Hverarond, Lake Myvatn
Categories: Hot Springs, Nature & Parks
Leave behind the comforts of civilization at Hverarond, where the power of nature rules. Few countries compare to Iceland when it comes to volcanic activity, and this field of fumaroles and hot springs is a prime example. Experience the relentless undrground energy, visible in the columns of steam, boiling water, and bubbling mud pots. No plants or animals can survive in this highly acidic environment, but you will see an abundance of colorful minerals. Walk up to the vents and pools, taking care to stay safe. Wear comfortable shoes that you don't mind getting muddy. Note that the steam and smell of sulfur might be uncomfortable for some. Our Reykjahlid tour planner makes visiting Hverarond and other Reykjahlid attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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This was a really interesting stop along the ring road. The area is right off the parking lot and very accessible. It's not as scenic as Seltun but is more active with both bubbling mud pits and large... read more »
You cannot miss the sounds and smell of sulphur in this place.A short walk from the carpark to see all the natural wonders of a geothermal area.Walk around for 45mins to see the lava holes or mudpots ... read more »
Nice experience and worth a visit....just a word of note attarction is touristy as hell and furthermore the place stinks of sulphur hence if one problems with this one should not spend alot of time he... read more »
This place is incredible, you feel on another planet. Beautiful colours and interesting phenomena.
Here are the made the volcano. You won't see any volcano though you'll see those so topical cheminee of steam charged with sulphur. Really stunning landfill
Spectacular geothermal park. Despite the sulfur smell, the different types of thermal activity are a must see in this region
Amy and Zac Escape
Geothermal wonderland with muds, water and steam making its way to the surface. If we had time we would have walked the hill in the background.
Bubbling mud pits! Amazing thing o see
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