Húnavaka festival is celebrated yearly in Blönduós, north Iceland. It is a town festival where the houses are decorated and all kinds of events are held around the town. This year the festival will be held during the weekend 20th – 22nd of july. Among the events are lazertag, concerts, theather company, bouncy castle and […]
Tales of sea monsters have played a colourful role in Icelandic folk culture for centuries, and several written accounts of them can be found all around the country.
The camp site in Hallormsstaður has recently started to recycle the garbage. The sorting for recycle is in four locations next to the toilets. The sorting is for plastic, paper, metal and also for bottles for deposit and single use gas canisters. The guests has welcomed this option and according to the managers the recycling […]
Many camp sites are still open even if the summer sun has gone down. Here below is a list of camp sites that are open longer than 1st of september and when it will close. NOTE: Some camp sites have limited service when open during winter. Part of the country Camp site Open until Comments […]
The camp site Laugaland will host the “sober festival” for the second time during the first weekend in august. A great opportunity for the whole family to have fun together.
A family festival will be held during the 18th – 20to of july at the camp site in Galtalækjarskógur.
The world cup in football is shown an a “TV-room” at the camp site Laugaland. Excellent opportunity to go camping without missing the world cup.