The digital travel guide for the Ringroad – the classic round trip around Iceland! More than 220 exciting stations (over 4 hours of playtime) accompany you on your journey through the country. North Iceland and the south coast are particularly spectacular, and there are many insider tips in the East Fjords. Also included: The famous Golden Circle and of course, as with all our audio guides, background information and knowledge of the country. Using GPS, the app recognizes where you are on your rental car trip and provides you with exciting information at the right places.
Our AOYO audio guides for rental car travel offer much more than a conventional travel guide: Because in addition to facts and background information about places and sights, your guide app tells you exciting and entertaining background information about the country, people, insider tips, geography, history, culture and curiosities and special features.
Experience Iceland on a round trip along the ring road and on some side routes. The trip is designed for a duration of about 6 to 10 days:
- South coast:
Along the south coast at the beginning of the round trip past the famous volcano Eyjafjallajökull to Vík. On the way are not only the waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss, but also the glacier Sólheimajökull and the cape Dyrhólaey.
- Vík – Jökulsárlón – Egilsstaðir:
The highlight of this part of the journey is certainly the glacier lake Jökulsárlón and the Diamond Beach. But also the south coast and the east fjords offer impressive landscape experiences.
- Egilsstaðir – Mývatn – Akureyri:
From Egilsstaðir we continue over the Mývatn to Akureyri in Northern Iceland. For this part you should plan at least 2 days. Here is a slightly longer variant with a detour to the Tjörnes peninsula and whale watching in Húsavík.
- Akureyri – Reykjavík:
From Akureyri we take the ring road in a day trip to Reykjavík. Those who want to take more time can make side trips to the Hraunfossar waterfalls and to the Vatnsnes peninsula.
- Golden Circle:
On a day trip from Reykjavik you can explore Gullfoss waterfall, Geysir and Þingvellir National Park.
You simply install the app on your smartphone and turn on the location services. Via GPS, the app recognizes where you are on your round trip. Via the vehicle’s speakers, your digital tour guide tells you interesting facts about your destination at the right places – offline and without an Internet connection. Each point on the map is a separate audio point.
Our audio guides are written by long-time tour guides and then professionally recorded. After purchase you will receive an email with installation instructions and an individual download code. You can use the code to unlock the guide in the app. After that, the guide on your smartphone is valid indefinitely and nothing stands in the way of your self-driving trip.