Unforgettable 11-Day Self-Drive Tour of the Complete Ring Road of Iceland & the East Fjords

Lake Logurinn in East Iceland, said to be home to Lagarfljotsormurinn, a serpent monster that hides beneath the surface.
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Tour starts
Keflavík Airport
Starting time
11 days
Ending place
Keflavík Airport
May. - Sept.
Ending time
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Explore Iceland's Ring Road, visiting all of the major tourist attractions and natural wonders the country offers by booking this incredible 11-day self-drive trip. Those who want to explore every region of Iceland and enjoy the remote and intense beauty of the East Fjords should book this tour now.

You don't have to spend weeks planning the perfect itinerary in Iceland because it's all been done for you and is available at a great price. By trying to organize a trip yourself, you may miss out on the best attractions, but there is no danger of that with this itinerary.

The best part of this trip is that you are in complete control. You choose where to go and how long to spend at each place. Don't worry about waking up in time for the tour departure or keeping strangers in a group with you happy. 

You can always take time for a longer hike, a few more photos, or one last cup of coffee.

The accommodation on this trip is included, and there is always an en-suite bathroom and breakfast. You can even add excursions and activities along the way through the booking system to spend your time doing what you like.

There are many optional adventures you can choose from. For example, you can snorkel in the crystal-clear waters of Silfra gorge, snowmobile on Langjokull glacier, descend into the magma chamber of a volcano, and explore an ice cave in a glacier.

Your other optional tours are a boat to the icebergs of Jokulsarlon, a glacier hike over Skaftafellsjokull, horseback riding through the nature of North Iceland, and whale watching from the whale watching capital of Europe, Husavik.

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Although you can't help running into a crowd at some of the most famous Icelandic attractions, you can experience the isolated beauty for which this nation is renowned. 

You will receive a custom itinerary after you book, providing the perfect blend of popular sites and lesser-known, unique locations. This tour allows you to enjoy an incredibly diverse holiday that has something to suit all tastes.

You will get a personal travel agent with this package that you can reach any time of the day, seven days a week. If your plans change and you need to cancel, you can do so for free and get a full refund up to 24 hours before departure.

Take advantage of this immersive 11-day experience encircling the Ring Road of Iceland and taking thrilling tours. Check availability now by choosing a date.

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10 nights of accommodation (different levels available, breakfast included. More detailed info below)
New rental vehicle for 11 days (Toyota Aygo or similar. Upgrades available)
CDW insurance
Free Wi-Fi in vehicle
Detailed itinerary
Personal travel agent


Glacier Hiking
Horse Riding
Whale Watching
Boat Trip
Hot Spring Bathing
Cultural Activity
Bird watching
Ice Caving
Self drive

Daily itinerary

Day 1
An abandoned building in Reykjavik.

Day 1 - Arrival in Iceland

Welcome to your summer adventure in the land of fire and ice.

The first day of your adventure traveling around Iceland's Ring Road starts from the airport in Keflavik. Once your flight arrives, you'll collect your bags and pick up your rental car before driving to your accommodation in downtown Reykjavik.

The less than an hour drive to Reykjavik takes you through the Reykjanes Peninsula, an area known for its volcanic landscapes and terrain framed by the Atlantic Ocean. If you arrive early in the country, you can dedicate a few hours to exploring the lava fields and geothermal areas of the peninsula.

You could then stop at the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa on your way to Iceland's capital. This world-renowned spa is known for its healing waters, vivid azure colors, and luxurious treatments. 

It is in the middle of a moss-covered lava field, giving it an otherworldly atmosphere. If you add the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa to your itinerary, the trip will be arranged according to your flights. 

If there is no time to visit the lagoon today, it can be added to another day of your itinerary. Your travel consultant will be able to arrange this for you. 

There is still plenty to see and do in Reykjavik and the Reykjanes Peninsula if you have extra free time on the first day of your tour.

After settling in at your hotel in Reykjavik, make the most of your proximity to the vibrant city center, exploring the abundance of museums, galleries, restaurants, and bars. To make the most of your time in the city, you can begin visiting iconic cultural attractions, such as Hallgrimskirkja church, Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Center, and Sun Voyager.

You'll spend the night in comfortable accommodation in Reykjavik. Your room will have an en-suite bathroom, and you'll get breakfast in the morning.

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Day 2
One of the black sand beaches along Iceland's South Coast.

