So you’ve always wanted to go on a road trip in Iceland but you don’t want to blow your budget too much. Well, you’re in luck! Having done Iceland on a budget before, I have a few practical tips to share that you might find useful in your trip-planning. They’re all based on common sense, really, so I wouldn’t claim them to be mind-blowing. :-)
Airfares, accommodations, car rental, gas, and food are usually the costliest parts of a road trip. If you spend less money on those sectors, you could potentially stretch your budget further which in turn would allow you to stay in Iceland longer to see more of this amazing country. Trust me, you want to stay longer. We spent two weeks on our first road trip around Iceland and we still wished we could’ve stayed longer!