Visiting Iceland on a Budget + 10 Amazing Things to Do

Iceland is frequently listed as one of the top 5 most expensive countries in the world! And as an island nation, several things, from gas to food, certainly are more expensive.

In this guide, we’ll discuss a few strategies to get to Iceland on a budget, and then how to keep costs low while you’re traveling around.

Cost of Goods in Iceland

The cost of groceries is much more reasonable than the cost of restaurants, & almost all of the sites in Iceland (waterfalls, beaches, hikes, geysers, hot springs) are free to visit.

This covers the cost of both your lodging and transportation and also helps subsidize your food costs!

Lodging in Iceland on a Budget

Saving Money on Food

With food in Iceland being so expensive, and with traveling by campervan (with a burner stove & electric cooler provided), I highly recommend you buy groceries & make your own meals.

Activities in Iceland on a Budget

Thankfully, the majority of the things you can see and do in Iceland are free, which is great for traveling on a budget.

Big-ticket Items Worth Spending Money on in Iceland

Personally, we’re always trying to travel on a budget, but that doesn’t mean we won’t spend some money on seriously cool experiences. 

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