Day 2 - Golden Circle with South Iceland

You'll spend the second day of your Ring Road self-drive tour exploring the famous Golden Circle sightseeing route to see some of the best-known natural phenomena in Iceland. 

The first stop today is the Thingvellir National Park. At the Thingvellir National Park, you can symbolically walk between the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates at the rift valley made by their constant pulling. 

This area played a massive role in Iceland's heritage. It is Iceland's first UNESCO World Heritage Site, as it is the place where early settlers founded what would become the world's longest, ongoing representative parliament. 

You can take an optional snorkeling tour here, in the crystal clear Silfra ravine, which offers some of the best visibility in the world.

Next is the geothermal valley of Haukadalur, filled with hot springs, mud pools, and steam vents, where you can see the geysers Strokkur and Geysir. 

Geysir rarely erupts these days, but Strokkur geyser is active, erupting every five to 10 minutes to heights of over 66 feet (20 meters).

The mighty Gullfoss waterfall is the last stop on the Golden Circle sightseeing route. A pathway takes you right to the river's edge, where you can get a real sense of the enormous, natural power of the water. 

You can choose to go on an optional snowmobiling tour of Langjokull glacier from the Gullfoss waterfall. If you do not wish to snorkel or snowmobile, you could take a two-hour horse-riding tour instead.

Afterward, head to the South Coast and visit the majestic Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls. Both are visible from the main road, as are several glaciers along the way. 

Near Vik village, take a slight detour to admire the black volcanic beach and the dramatic Dyrholaey and Reynisdrangar rock formations.

You'll spend the night in comfortable accommodation in South Iceland. You will have an en-suite bathroom.

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Day 3
The Diamond Beach, just a five minute walk from Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon.

Day 3 - Hiking in Skaftafell Nature Reserve and the Icebergs of Diamond Beach

On the third day of your self-drive tour of Iceland's Ring Road and the East Fjords, you'll visit the Skaftafell Nature Reserve and the otherworldly Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon in the southeastern region.

After waking up in Vik or the nearby settlements, you can take an ice cave tour on the nearby Myrdalsjokull glacier. It is the country's fourth-largest glacier, covering an area of about 367 miles (590 square kilometers). 

Myrdalsjokull glacier sits atop Katla volcano, one of Iceland's most active and powerful volcanoes. The glacier's icy expanse is adorned with mesmerizing ice formations, deep crevasses, and sparkling blue ice caves that attract adventurous explorers.

If you'd like to skip the ice cave tour and continue your journey, continue driving the South Coast to the many sights of the beautiful Skaftafell Nature Reserve area of the Vatnajokull National Park. 

There is plenty to do for hiking enthusiasts, with tracks and trails suitable for all abilities, including one leading to the beautiful Svartifoss waterfall, whose name means "Black Falls."

The hexagonal basalt columns that surround these falls inspired the architecture of the famous Hallgrimskirkja church in Reykjavik. These columns create a striking contrast against the whites of the waters.

You may also take a glacier hike in this area to see its rugged and diverse wilderness.

Once you hit the road again, stop at one of Iceland's most famous attractions and top photo spots, the Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon, where beautiful icebergs break from a glacier and sail out to the ocean. You can enjoy an optional cruise on an amphibious boat or a zodiac, amongst them here. 

Take a short walk from the lagoon to Diamond Beach, where these icebergs wash up on the black sand shore like glittering jewels. These resemble diamonds and give the beach its name. 

You'll spend the night in comfortable accommodation with an en-suite bathroom in Southeast Iceland.

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Day 4
Vestrahorn mountain on the Stokknes peninsula in Southeast Iceland.

Day 4 - Fjords of East Iceland and Egilsstaðir

On the fourth day of your self-drive tour of Iceland's Ring Road, you'll see the beautiful landscapes and stop at some of the tiny villages of the East Fjords. Its distance from Reykjavik and remote location makes it less traveled by tourists.

After enjoying a filling breakfast, you'll continue your drive eastward and begin a breathtaking route along the East Fjords, passing by tranquil fishing villages and sweeping coastal landscapes all along the way. 

The roads here wind through the stunning scenery, so you'll enjoy the drive and the views.

You'll see rugged mountains and stunning bays in a rural, historical part of Iceland, full of unspoiled landscapes. Watch for puffins and seals along the coast and reindeer on land. Consider stopping at some of the delightful villages along the way.

