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Very unique and lots to see. Nice wooden walkways make walking around most of this area easy but if you want to circle around it you will be on some hilly dirt paths, which are not difficult but wearing proper footwear is important. This area...More
While not the most popular geysers and geothermal active areas, certainly worth the stop to see. The main geyser is on a six to eight minute cycle and worth waiting for. Note that the wind can cause a bit of havoc when the geyser blows,...More
Has a very nice restaurant with clean bathrooms. Of course the mandatory gift shop.
The areas of the geysers are on the other side of street. Easy walk to multiple geysers. Some explode more often than others.
Worth the wait. Watch for wind direction when...More
On our way from the blue lagoon to Reykjavik we past by the geothermal area. The mountain is smoking in several places with the typical odor of sulfur. You have the feeling you drive through an eerie alien planet. There is nothing really to stop...More
There are all sorts of mud pots, small geysers and bubbly, steamy spots..Strong sulphur smell..You can walk around and see some smaller ones as well as a lot off bubbling water. If you are touring on The Golden Circle, this is a must see.
You can't fairly compare this to Yellowstone, so just enjoy it for what it is. There are all sorts of mud pots, small geysers and bubbly, steamy spots. The main one spouts every 8 minutes, so if you miss it, just wait for the next...More
This was one of our stops on a day of touring. Glad we did. You can get very close the the geysers, and they go off approximately every eight minutes. You can walk around and see some smaller ones as well as a lot off...More
Iceland has a lot of thermal activity. The geysers are different than what you would see in Yellowstone Park, for example. Yellowstone has geysers that go much higher than in Iceland. On the otherhand, the Geysers in Krysuvik go off much more often. So if...More
We went in November, which means everything was covered in snow. We didn’t get to see the colours that are apparently one of the best parts of the area. However, aside from two other people we were entirely alone, which was pretty cool.