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Haukadalsvegur, Geysir, Iceland
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Haukadalsvegur, Geysir, Iceland
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Reviewed yesterday

There are several geysirs, little geyser is good but the big one is spectacular. I didn't go right to the top of the park but friends said I should have done.

Thank JLWalsh
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you go to geysir, you'll definitly see strokkur erupt. Every 5 to 10 min you'll der a warm water column of about 30m. Impressive! The entrance is free

Thank Joppe D
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Wow! This was my first time seeing a geyser up close and it was amazing. Strokkur is a short walk from the parking lot and it erupts every 5-10 minutes. Just be careful - the wind shifts frequently so if you get close you might...More

Thank Trevor B
Reviewed 2 days ago

Fantastic. This is part of a park with several geysirs, but most of them don't erupt. There are also little streams of water where the water reaches between 80-100C (ie boiling hot). It's difficult to grasp how natural, flowing water can be that hot. It...More

Thank A E
Reviewed 3 days ago

Great photo opportunity. What"s great about it is you only have to wait 5 minutes before it explodes again.

Thank Bevers101
Reviewed 3 days ago

This national park is a true gem. The geyser is spectacular and puts Old Faithful to shame. Of note, the restaurant there offers good eats at an affordable price (by Icelandic standars) so grab a bite before you go to the next place.

Thank Linus V
Reviewed 4 days ago

Part of the Golden Circle. So fun - from the little Geysir to the giant one. Blue, clear water. You can feel the excitement waiting for the eruptions.

Thank 482JamesS482
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Its definitely worth it even if you need to get in touch with lot of people. Some nice ones but also a lot of reckless, egoistic ones only interested to get the best shot as fast as possible. Most people directly ran to the geysir...More

Thank Hanna T
Reviewed 4 days ago

This is the site of Geysir, from which all geysers take their name. Unfortunately, Geysir seems to only perform after earthquakes now. Strokkur is in the same location and is very reliable; a dome of water forms in its hole which can be seen from...More

Thank Bill L
Reviewed 4 days ago

When coming to Geyser make sure you don't miss the Strokkur (currently active)...actually is very hard to miss because every few minutes it erupts water into the sky and you will also see the crowds around it as well, but don't worry, people are constantly...More

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Emily R
18 June 2017|
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Response from MEDPUNKZ | Reviewed this property |
No fee for this attraction; enjoy!!
14 May 2017|
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Response from BarbieMegaTraveller | Reviewed this property |
There is no gate to close, it's an open park area so you can go 24/7, however there are also no lights either, so your best option is to go during daylight or sunset. Once it's dark it can be a little dangerous as the park... More
1 January 2017|
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Response from Tigerman777 | Reviewed this property |
Hi onesixtieth, kinda nice to have someone ask a question that's only about 250 miles away (I live in Appleton, WI, a half hour south of Green Bay). As a professional photographer, I think the middle of the day is probably... More