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Iceland is fast becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe and is home to stunning landscapes and amazing natural beauty. The country has a small population (around 330,000) and the capital Reykjavik is the most well-known and travelled city in the country. But there is much more to the country outside of the capital with plenty of smaller towns well worth visiting. If you are heading to Iceland and want to make the most of the entire country, read our list of 4 must-see Icelandic towns outside of Reykjavik.
Driving in Iceland For many people, Iceland’s main appeal is its dramatic landscapes. Given the lack of public transport, these are often best accessed by car. However, adjusting to driving in ano...
Tourists from around the world have been flocking to the highlands of Iceland, as they look to explore the hidden treasures of an isolated North Atlantic island that is home to just 330,000 residents....
Sand and Ash Protection (SAAP) in Iceland When travelling to Iceland and renting a car, most people will be asked whether they require Sand and Ash Protection (SAAP) as part of their rental cover....
Driving on F-Roads in Iceland For most people, Iceland’s highlands are a must-see during their visit. Unlike various other tourist attractions, which are easily accessible, the highlands can only b...
By now, most of us have heard of Iceland’s reputation for being quite expensive. When it comes to once-in-a-lifetime experiences, such as visiting the Blue Lagoon and seeing the Northern Lights, it’d...
In recent years, Iceland has become a hotspot for thrill-seeking tourists and nature lovers. Its capital, Reykjavik, is home to most of the country’s population, and is brimming with nightlife and tre...
Iceland is a popular hotspot for nature lovers, famed for its dramatic landscapes, which feature volcanoes, geysers and hot springs. It’s also the home of the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, whic...
The winner of Orange summer photo contest is Chun Yu Chen and he will receive the cost of his rental refunded! congratulations Chun !! And here is the winning photo
Why rent a car in Iceland? Iceland is becoming a popular tourist destination for the adventurous type, with cheap flights from many European destinations making it easily accessible. It is a country...
Guide to Visiting Iceland Iceland is a hugely popular destination for tourists looking for that sense of adventure. If you’re thinking of travelling to the country, then you’ll want to read our guid...
Our friend Kuan Leng How did send us this photo from his trip in Iceland
Enclosed you find our picture we are hoping to have a chance to win your competition with :)
Hello you wonderful Orange car rental. We are headed back to you guys on Monday but wanted to send you are pic.
Moulettes in Iceland going to the Blue Lagoon. Have a nice trip !
Our friends Melissa Jack and Megan Sampson from Phoenix Usa.
Our friends from Latvia Dmitrijs Filipenoks, Aivars Stanko
Our friends Chuck and Shae on there way to Reykjavík..
Our friends Lizzie, Emily and Irene from the USA ...
Send us a picture of your Orange rental car in the beautiful Icelandic landscape (even better if you’re in the photo too!) and we will post our favourites on Facebook.
Dyrhólaey is about 174 km from Reykjavík city or about 2 1/2 hour drive not so far away from the beautiful little village Vík (the southern most village in Iceland). Dyrhólaey is a small peninsula or promontory but is a former island. The whole area is really interesting and I recommend you spend some time there. I personally could stay there for hours. Simply love this place.
Guide Friðrik Brekkan was a frequent visitor in Petra´s rock collection. He maintains that Petra is one of the cornerstones of the nation..
Guarded on both sides by spectacular monumental bird cliffs, the Hornvík creek is Iceland's most remote place, and also one of its most beautiful..
Reykholt is one of Iceland's most notable historical sites. It houses a cultural centre and a church..
Vestmannaeyjar (The Westman Islands) The comparatively recent volcanic origins of this small and scattered group of islands off the southwest coast are clearly visible in their rugged appearance...
Eldey (The Fire Island) is a 77 m high, sheer rock, with an area of 0,03 km² about 15 km south of the Reykjanes Peninsula..
Eldborg is a large volcanic crater, which has created a truly magnificent and unique mark on the landscape of the western part of Iceland..
No single place epitomizes the history of Iceland and the Icelandic nation better than Þingvellir by the river Öxará.
Loðmundarfjörður, East Fjords, Iceland A remote, uninhabited, but beautiful fjord in the eastern part of Iceland.
The inlet of Atlavík is beautifully situated on the shores of Lagarfljót..
Lagarfljot is about 140 km. long flood or river, consisting mostly of glacial water. The innermost section forms a lake Lögurinn with a surfasce of 53 m2 .
Skriðuklaustur is an ancient manor estate in Fljótsdalur. From 1493 - 1552 a monastery operated there..
Goðafoss is in located in river Skjálfandafljót which runs through Bárðardalur and Kinn in Northeast Iceland..
Ásbyrgi is one of the big wonders of nature, verry wide, horseshoe shaped canyon with sheer cliff faces up to 100 meters high. It is about 3.5 km long and over 1 km wide..
Hraunfossar - Lava Falls- are beautiful and unusual natural phenomena..
If you are traveling in the Grimsnes area in south Iceland you should visit Kerið a volcanic crater lake that is on popular tourist route called the Golden Circle..
Akureyri is city in northern Iceland. It is Iceland's second largest urban area and fourth largest municipality,with a population of about 18.000..
Seljavallalaug is a protected 25-metre outdoor pool in southern Iceland. The pool is one of the oldest swimming pools in Iceland and was built in 1923.
Skaftafell is renowned in Iceland for its agreeable climate and the sunny days in summer, uncommon in the south of Iceland...
Lake Mývatn, about 90 kilometers east of Akureyri is Mývatn, Iceland’s fourth largest lake..
When driving the ring road in south Iceland a big, beautiful waterfall Skógafoss..
Vatnshellir cave is found on Snæfellsnes peninsula and is only accessible on a guided tour.
If you’re a photographer you know that there are precious few places left in the world that offer a dramatic and accessible landscape there is at least one such place left and that's Iceland.
Jökulsárlón is a large glacial lake in southeast Iceland, about 4 hour drive from Reykjavik, on the edge of Vatnajökull National Park. Situated at the head of the Breiðamerkurjökull glacier, it developed into a lake after the glacier started receding from the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy Iceland with us.. Orange Car Rental Iceland www.orangecarrental.is
Driving the Golden Circle is a popular day trip for visitors to Iceland. On the 300km route you wil cover many beautiful landmarks in a short period of time. Enjoy Iceland with us.. Orange Car Rental www.orangecarrental.is
Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader having a blast under the northern lights photo by Arnar Kristjánsson
Looking for a fun different place for your vacation? Iceland is probably the place that will surprise you. Days where the sun never sets, hot springs, clean air, great people and nature you will find...
Happy new year ! We are looking forward to see you :) Orange Car Rental Iceland www.orangecarrental.is
Northern lights in Akranes, a small village in west of Iceland
The Photo Contest 2017 under the motto “Orange Cars and Iceland’s landscape” aims to get pictures that represent the Orange Car you have rented, Iceland’s spectacular landscapes, and everything in bet...