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trying to figure out best way to see iceland
8 years ago, November 17th 2008 No: 1 Msg: #54866  
Hey i'm trying to figure out the best way for my boyfriend and i to see iceland. we don't drive, so any info about getting around the country would be great. also if you have stayed in a cheap hotel or hostel i'd love to know about it. what are the sights not to miss? when is the best time to go? how long of a trip for a 1st time visit does anyone recommend? Reply to this

8 years ago, November 18th 2008 No: 2 Msg: #54897  
Hello Jena 😊

I am not sure that cheap travel is possilbe in Iceland but here is a thread that may interest you.
Iceland

Mel Reply to this

8 years ago, December 3rd 2008 No: 3 Msg: #56441  
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well iceland's economy is practicully zero and russia might simply buy it... so if cheap travel is possible in iceland it would probably be nowish... but i agree with mell, it would be a hard country for cheap travel Reply to this

12 months ago, July 5th 2016 No: 4 Msg: #197263  
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In response to: Msg #54866
Many good advice on
http://icelandtravel.weebly.com/save-money.html Reply to this

12 months ago, July 26th 2016 No: 5 Msg: #197492  
B Posts: 52
Iceland is quite expensive - all the way from accommodation to food and travel. We went end of June and camped for few days. There is a nice campsite at a Hostel Reykjavik, and we did a multi day Landmanalaugar trail and opted to camp instead of staying at huts. If you are going in July / August this is totally possible. Many people do it. There are buses to take you almost all famous places, so driving should not be required. Though its not a lot of saving, but you can save on food by cooking couple of meals, the campsites at hotels have kitchen facility. Reply to this

7 months ago, November 30th 2016 No: 6 Msg: #198853  
You can definitely try out some of the good land tours that the locals provide. I tired mine for adventures and northern lights chase.

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