A geological and historical heritage
Thingvellir National Park was established in 1930 and is an exceptional natural and historical site. In 2004 it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It contains a rich natural variety of mountains, volcanoes, lakes, forests and numerous waterways, as well as a millennia of historical relics.
The park is located in the southwest of Iceland and is bordered by Lake Thingvallavatn, the largest lake in the country stretching over 230 km². With Geysir and Gullfoss Falls further east, the three sites form the golden circle. The park is also a historically and geologically rich site.
Motorhomes in Iceland
Profile Vans in Iceland
4wds in Iceland
Campervans in Iceland
For new comers to Iceland, a 4x4 is highly recommended
Prices are high like on most islands. Doing your own cooking will save money
Wonderful natural landscapes but well organised for motorhomes
Reduced motorhome fleets, remember to book in advance