Take advantage of this deal and discover Iceland! Book flights from Budapest, Hungary and rent a camper van over the length of your trip from only €208.50 per person (price for 2)!
The energy is palpable on the magical Iceland, where astonishing natural phenomena blend together in a perfect harmony. Volcanoes, snow-covered glaciers, lava fields, steaming geysers and black beaches, breathtaking waterfalls, majestic mountains, geothermal springs and aurora phenomenon are all perfect reasons to visit this island.
Go and experience the beauty of mysterious, rugged landscape and pure nature. Travel along the shore noting the numerous glacial rivers, canyons and famous waterfalls (like Dettifoss, Gullfoss, Seljalandsfoss, Skógafoss, Godafoss, Glymur and Svartifoss).
Witness the marvels of subarctic fauna in their natural habitat. A majority of the world’s puffin population resides in Iceland during mating season. Top spots to watch these cute little birds are Dyrhólaey, Ingólfshöfði, Borgarfjörður eystri, Látrabjarg cliff, Heimaey island, Papey island and Grímsey island.
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Start planning your trip with Lonely Planet’s travel guides
April 23-30, 2020
Budapest – Reykjavik – Budapest
Sample driving route through Iceland’s Ring Road:
How to book:
Follow the links below.
One cabin bag per passenger.
- 7 Nights
- 2 Sharing
- Camper van rental
- Flights for 2: €172 (€86 per person)
- Camper van rental for 7 nights: €245 (€122.50 per person)
- Total: €417 / €208.50 per person
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