Those wanting to see Aurora borealis might know the bad news: it appears only during winter. But there is no coin with only one side and travelling in Iceland in the winter season is not as foolish as it might sound to some.
It is generally known that Iceland offers amazing sites and natural wonders visited mainly in summer. Not so many tourists however think about exploring this northern island in winter when the spectacular waterfalls, glaciers or geyser take on a whole new appearance.
Yes – the roads get icy and the snow can be tricky, but when equipped with the right gear, the remote places can still be accessed in comfort.
Car rental companies in Iceland offer high performance cars such as Ford, Jeep or BMW which inspire confidence even when roaming rural Iceland.
All cars are equipped with a range of extras such as GPS navigation, roof boxes, fuel cans and other essentials.
The current exchange rate for Icelandic krona makes the already low prices for renting a car outside the main season even more affordable.
The company can either pick customers up at Keflavik International Airport or deliver the selected car to hotels in Reykjavik.
For more information visit the company website at www.reykjavikrentacar.is.