A snowy road on the Snæfellsnes peninsula

Winter self-drive tours in Iceland

An Iceland winter self-drive tour gives you the freedom to explore this snowy wonderland whichever way you like. All the wintry packages featured here include a rental car, places to stay, and more.
  • Long nights, ideal for seeing the Northern Lights
  • Detailed itinerary included with all trips
  • 24/7 helpline whilst you’re in Iceland
  • Best Price Guarantee on all self-drive trips
About our self-drive Iceland winter trips

About our self-drive Iceland winter trips

If you’re thinking about Iceland self-drive tours, winter is an incredible time for one. See snowy mountaintops, frozen lakes, and glistening glaciers. Or relax in a geothermal spring as the Northern Lights swirl above you. Iceland’s most popular attractions remain open all year round. Roads are also cleared regularly, so don’t be fooled – an Iceland winter self-drive is more than doable. The best part? You have the freedom to go and spot the Aurora whenever you want! At Iceland Tours, we’ve been arranging winter trips for more than 40 years. Benefit from this knowledge and experience and let us take care of all the planning. All you need to do is pick your package, book your flights, and off you go!

  • Get rental car and accommodation included
  • Choose your own departure date
  • Enjoy breakfast included every day
  • Secure your trip today with 5% deposit

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FAQs about Iceland winter self-drive tours

Self-drive is the most popular way to see Iceland, and winter is no exception. Here we’ve rounded up the answers to some common questions about road tripping around the country in wintertime.

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