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Laugavegur

hot springs area of Landmannalaugar to the glacial valley of Porsmork, Landmannalaugar, Iceland
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“hot springs” (23 reviews)
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hot springs area of Landmannalaugar to the glacial valley of Porsmork, Landmannalaugar, Iceland
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

An off-road adventure that is so worth it. Although the road there seemed a little uncertain at times, it was by far one of the coolest places I have been/experienced. There is a natural hot spring nearby. We camped, and I recall the ground being...More

Thank Ashley P
Reviewed 15 February 2017

We finished our Laugavekur Trek and spent the next morning in the hot springs of Landmannalaugar. It felt like being in paradise. It is an experience to be lived by everyone.

Thank ChristakisMich
Reviewed 28 January 2017

feel the local emotion of hot springs bathing with 12 C° external temperature: nice quick bathing to help you restore your body

Thank franco_muc
Reviewed 21 November 2016

Started my trek here. Very beautiful. It seems that 99% of people will come here and go back the next day so the following parts of the trek are less crowded. Either way, amazing and worth visiting.

Thank Sammy F
Reviewed 14 November 2016

Laugavegur is a 4 day trekking (or hike if you wish to lodge yourselves in a hut, have your back pack transferred, dine in the hut) and Fimmvorduhals is a 2 day trekking; hence, all-together 5 or 6 days. When you make side-tours, upto 2...More

3  Thank Tim B
Reviewed 29 October 2016

Landmannalaugar hike is very nice, You see the pink muntain, hotsprings, Mudpools, lavafoelds and a breathtaking view on the landmannalaugar.

Thank Patricia R
Reviewed 9 October 2016 via mobile

This is the most famous trekking in Iceland. We are trekkers who start early in the morning and like to do side tracks as well. Therefor we arrive at noon, put up our tent, leave our packs and do some sidetracks. The route is marked...More

2  Thank lorev189
Reviewed 8 October 2016 via mobile

We didn't want to do only the most touristy things when we arrived to Iceland so we rented a car and looked Landmannalaugar up. It was by far the most amazing thing on our trip. You'll need a four wheel drive car in order to...More

3  Thank Karin A
Reviewed 28 September 2016

a must do in Iceland. nature is at its best. so diverse and amazing views around. it changes in every 10 mins. u will feel that u r in a different world. loved driving across this stunning place. would recommend a whole day stay here....More

5  Thank Jalal I
Reviewed 27 September 2016

We ventured into this beautiful place for a day trip with our four kids, all under 10 years old. The bus ride from Hella was more than long enough (about 2 hours), and the last hour or more was really bumpy. But the destination was...More

2  Thank Cantley2014
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travellingaddict27
Hi, i found a bus which will be arrive around 11.30 am and back on 18:30. Is gives me almost 7 hours there? I read there is 6.5 km hike, and will take around 3 hours. How was the hike? And what to do for the rest of time? If i take the earlier bus, it will only gives me 2 hours there. Which one is better?
9 May 2017|
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Response from Tim B | Reviewed this property |
and on the bus: no clue, we were dropped by private transport cheers again T
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Kalika J
Hi, I am planning to visit Iceland in August and would love to do this trek. I am travelling solo and am a budget traveller I checked the prices on some of the tour organizing websites but the prices were exorbitant :(. Can anyone please advise about any company which will help me do this trek in a budget friendly manner. Thanks!
29 March 2017|
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Response from lorev189 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Why don't you go and make the trek on your own? In august there are plenty of people on the trek. Organise your own bus ticket at the BSI bus station in Reykjavik. Stay in a rented tent on the designated campsites and... More
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bee122
If hiking scale is stated as 3 (moderate) in scale of 5 in the tour itinerary , how tough are the trails in the area? Would reasonably fit 70 year olds be able to the hikes, not just here but elsewhere in Iceland? Would appreciate advice. Thanks
27 February 2017|
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Response from yulrn73 | Reviewed this property |
Hi If you say you're fit. You can do the brennislensalda hike. It's a 6.5 km phike. Really exquisite scenery. We did it in 3 hrs. I would highly recommend this hike We went in September Pls be aware of the month... More
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