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Geothermal Park,Klambragil,new hot spring area

Hveramoerk, Hveragerdi 810, Iceland
+354 483 4601
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Renewable Energy Engineering Highlight

Wow...we can learn so much from this energy savvy country. Stop at the Geothermal Park for a quick... read more

Reviewed 10 October 2017
FarawayDream
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Cleveland, Ohio
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Interesting use of Natural Resources

The whole village is based on growing many things in glass houses naturally heated by the hot... read more

Reviewed 14 September 2017
speaktruly
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australia
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Hveramoerk, Hveragerdi 810, Iceland
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Reviewed 10 October 2017 via mobile

Wow...we can learn so much from this energy savvy country. Stop at the Geothermal Park for a quick lesson and a short movie. In 30 minutes you will be amazed at what we are capable of when we put our efforts into using our natural...More

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Reviewed 14 September 2017

The whole village is based on growing many things in glass houses naturally heated by the hot springs. Apparently these days its mainly flowers rather than vegetables which are also grown. Somewhat similar to the Geo Thermal area in Raratonga New Zealand except that there...More

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Reviewed 5 September 2017 via mobile

It's an excellent walk with magnificent views of blue and green and all the particularities that Iceland has to offer. Even though it rained heavily for almost half of the time we were walking it was worth it. So do not return if it starts...More

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Reviewed 15 August 2017

We visited the geothermal park back in 2014 and the children loved boiling an egg in the stream. This time we took their grandparents and boiled a lot of eggs in a steam heated sunken pot (lack of water depth in the stream). It was...More

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Reviewed 31 July 2017

I could sit home and watch water boil in a pot and see more water than is here. This is a total scam, nothing but holes in the dry ground. Shut this place down and prevent any further embarrassment to you and your country.

Thank T P
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Reviewed 29 July 2017 via mobile

We were recommended this park in advance, but was dissapointed. Seems to us that the area had dried, and that the park probably was more interesting several years ago. Our impression is that we paid a lot for nothing. If you plans to visit Geyshir,...More

Thank thor p
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Reviewed 25 July 2017

A small geothermal park in the middle of town. It seems that most of the geothermal activity has disappeared. The information boards show pictures of hot pools filled with water, but in reality the hot pools have dried up, with only a small stream of...More

Thank Globetrotter045
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Reviewed 12 July 2017

This is a plot of land a few acres wide in a small suburb outside of Reykjavik, and it features a geyser, steam vents, hot mud baths, hot springs, and a geothermal-powered greenhouse. I've never seen a real geyser before, so this was a tremendous...More

Thank BillScurry
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Reviewed 24 May 2017

Was fun to do before the Reykjadalur Hot Spring trail... the park has changed dramatically over the years and the high lights were dipping our feet in the mud and washing them off in the spring. And lastly the gysier was awesome!

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Reviewed 16 May 2017 via mobile

There are so many beautiful hot spring places in Iceland. This one, however, is a scam. Stay away. Dirty foot pool, no mud bath, tiny greenhouse. Dried out pools/springs. Garbage heap near steam area. Just a tourist trap with nothing to see, even for children.

1  Thank Zayna S
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