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Hveravellir
Previous Next Basic Information Geothermal area in the Highlands of Iceland.  Hveravellir includes one hot spring that is suitable for bathing.  Iceland is one of...
Kerlingarfjöll
Previous Next Basic Information Kerlingarfjöll refers to the majestic mountain range located in the Highlands of Iceland. You absolutely cannot miss a visit to Kerlingarfjöll,...
Leirhnjúkur
Basic Information Iceland is a heaven for tourists and explorers around the world. Nature knows no bounds when it comes to the beauty of Iceland....
Námafjall
Basic Information A geothermal area with the hot mud pots, smoking fumaroles surrounded by Sulphur crystals, Námafjall is located near Lake Mývatn in Northeast Iceland....
Námaskarð
Basic Information A geothermal region with boiling sulfuric mud springs and steam vents, Námaskarð is located at a short distance from huge volcanic mountain Krafla....
Landmannalaugar
Previous Next Basic Information Iceland is a place that shows extreme geological contrasts within a few kilometers, which is sure to leave you awestruck and...
Krýsuvík
Basic Information Located in the middle of a fissure on the mid-Atlantic ridge, Krýsuvík geothermal area is defined by mud pots, hot springs, and steaming...
Gunnuhver
Basic Information Iceland is a place that is sure to leave you speechless with the stunning views of snow blanketed landscapes, glacier lagoons, gigantic volcanic...
Deildartunguhver
Basic Information Known as Europe’s most powerful hot spring, Deildartunguhver is located in West Iceland. With the flow of 180 liters of hot water per...
Grjótagjá
Previous Next Basic Information You would think that Iceland is all about long stretched simple green plains, the highlands, the glaciers, and the lava caves...
Reykjadalur Hot Spring
Basic Information Reykjadalur Valley is situated near Hveragerði town which is located at a distance of around 45 km from Iceland’s capital city, Reykjavík. Filled...
Geysir
Do you wish to visit a geothermal field and witness the bubbling mud pots, hot springs, the steam, and exploding geysers that erupt naturally? It is going to be the once in a lifetime experience. One such place that needs to be there in your bucket list must be The Great Geysir. Located in the Golden Circle in Iceland; Geysir, also known as The Great Geysir, is one of the most famous hot springs in the world. Geysir lends its name to all the geysers that are present around the world.

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