax: The most popular camper in the fleet - an automatic version of the Go SMART Camper with space for two and basic cooking equipment.

  • Go LITE Camper 3-pax: A spacious three-berth camper with heating, a gas stove, a sink, and basic cooking supplies.

  • Go BIG Camper 5-pax: The ultimate family campervan, this camper sleeps five and comes with a table and chairs that transform into a bed for the night. Includes a gas stove and basic cooking supplies.

  • Go BIG Automatic Camper 5-pax: The automatic version of the Go Big Camper, for added ease of driving. Includes a gas stove and some cooking equipment.

  • Go 4x4 Camper 2-pax: A 4x4 camper that sleeps two and is ideal for the highland roads around Iceland. Comes with a sink with running water, heating, a gas stove, and cooking supplies.

  • Go 4x4 Camper 4-pax: A compact 4x4 that sleeps four, made for highland driving with two couples or a small family or group of friends. Comes with a gas stove, heating, and basic supplies.

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Go Campers pick-up locations in Iceland

Go Campers is located at Helluhraun 4, 220 Hafnarfjörður, which is 30 minutes from the Keflavik Airport and just 15 minutes from Reykjavik (the depot is between the airport and the city).

This location is ideal for any motorhome holiday in Iceland, as it is the perfect starting point for the famous Golden Circle tour, or to journey around the circumference of this island country on the Ring Road. Keep in mind that Go Campers can arrange to pick you up from the airport at a small cost to you.

Iceland motorhome holiday inspiration

The major motorhome holiday in Iceland is the Reykjavik to Reykjavik route - a loop around the island that lets you explore practically all of the country’s treasures. It includes the relaxing Blue Lagoon, the spectacular Gullfoss Waterfall, and the surreal Blue Ice Caves.

If you’re short on time, you can easily complete the Golden Circle route over a long weekend. It’s just 300 kilometres in total and encompasses fantastic attractions such as the Blue Lagoon, Geysir, and Thingvellir National Park.

Remember that in Iceland, it’s best to stay in campgrounds. There are many of them around the island so it should be easy to find somewhere to stay, although several do close down over winter.