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The largest range of campervan hire companies in Norway is available in Oslo. A limited selection of vehicles can also be picked up in other towns, including Stavanger, Bergen and Trondheim.
Not all vehicles may be available. Use the search tool to check availability for your travel dates.
Norway is one of the most accommodating countries in the world when it comes to freedom camping. Wilderness camping is generally allowed in open country. However, you should follow a few rules.
You may stay anywhere in the countryside, forests or mountains for a night, but you must keep at least 150 metres away from the nearest inhabited house or cabin.
If you wish to stay more than 2 nights, you must ask the landowner’s permission.
All drivers must have a current and full driver’s licence to hire a vehicle. If your licence is from the UK, it must entitle you to drive a category B vehicle up to 3,500 kg.
Foreign licences are acceptable if they are in English or are accompanied by an accredited English translation. Otherwise, an International Driving Permit (IDP) is required.
Yes, a large number of rental companies in Norway allow for one-way rentals, and these are a popular way to travel.
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One-way rentals may not be available between all routes, and additional fees apply, depending on the pickup and drop-off locations. Our comparison tool will automatically factor in any additional fees and show you which vehicles are available on your preferred route.
The summer months are the most popular, as winter in Scandinavia usually means driving in snow and limited daylight.
Driving up to the Arctic Circle in June/July to experience the midnight sun is a popular experience. A trip to northern Norway in September and later offers a chance to see the northern lights (aurora borealis).
Yes, Norway has over 190 toll stations, most of which are now automated. All visitors, regardless of nationality, are required to pay a toll.
Most campers come equipped with a toll tag/pass or are registered with AutoPASS. You will be required to pay the charges for any tolls incurred during your trip.
Many roads require you to take a ferry at some point in order to cross a river or fjord. These are mostly short trips and are usually viewed as an extension of the road. You will be charged a small fee (generally 150-300 NOK) for using the ferry; this is usually billed electronically using the AutoPASS system.
Note: policies vary from supplier to supplier. Always check the T&Cs for your rental.
One of the largest rental companies in Europe, McRent has luxury vehicles to suit groups of all sizes. McRent guarantees that its vehicles are no more than 2 years old and has depots in 95 locations throughout Europe and internationally.
A luxury motorhome rental brand, Rent Easy only supplies vehicles less than 2 years old. Rent Easy has 4 options to choose from, all of which come equipped with a toilet and shower, heating, a bike rack, and many additional luxuries.
Another large motorhome rental supplier, Touring Cars is based in Finland and is available in 12 countries. Touring Cars maintains a fleet of over 560 vehicles, from vans to larger luxury motorhomes. Their Iceland branch also supplies budget RVs and campervans for those looking to save on their rental.
The Atlantic Road, also known as Atlanterhavsveien, is a popular tourist route located in Northwest Norway.
The Atlantic Road is considered a marvel of engineering. It runs across an archipelago of small islands and is called by some ‘the world’s best road trip’.
All along the road are designated lookout areas that offer opportunities to stop and take in the breathtaking scenery.
Geiranger is a village located in Western Norway and is a popular destination for tourists hoping to see the Geirangerfjord.
The stunning Geirangerfjord is 260 metres deep and is surrounded by majestic mountains. It is considered one of the most beautiful fjords in the world and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is home to beautiful waterfalls, including the famous Seven Sisters, as well as deserted farms high up in the mountains. Geiranger is a popular place for hiking due to the variety of trails in the area.
The Lofoten Islands are a series of islands located far above the Arctic Circle. Their diverse scenery includes majestic mountains, deep fjords and long beaches. Lofoten is also home to the Lofotr Viking Museum, which is reconstructed from an 83-metre-long Viking longhouse.
Northern Norway is a great location for seeing the famous northern lights above the Arctic Circle, and many guided tours are available in the area.
Between September and March is the peak season due to the longer nights and the increase in solar activity. There are also solar forecasts available to help you maximise your chances of viewing this spectacular display.
Located in Western Norway, Sognefjord is the longest and deepest fjord in all of Norway and is nicknamed the ‘king of fjords’.
Sognefjord extends 204 kilometres inland and is home to diverse and beautiful scenery. It is one of the most popular destinations in Norway.