Rent a Mink Camper in Iceland

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See Iceland with the Mink

The Mink Sports Camper makes road tripping in Iceland easy and comfortable. It is stocked with all amenities including a comfy bed, fully equipped outdoor kitchen and an amazing panorama viewing roof.
We suggest tours depending on the length of your stay with camping sites, daily itinerary and local travel tips.
Come and have a Mink adventure of a lifetime!

Mink Sports Camper

Recommended Road Trips

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South Coast

Explore the amazingly versatile landscape of the south shoreline with glaciers, black sand beaches and waterfalls all while traveling comfortably with the Mink

5Days
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Ring Road

The ring road trip takes your around this spectacular island through isolated fjords passing waterfalls and glaciers that are all along and by Iceland´s route one

7Days
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Westfjords & Ring Road

Traveling the remote and stunning West fjords is a unique experience and combined with Iceland´s ring road this is simply an adventure beyond compare

11Days
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HafnarfjörðurPickup location Seljalandsfoss Skaftafell Höfn Mývatn Akureyri Hólmavík Ísafjörður Flókalundur Traðir Vík

Included In All Our Rentals

We have included everything you need for a luxurious stay in Nature

Bedding kit
Cleaning kit
Kitchen kit
Dineware kit
Speakers
Webasto heating system
Unlimited km's
Assistance 24/7

Mink Introduction in 3 Minutes

The lovely Sorelle Amore took the Mink Camper out for a spin in Iceland with boyfriend Leon Hill and describes the experience with words like freedom, comfort, luxury and adventure. She recommends the Mink to anyone who loves adventuring in simple style. We agree! Watch the short introduction video to also get a glimpse of Iceland´s stunning landscape.

Our Rental Car Selection

Compact 4x4 CarsThe Compact 4x4 Cars category includes vehicles like Suzuki Jimny (or similiar) which is ideal for city to city drives on paved roads Book now
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4X4 SUVsOur 4X4 SUVs catagory includes Jeep Renegade 4×4 (or similiar) which is suitable for all-year adventure trips on gravel and F-roads Book now
Luxury SUVsThe Luxury SUVs cars like the Landrover Discovery Sport (or similiar) make a highland adventure an even greater experience Book now

Information on Camping & Traveling in Iceland

Costs / Currency

Iceland undisputedly holds a reputation for being one of the most expensive countries in the world. Prices for hotels, taxis, public transport, food and drinks are high compared to almost anywhere else but do not get too disheartened for traveling in the Mink Camper, with a comfy accommodation and a fully equipped kitchenette, brings the cost down considerably.

The Krona (ISK) is the currency of Iceland and currency exchange is available at all banks around the country, open generally Monday through Friday 9am-16pm and ATM´s are widely available. Most if not all merchandise and services can be paid for with debit/credit cards which is the most common form of payment in Iceland but please note that Iceland uses cards with the chip-and-PIN system that requires a 4-digit PIN for purchase. VISA and Mastercard are the major credit cards.

Budget friendly grocery shopping is best done in Bónus or Krónan (better for fresh produce and health food, non-dairy, non-meat etc.) which can be found all around the country although far between in some parts of the island. Nettó is another budget store chain found in towns around the island, inexpensive but not as low-priced as Bónus and Krónan. The Hagkaup stores are hypermarkets offering everything from food to clothes and cosmetics, quite a bit pricier on food but mid-range on everything else. Samkaup stores are widespread around the country and very pricey as are the 10-11 convenience stores. Generally shops are open from 10 am to 18 pm. Wine and alcohol is only sold in state-owned stores called Vínbúðin and because of the state monopoly and heavy taxing it is very high priced. The outlets are also relatively few but can be found in most larger towns in Iceland. Usually the opening hours are 11 am to 18 pm Monday through Saturday except in smaller villages were the opening hours are often constricted to two a day. Consider buying wine and alcohol beverages in the Duty Free Store on your arrival for much better prices.

Tap water across Iceland is safe to drink so there is absolutely no need to spend money on bottled water, just bring a reusable waterbottle.

Camping / Campsites

Responsible camping involves respect for nature and minimizing the impact of the travels.

Iceland has approx. 170 registered campsites around the island. The majority of these campsites are open from May/June and usually until the end of September but quite a few are open all year round, see here Reservations are not needed for camping sites. Services vary but facilities always include running water and toilets. The price is between EUR 11 - 18 per person and usually there is a small fee for showers, washing machines and dryers. Some camping grounds also ask for a lodging fee per vehicle.

Should you wish to camp on cultivated land or a fenced off farmland you need permission from the landowner. Furthermore, the Conservation Law dictates that it is illegal to camp/spend the night in campervans anywhere, including the highlands, without permission from the rightholder/landowner. For further information The Environment Agency of Iceland

Pick up location

We are here

Mink Campers
Strandgata 90
220 Hafnarfjörður
Iceland

Tel: +354 858 0500
Contact: team@minkcampers.com
Web: minkcampers.com/is