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help me travel cheap

trying to figure out best way to see iceland
10 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

10 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.

Mel Reply to this

10 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

3 years 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

3 years ago, July 26th 2016 No: 5 Msg: #197492  
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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

33 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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