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Flat plain covered in all manner of volcanic manifestations - hot water pools, fumaroles, mudpots - all surrounded by brown, orange and yellow caked deposits. The whole area seems about to erupt, and the rising steam can be seen from a long distance away. Fences...More
We didn't think very much of this stop - a couple of bubbling mud pots and very strong sulfur smell. If you haven't seen anything like this, it is worth a stop since it is right on the Ring Road. If you have been to...More
Incredible the whims of mother nature. Unfortunately we had running shoes on so we didn't get all the out into the large field. We would certainly like to return if possible with better footwear to properly walk the terrain.
This place stinks, but is worth the time spent. There is a huge parking lot for this attraction that will allow all types of vehicles. Once you leave the parking lot it is imperative to stop at the 'deck' and read the informational sign about...More
The other reviews are not kidding. This place stinks, especially when the wind is blowing in your direction. It is still a nice place to make a quick stop to see the mud pools and take some videos/pictures. I wish we would have had time...More
Beware! Stinky.... thanks to the sulphuric acid that naturally occurs in geothermal pools!
We hiked up the mountain to get some pretty epic pictures of the landscape but I highly recommend wearing hiking boots if you’re going to do this!
The pools are pretty awesome...More