✅ Browsing Google for hours on end trying to find answers ✅ Reading Facebook Group forums looking for helpful tips
✅ scrolling Instagram for inspiration.
…but are those sources actually helpful to the planning of your trip?
You know Iceland is expensive but it’s unclear how much to budget or how to save money while you are there.
I KNOW it can be different.
Living in Iceland since 2015 has given me the ability to travel around the country countless times finding the best gems and important travel tips.
“The best money I spent planning our 10-day trip to Iceland. So much helpful information. Vacationing in Iceland is uber expensive. You need this guide to make sure you’re maximizing your experience. Thanks, Jeannie” – Ann
You do NOT need to read another blog post or watch another Instagram Reel.
You DO need: 📗 Comprehensive, concise information 📋 Structured planning 😎 Confidence in knowing that you have the best information on the market
…in ONE RESOURCE
You can buy a physical guide from the bookstore…but it won’t have a digital map.
You can buy someone else’s digital map for $$…but it will not have toilets, pharmacies, or grocery stores listed.
Because here’s the thing…when you’re going on vacation you need to know more than JUST the locations of the pretty waterfalls and black beaches.
You need helpful practical information that saves you the laborious and endless circle of research.
The Ring Road Guide Book is amazing. It was so helpful during my trip. It has so many ‘secret’ places on it that are not available from other sources. I am so glad I got it.” – Steven
If you’re planning a trip to Iceland, chances are you’ll be spending at least a day in Reykjavík. Between the colorful wooden buildings, lively art scene, and a growing foodie culture, the city is full of gems.
But if you’re not intentional about planning your time, you might miss out on some great spots.
Without the map we’d have missed things…especially the hidden gems! – Mandy
And ya know what? Don’t even worry about where you should park or where you can stop to use the toilet because I’ve already marked them on the map for you!
The highlands are an incredibly beautiful region of Iceland and also the most difficult area to plan for. Completely uninhabited means there are few places for fuel and accommodation, and F-roads and river crossings make driving complicated.
Over the years, I’ve taken several trips to various places in the highlands gathering the best info for you so that you can stop piecing together random information from Google searches. If you’re considering visiting þórsmörk, Landmannalaugar, or anywhere in the interior – this guide is for you!
I wrote this book because there is very little out there in terms of quality information on the Highlands. I had to go to all these areas myself so that I could tell you how to plan a trip!
IMPORTANT: This area of Iceland can ONLY be accessed in the summer months (June-September) and requires a 4wd vehicle. (Road closures/access to the Highlands depends a lot on the weather.)
Stop looking for answers via Google searches and grab this ultimate travel guide instead.
This is NOT your average planning guidebook — it’s in-depth, practical, and user-friendly. From the handy Interactive Map to the checklists and resources, this guide is designed to take the stress out of planning your Highlands trip.
Jam-packed with the type of info only a local would know (that’s me!), this eBook will help you plan your unforgettable Highlands trip from start to finish. From deciding what to pack to mapping out your itinerary of must-see places, this guidebook is your go-to resource.
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