We have visited a lot of different camping sites all throughout Iceland, and Arhus camping in Hella, without a doubt, takes the expired and stale cake as the worst one of the country.
First things first; FAKE NEWS ALERT! They (falsely) advertise a price of 2500 isk on their website. This is the cheapest option in the area and is likely to attract on-a-budget travelers. In reality, they’ll charge you 3000 isk and, when confronted about this price increase, they’ll simple tell you that they haven’t updated their website yet. “Thank you, captain obvious.”
Now you’re probably thinking: “the increased price probably means they’ve just updated their facilities and you’re simply paying for an improved campsite.” If that’s the case, then you’re very, very (times infinity) wrong, my friend. All the facilities mentioned on their website are either non existent or broken. From my spot on the campsite, I needed to walk a bridge towards the toilets and showers, that even the ancient Vikings would have deemed unsafe, only to arrive at 4 sinks that, from the looks of it, have stopped working somewhere in the 1960’s. The toilets are rancid, to put it mildly, and the toilet seat I had the pleasure of using had a chip in it that has probably gashed the butts of many a unsuspecting campers. The showers are falling apart and, if they would have been living creatures, I would have put them out of their misery. Did I mention there’s only two toilets en two showers for men on a campsite that’s probably one of the most crowded in the whole of Iceland?
TLDR: Don’t go here.
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