Travel around the world has been seriously curtailed by the coronavirus pandemic, but some countries are reopening their borders to travel with precautionary measures. Iceland is one of those destinations, allowing in visitors from certain countries since June 15 with COVID-19 testing on arrival

While visitor numbers have dropped dramatically for the country, those who are able to travel there within government guidelines, it's the perfect time to get away from the crowds in one of the world’s most stunning landscapes. Want to plan a camping trip - even for some time far in the future? Here are expert tips to ensure your Iceland camping trip is incredible. 

Read more: 

Why the Westfjords are the place to escape the crowds in Iceland
What to expect when camping in Europe this summer
Wild camping – your ultimate guide to planning a trip

This article was first published July 2020 and updated July 2020

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