One of these is Faskrudsfjordur. The town has a rich history, once serving as an important trading port for the fishing industry. Visitors can explore the Faskrudsfjordur Museum, which provides insight into the town's past and the stories of its inhabitants. 

The French Hospital, a historic building converted into a museum, pays homage to the French fishermen who sought refuge in the town during the 19th century. Because of this, many of the village's residents still speak French, and some of the road signs are in French.

You could also stop at Reydarfjordur. The town is known for its strategic importance during World War II when it hosted a British and later American military base. 

Today, remnants of that history can be explored at the Fjardarheidi Museum, showcasing artifacts and exhibits from the wartime era. Reydarfjordur is also a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, offering hiking, fishing, and birdwatching opportunities. 

Your main destination for the day is Egilsstadir, the unofficial capital of the region. Your accommodation will be here tonight or in one of the nearby towns in the Eastfjords.

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Day 5
East Iceland's Hengifoss waterfall, the country's third largest waterfall.

Day 5 - Deep into the East Fjords

On the fifth day of your summer self-drive tour of the Ring Road of Iceland, you can explore the area around Egilsstadir, the biggest settlement of East Iceland. 

Start your day with a drive along Lagarfljot Lake, where the much older cousin of the Loch Ness Monster, the Lagarfljot Wyrm, is said to live. Stop for a picnic in the beautiful lush green bay of Atlavik beside a beautiful river.

Nestled between majestic mountains and fjords, this secluded bay offers a serene and unspoiled natural setting. Its pristine black sand beach, framed by rugged cliffs and lush vegetation, creates a striking contrast against the deep blue waters. 

Atlavik bay is a popular destination for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts, as it serves as a starting point for various scenic trails that wind through the surrounding mountains and valleys.

Nearby, you can hike up to Litlanesfoss and Hengifoss waterfalls. Hengifoss waterfall is Iceland's third tallest waterfall and is characterized by red clay stripes in the black rocks that contrast with its white waters. It is around 420 feet (128 meters) tall.

Litlanesfoss waterfall has stunning basalt columns surrounding it. To discover both waterfalls, you can take a two-hour return hike from the parking lot, which is well worth the effort. Make plenty of stops for photographs, as you'll see some stunning rock formations along the way.

If you've upgraded to a four-wheel drive rental vehicle, you can drive further inland, towards the Snaefell mountain or Karahnjukar dam. Near Karahnjukar are two stunning canyons, Dimmugljufur and Hafrahvammagljufur, which are great hiking locations.

Drive back to Egilsstadir, and from there, head to the charming town of Seydisfjordur, where you'll find plenty of attractions to admire, including Skaftfell Art Center, Seydisfjordur church, and Gufufoss waterfall.

You will spend another night in a comfortable countryside accommodation in East Iceland to prepare for tomorrow's adventure.

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Day 6
An Icelandic horse seen at dusk in East Iceland.

Day 6 - Borgarfjordur Eystri

On the sixth day of your self-drive tour of Iceland's Ring Road and Eastfjords, you'll go to Borgarfjordur Eystri, a village nestled between beautiful mountains. You'll spend the day exploring its surroundings.

There are plenty of exciting hiking trails, perhaps the most impressive of which leads to Storurd, whose name translates to 'the Giant Boulders. It is also sometimes called Hrafnabjargaurd.

Here, soft green moss and giant boulders rise from tranquil turquoise waters. Tall mountains surround meadows and lakes. It's a place of incredible, untouched beauty, like many places in the remote East Fjords of Iceland.

This hike is challenging through rugged terrain, so you'll need a good fitness level to complete it. It takes over two and a half hours each way. Fortunately, the stunning nature and views that await you on the trail are worth the challenge.

You can also take a delightful walk along the beach near Husey. There are two hikes here. One is around 3.7 miles (six kilometers) long, and the other is longer at about 8.7 miles (14 kilometers). 

There are some excellent wildlife-watching opportunities here. The coastline is known for its many seals, and there is a wealth of birdlife, including skuas and red-throated divers. 

If you don't want to go for an entire hike but would enjoy a stroll, you can have a short walk to the village's bird-watching site. The puffins here are unafraid of people and may even approach you, setting up beautiful photo opportunities. However, keeping a safe distance from them would be best not to interrupt their habitat.

