Categories: Hot Springs, Nature & Parks
Many tourists visit Strokkur because of the frequency and reliability of its eruptions. The geyser shoots water 15-40 m (49-131 ft) every 4-8 minutes. Many tours stop at this geyser, one of Iceland's largest and most famous. A pleasant alternative is renting a car and driving to this geothermal region, which is on the Golden Circle route. Free parking is available on site. See Strokkur and all Geysir has to offer by arranging your trip with our Geysir itinerary planner.
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Strokkur is a fountain geyser located in a geothermal area beside the Hvítá River in Iceland. Favorite tourists attraction on the Golden Circle Tour.
You can't go to Iceland without seeing a geyser erupt can you? I wouldn't travel for hours to see it but as it's part of the golden circle I'd say well worth a visit.
We spent about an hour at Strokkur. The geyser is very active. It erupts every 5 - 10 minutes, creating a great view. The geyser is just short walk from parking
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