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Diamond Circle Tour with Waterfalls and Amazing Landscapes from Akureyri
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“steam vents” (30 reviews)
“mud pools” (22 reviews)
Hverarond, Lake Myvatn, Iceland
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This area is full of weird and wonderful nature scenes. there are bubbling mud pools, very smelly sulphur wells, fumaroles and dramatic scenery. Take care to keep on the tracks laid out if you are not with a guide as if you step off you...More

Thank Gillian C
Reviewed 6 days ago

Definitely worth stopping and walking around. Not many places that you can see the incredible geothermal activity that you see here. Great views and experience!

Thank Paul H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Simple area to park not much there bar the scenery I.e no toilets/shop/cafe. But wonderful scenery and very interesting. Do stick to the paths outlined and don't even strayed beyond by interesting things or footprints in the ground because those footprints may disappear as the...More

Thank Brhordern
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Easy to get to and saw a lot of interesting geothermal activities. Highly recommend it! Amazing views all around, too!

Thank BonaireDiver44
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you are driving by like we where, it is worth a stop. Even if just to stretch your legs. It has some interesting geothermal features. Nothing spectacular. Don't expect to see Yellowstone type or scale thermal activity. Most interesting to me was the amount...More

Thank bobk56
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Weird & interesting landscapes. You'll see mud pots, steam springs(fumaroles) and the lack of vegetation. Sulfuric smells are seeping from the fumarole gas. Takes about 30-45 minutes to explore.

Thank peachkoblerpie
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's definitely a stink, but there are spectacular sights. You can get quite close to the mud pools, which is a plus, and some steam seems to be coming out of everywhere. There's also a hike up the mountain, though I warn you that on...More

Thank KatelynLumiere
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It's a really impressive site. Seeing the earth at work like that is unique. The smell and the smoke coming out of the ground is unforgettable.

Thank Marc J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This site has some really cool geothermal mud pools, but the smell is pretty hard to get past. It is also unadvisable to over expose yourself to the H2S gas that is the cause of the smell, as it is poisonous and can cause various...More

Thank tombillinge
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Seeing it straight after rain brought out all the different colours, but made the climb to the top for the views very slippery. Walking among the steam vents roaring away was great but clay sticks to you here too if wet.

Thank Gojeep
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