Please note that access is limited in June and July, and the puffins leave mid-August.

As well as wildlife, the landscapes around here are naturally beautiful, with surrounding moors of black sand and dramatic mountains.

You will spend another night in a comfortable accommodation in the eastern region of Iceland. 

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Day 7
Grjotagja canyon, a hot spring lava tube cave seen from above.

Day 7 - Lake Myvatn and Volcanoes

On the seventh day of your self-drive tour of Iceland's Ring Road, you will discover the Lake Myvatn area and its geothermal landscapes.

Your first stop should be the Namaskard Pass. This otherworldly landscape is characterized by boiling mud pots, steaming fumaroles, and vibrant mineral deposits. 

The area's geothermal activity creates an eerie atmosphere filled with the smell of sulfur. The ground is covered in colorful minerals, ranging from reds and oranges to yellows and greens.

Be sure to see the Dimmuborgir lava formations. Also known as the "Dark Castles," it is a unique and otherworldly volcanic rock formation. 

The area features a labyrinth of towering lava pillars, arches, and caves formed when molten lava from a volcano eruption cooled and solidified. The result is a surreal and haunting landscape that has inspired legends and folklore. 

Visitors can explore various walking trails, marveling at the intricate rock formations and feeling immersed in a mythical realm. 

Next, head to Krafla Mountain, one of Iceland's most visited volcanoes. It is part of a volcanic system with a caldera and a geothermal area. 

The mountain is known for its dramatic landscapes, with rugged slopes and vast lava fields stretching around it. Hikers and outdoor enthusiasts are drawn to Krafla for its challenging trails and panoramic views of the surrounding volcanic terrain. 

The Krafla Geothermal Power Station, situated at the foot of the mountain, harnesses the area's geothermal energy. 

Don't miss the hot spring lava tube cave of Grjotagja, where you can try a hand dip in an extraordinary and unique location. However, swimming is discouraged here due to the unstable temperatures of the water.

Fortunately, you can try the full geothermal bathing experience later in the nearby Myvatn Nature Baths, with their healing powers and silica minerals. It's the perfect way to relax after a full day of sightseeing. 

Soak in the warm waters while taking in the sweeping vistas of mountains, lava cliffs, and the lake beside the pool. 

Afterward, you'll stay in comfortable accommodation with an en-suite bathroom in Northeast Iceland.

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Day 8
Husavík town in North Iceland, sometimes called 'The Whale Watching Capital of Europe'.

Day 8 - A Day in North Iceland

On the eighth day of your summer road trip around Iceland, you can explore more of the Myvatn area and its unique surroundings.

You can drive through the Jokulsargljufur part of Vatnajokull National Park, visiting the Asbyrgi canyon and Dettifoss waterfall, the most powerful waterfall in Europe. 

Shaped like a horseshoe, the Asbyrgi Canyon stretches for about 2.2 miles (3.5 kilometers) and boasts towering cliffs that reach up to around 328 feet (100 meters). 

The canyon's formation is believed to result from a catastrophic glacial flood thousands of years ago. Its lush greenery, serene atmosphere, and unique geological features make it a paradise for hikers and nature enthusiasts. 

The distinctive rock formations and diverse flora and fauna add to the charm of Asbyrgi canyon, making it a must-visit on your itinerary.

Meanwhile, the Dettifoss waterfall boasts a powerful cascade from a width of 330 feet (100 meters). Seeing this feature is an unforgettable experience that you should capture in photos.

Alternatively, you could have a quieter morning exploring the beautiful town of Akureyri.

Akureyri, often called the "Capital of the North," is a vibrant town in northern Iceland. With a population of around 20,000, it is the country's second-largest urban area. 

Akureyri is renowned for its stunning natural surroundings, including snow-capped mountains, fjords, and nearby waterfalls. 

The town offers a charming blend of old-world charm and modern amenities, with colorful buildings, boutique shops, and a bustling arts and cultural scene. Visitors can explore attractions like the Akureyri Church and the Akureyri Botanical Gardens. 

Akureyri's warm and welcoming atmosphere and scenic beauty make it a delightful destination for travelers seeking Icelandic charm and adventure.

You could also join a whale-watching tour at the nearby village of Husavik, known as the whale-watching capital of Europe. You can add a puffin-watching segment to this. 

Another great option is to visit the idyllic Hrisey Island in Eyjafjordur.

