Sadly, but it’s true. Iceland creates an impression, that it’s not yet clear how to deal correctly with this stunning tourist flow. However, one thing is evident – no matter how expensive or bad quality the services are, the travelers will accept to pay. For one simple reason that there is no choice. Iceland is not a multimillion capital, which can offer thousands of hostels, restaurants, caffés etc. No, here it doesn’t work this way. In Icelandic villages, there will be from one to three restaurants, one camping, one supermarket, and they are completely free to set their prices because there are no competitors. Considering the average Icelandic standard, it will be damn expensive. Unfortunately, a night in a camping can cost more than a bed in a hostel in any European city, but it doesn’t mean that it will provide at least any descent facilities (thinking about “KITCHEN” in the camping near Myvatn lake).