Going to Iceland at any time of the year should be a no-brainer. Many consider it the New Zealand of the North and Iceland quickly became one of my favorite countries. The place is just breathtaking no matter when you see it, but in winter, it is certainly more unique. The bummer is only about 5 hours of light. The bonus is better chances of seeing the beautiful Aurora Borealis, better known as The Northern Lights. And the risk, is the weather.
But if you're considering traveling to Iceland in the winter, and even doing some camping, this is what you need to know about Iceland winter camping.