You'll stay the night in North Iceland.

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Day 9
Godafoss, a historic waterfall in North Iceland.

Day 9 - North Iceland

On the ninth day of your self-drive vacation in Iceland, you'll discover more of the north of the country. You'll also have the option to take tours, including horse riding and whale watching.

You can start the day by taking a serene horseback ride through this incredible region. Icelandic horses are known for their friendly, easy-going personalities, so the horse riding tour is suitable for beginners, intermediates, and expert riders. 

Icelandic horses also have a unique gait called a tolt, which allows them to travel easily over Iceland's rugged terrain, providing a smooth ride for their rider.

After horse riding, you will continue towards Skagafjordur, a valley known for its many Icelandic horses and loudly singing men. 

The fjord stretches over 25 miles (40 kilometers), offering breathtaking views of snow-capped mountains, lush valleys, and the glistening waters of Skagafjordur bay. 

Skagafjordur is also home to historic turf farmhouses, such as Glaumbaer, which provide a glimpse into Iceland's past. 

You will also pass through the beautiful, mountainous area of Trollaskagi. Trollaskagi, meaning "Troll Peninsula," is a stunning remote region. It is named after the folklore tales of trolls believed to roam the rugged mountains and deep valleys. 

Trollaskagi offers breathtaking landscapes with towering mountains, cascading waterfalls, and deep fjords. 

The region is renowned for its dramatic hiking trails, where adventurers can explore hidden gems like Hrisey Island and the charming village of Siglufjordur.  

If you missed yesterday's whale-watching tour, you could opt into one today.

It is recommended that you visit the award-winning Herring Era Museum in the old herring-fishing village of Siglufjordur to learn about the importance of the fishing industry to this nation historically. 

Afterward, go to Hofsos, where you can enjoy the incredible scenery from the town's thermal pool.

You'll spend the night in one of the villages in Northwest Iceland.

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Day 10
An Icelandic horse wanders through the mist in Iceland.

Day 10 - The Sagas of Iceland

You'll spend day ten of your 11-day self-drive tour of Iceland exploring West Iceland and its diverse attractions, including the Icelandic settlement exhibition in Borgarnes. You can also tour Langjokull glacier and visit some magnificent waterfalls.

Start your day at Borgarnes, where you can visit the Icelandic settlement exhibition. The Icelandic Settlement Exhibition is a captivating museum that provides a fascinating glimpse into Iceland's Viking history and the settlement era. 

The exhibition showcases the remains of a Viking longhouse discovered during archaeological excavations. Visitors can explore the reconstructed settlement with interactive displays, artifacts, and multimedia presentations that bring the past to life. 

The exhibition offers insights into the early settlers' daily lives, customs, and struggles, highlighting their resourcefulness and resilience. The Icelandic Settlement Exhibition is a must-visit destination for history enthusiasts and those seeking to delve into Iceland's rich cultural heritage.

Further along, be sure to visit the captivating Hraunfossar and Barnafoss waterfalls. History buffs may also enjoy visiting Snorrastofa, the medieval research institute in Reykholt, where the early settler Snorri Sturluson wrote Saga Heimskringla in the 13th century. 

He is also the one who documented the main manuscript of old Norse mythology, the Poetic Edda.

On the way back to Reykjavik, take a short break at Fossatun, a waterfall said to be guarded by a troll woman named Drifa. 

If you'd like to hike, take the scenic route around Hvalfjordur. You can spend a couple of hours hiking to Glymur, Iceland's tallest waterfall.

There are several incredible tours that you can end your day with here. The first is a traditional lava caving tour into Vidgelmir. The second allows you to explore the inside of Langjokull Glacier through recently opened artificial tunnels. 

The third is a once-in-a-lifetime descent into the magnificent magma chamber of a dormant volcano.

Spend your last night in the vibrant capital city of Reykjavik.

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Day 11
The Sun Voyager sculpture in Reykjavik at sunset.

Day 11 - Departure from Iceland

On the 11th day of your self-drive tour of Iceland’s Ring Road and East Fjords, it’s time to head home. 

If you have an early flight, enjoy breakfast at your accommodation in Reykjavik before heading to the Keflavik International Airport. Be sure to arrive in plenty of time to drop off your bags and return your rental car. 

Once you’ve done this, you can check in. Enjoy shopping, have a meal, or grab a drink at one of the airport bars and relax until it’s time to board your flight.

