Visit Iceland & the Faroes with your camper

A self-drive holiday in your camper is a perfect way to explore both destinations and get close to the impressive Icelandic and Faroese nature.

There is so much to be experienced and you have the freedom to decide how long you want to drive every day.

Itinerary in spring
Departure Denmark: 4 May 2024
Arrival Iceland: 7 May 2024

Departure Iceland: 15 May 2024
Arrival Faroe Islands: 16 May 2024

Departure Faroe Islands: 23 May 2024
Arrival Denmark: 25 May 2024

Itinerary in autumn
Departure Denmark: 21 September 2024
Arrival Iceland: 24 September 2024

Departure Iceland: 2 October 2024
Arrival Faroe Islands: 3 October 2024

Departure Faroe Islands: 10 October 2024
Arrival Denmark: 12 October 2024

From € 1.202 pp

Per person when 2 people travel together:

In spring: from € 1.411

In autumn: from € 1.202
 

  • Price includes:
    • Ferry crossing Denmark – Iceland – Faroe Islands – Denmark
    • Cabin without window
    • Your camper >2,5m H & 7m L
  • Add-ons:
    • Book the meals on board in advance. See the restaurants and prices here.
    • Minibar in cabins with window. See prices etc here.
Find prices & book

Favourable payment terms: Pay 25% at the time of booking, however a minimum of € 810. The remainder is due no later than 30 days prior to departure.

 

Stop-over options

Summer option 1
Tuesday: Departure Denmark
Thursday: Arrival Iceland – stay for min. 1 week
Thursday: Departure Iceland
Friday: Arrival Faroe Islands – stay for 3 days or 1 week
Sunday: Departure Faroe Islands
Tuesday: Arrival Denmark

Summer option 2
Saturday: Departure Denmark
Sunday: Arrival Faroe Islands – stay for 3 or 10 days
Wednesday: Departure Faroe Islands
Thursday: Arrival Iceland – stay for min. 1 week
Thursday: Departure Iceland
Saturday: Arrival Denmark

Outside the summer season
Saturday: Departure Denmark
Monday: Arrival Faroe Islands – stay for min. 1 week
Monday: Departure Faroe Islands
Tuesday: Arrival Iceland – stay for min. 8 days
Wednesday: Departure Iceland
Saturday: Arrival in Denmark

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Fascinating Iceland

The land of fire and ice is a dream destination for anyone looking for a diverse landscape that is simply different to home.

Let us invite you on a journey to the island of fire and ice and the smaller, yet unjustly lesser-known, archipelago of the Faroe Islands.

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Camping Card Iceland

The Icelandic Camping Card is a smart card that gives two adults and up to four children access to around 40 campsites around Iceland. Each card is valid for 28 nights and the card is valid for a tent, caravan, motorhome or other camping units.

For more information and prices, please visit campingcard.is or contact Smyril Line. You can buy the card at the reception on board MS Norröna.

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Highlights of Iceland

Are you looking for an authentic nature experience in Iceland? We have a wealth of ideas for authentic Icelandic nature experience in places where hospitable locals would be proud to show you their country.

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Camping in the Faroes

Camping in the Faroes.

As any true camper knows, camping is a fantastic way to experience a country and culture.

Here is an overview of campsites in the Faroe Islands and their facilities.

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Highlights of the Faroe Islands

We warmly recommend the grandiose land and seascapes of the Faroe Islands. The archipelago is known for its mild winters and cool summers, but regardless of the season, you will be immersed in spectacular panoramas as soon as you sail into its fjords.

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