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The actual Geysir at Geysir Geothermal Area may be silent these days but Stokkur geyser is taking its place. This is an incredible area of intense geothermal activity and puddles of water on the ground literally boil.
On my seven days trip to Iceland, the last stop was to the Strokkur geyser, which is a fountain geyser located in a geothermal area beside the Hvítá River. It is one of, if not Iceland’s most famous geysers and erupts roughly every 6–10 minutes....More
Okay, I have been to Yellowstone and it is so far superior in all areas compared to Iceland especially Geysers. Maybe we were there on a bad day. It barely shoots up and only for a brief moment. You are lucky to get a picture....More
The good point is this erupts pretty regularly every 8-9 minutes. The disappointing point is if you have been to Yellowstone, the eruption and geyser is small. The site is currently under construction so it will be set up differently when it is done. Right...More
This is one of the stops of the Golden Circle tour. This geyser erupts with regularity between 8-15 minutes interval with generally great display of water eruption. Contrast this with Old Faithful that is not so faithful in erupting and you could wait up to...More
Geysir in Reykjavik was one of the must stops in a tour of Reykjavik. This was a high geothermal area with a base temperature of 250C and the temperature of the hot springs in the area was up to 100C so be careful not to...More