Our Maps

This resource is a valuable companion for those exploring the country's wonders with an Iceland camper van rental. Our detailed route maps provide insights into the best scenic drives, iconic landmarks, and hidden gems, ensuring you make the most of your campervan adventure. With Go Campers, not only do you have access to reliable and well-maintained campervans, but our curated route maps also enhance your exploration, offering suggestions for picturesque stops, camping sites, and points of interest along the way. Utilize the convenience and flexibility of our camper van rentals as you navigate through the carefully planned routes, allowing you to experience the diverse beauty of Iceland at your own pace. Let our route maps guide you on an unforgettable journey, complemented by the freedom afforded by an Iceland camper van rental.

7-Day Ring Road Itinerary for Campervans

Our most popular itinerary takes in the best sights of the ring road in 7 days. For more itineraries, click here.

Map: Go Campers’ Staff Favorite Places

From hidden waterfalls to hot springs, our staff shares some of their favorite locations around the country.

Puffin Locations

The quirky and colorful puffins are one of the highlights of a trip in Iceland. Discover where to find them with this map.

The 10 Best Hot Springs in Iceland

Discover the location of the 10 best natural hot springs in Iceland.

Akureyri Town Guide

Some of our favorite things to see and places to eat in Akureyri, capital of the north.

Westman Islands Guide

The best activities, hiking trails and places to eat on Heimaey of the Westman Islands.

Snæfellsnes Peninsula Guide

This western peninsula has it all, from black sand beaches to lava fields and hot springs.

North Iceland Guide

The best sights and campgrounds in the raw and powerful landscapes of North Iceland.

South Iceland Guide

Discover the sights of Iceland’s south coast, known for its waterfalls, glaciers and black sand beaches.

East Iceland Guide

The attractions of East Iceland, one of the country’s most underexplored regions.

Westfjords Guide

Hiking, hot springs and waterfalls: discover Iceland’s most extreme region, the Westfjords.