I booked all of our Airbnb’s a few months in advance and one hotel. Split between 5 girls the price wasn’t bad at all. I recommend booking these early. Since Iceland is a hot destination they can sell out quick.
Our first AirBnB here was super cute. The only issue is they didn’t leave us that much toilet paper or paper towels.
My favorite was the Ion Adventure Hotel. I booked with points, but it was THE coolest.
This AirBnB is just past Vik this AirBnB for $300/night. This was in a lava field. It was one of our favorites because it had a private hot tub on the porch.
In Egilsstaðir, we stayed at this AirBnB on a horse farm. This host was so nice they left us red wine, white wine, beer and chocolates.
Most of the AirBnB’s gave us codes so make sure you check your messages when you are on wifi so you can get in late. We often wouldn’t get to our AirBnB’s until midnight or later.
All AirBnB and the Ion hotel had free wifi and parking.
Tip: I recommend downloading Google Maps offline. I was able to get around the country without buying an international plan or renting a GPS. I just kept my phone in airplane mode.
How we got there?
Check out my blog post on Wow Airlines here.
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