For those who have a later flight and choose to visit the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa today, you will finish your stay unwinding before heading to the airport. 

The Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is the perfect place to relax as you bathe in the warm, mineral-rich waters and reflect on the incredible adventure you have just taken in the land of fire and ice. The waters are thought to have healing properties. 

The Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is on the way to the airport from Reykjavik, so it’s the perfect way to end your time in Iceland. 

You could also explore more of Reykjavik during your last day. Head to one of the museums or art galleries to soak up some culture or do some last-minute souvenir shopping on Laugavegur Street.

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What to bring

Warm, waterproof clothing
Driver's license
Swim suit and towel
Good hiking shoes
Reusable water bottle

Good to know

Self-drive tours begin either in Reykjavík City or at Keflavik International Airport. A valid driver's license is required, along with a one-year-long on-road experience. Please be aware that your itinerary may be rearranged to better fit with your arrival date and time.

Although it is summertime, the Icelandic weather can be very unpredictable. Please bring appropriate clothing.

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See our accommodation levels below and our preferred accommodation partners under each day in the daily itinerary.

Bookings for one person will be arranged in single rooms, and bookings for two or more people will share a twin/double or triple room(s).

Teenagers and children will be arranged in the same room with parents. If additional room(s) is needed, additional costs will incur.

Guide to Iceland will provide you with the best available accommodation at the time of your booking from our preferred partners. Please keep in mind that hotel quality in Iceland varies among locations and availability is highly limited. If our preferred partners are fully booked at the time of your booking, we will find another suitable accommodation for you of similar level.

Please note that not all locations offer quality level accommodation. Comfort level accommodation will be arranged at those particular locations, which is reflected in the quality level upgrade price.

We always do our best to accommodate special requests, which may incur additional costs. Press choose a date to find availability.


Rooms with a private bathroom in three star hotels or quality guesthouses. Very close to the best attractions at each location. Breakfast is included.


Rooms with a private bathroom in a four star hotel or superior rooms in a quality three star hotel at the best locations in Iceland. Breakfast is included.


Below you can see the car rental options available for this self-drive tour.

All our vehicles are new or current models, of maximum 2 years of age. Super Budget levels come with standard CDW insurance, while all other levels also include Gravel Protection (GP) insurance. Please note that off-road driving is illegal for all types of cars.

All levels come equipped with free Wi-fi. You can enjoy unlimited data with the Wi-Fi device, which can be connected to up to 10 devices at once. The car rental will provide 24-hour roadside emergency services.

Age requirement for each level can be found below. For all levels, the driver must possess a valid driving license for at least one year before the date of the rental.

We recommend Budget 4X4 level for summer driving and Comfort 4X4 for winter driving.

Super Budget 2WD

A small 2WD vehicle such as Toyota Aygo or similar, fit for basic travelling in everyday conditions. Compact and comfortable for up to 2 travellers with very little luggage. No highland capabilities. The driver must be of 20 years of age or above.

Budget 2WD

A basic 2WD vehicle, such as a Toyota Yaris or similar, suitable for travelling in everyday conditions. Comfortable for 3 travellers with light luggage. This vehicle does not have highland capabilities. The driver must be of 20 years of age or above.

Budget 4x4

A basic 4WD (4X4) jeep or SUV such as a Dacia Duster or similar. Comfortably fit up to 3 travellers with 2 large pieces of luggage. Fit for most travel and decent for snow and off-asphalt driving. Has basic highland capabilities. The driver must be of 20 years of age or above.

Comfort 4x4

A medium-sized 4WD (4x4) jeep or SUV such as a Toyota Rav4 (automatic) and Suzuki Vitara (manual), or similar. Comfortably fit up to 4 travelers with 3 large pieces of luggage. Fit for most travel and good for snow and off-asphalt driving. Has basic highland capabilities. The driver must be of 21 years of age or above.

Luxury 4x4

A large 4WD jeep such as a Toyota Land Cruiser or similar. Comfortable for up to 4 travellers with 4 large pieces of luggage. Fit for nearly all travelling. Has full highland capabilities to drive on accessible mountain roads. The driver must be of 21 years of age or above.


A large 9-seater van such as a Mercedes Benz Vito or similar. Comfortable for 5 to 7 travelers. If seated full, luggage space is limited. The driver must be of 23 years of age or above.


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