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Stopping at this point of interest will remind you that you are not in Kansas anymore. On a cold but sunny day, amidst a blanketed scenery of stark white snow, steam and gurgling from these mud pots feels like you are visiting a laboratory of...More
the mud is amazing - hot, bubbly, and sticks to your feet like glue! if you can take some plastic bags to tuck around your boots/shoes, you'll trek a lot less mud back to your hotel. Be sure to smell the mud - and watch...More
Just outside the village of Reykjahlíð on the slopes of Hverir there was a vast field where we spent some time taking photos and a bit of movie.
Hverir is a geothermal field to the east of Reykjahlid, to the side of the ridge known...More
Travelling around Iceland gives a sense that the Earth is as alive as any living creature. Here at the "mud pots" - Namafjall Geothermal fields, the boiling mud pots, steaming sulphur springs and the multi-colored soil transforms the very nature of our familiarity with Earth....More
This is a nice area. You can see several mud pots as well as mounds of rock blowing steam (I'm sure there is a
correct name for these but it escapes me).
If you have never seen geothermal steam vents and mud pots, then this...More
I'm surprise there aren't more reviews for this attraction. Along with Kafla, this was a highlight for us. It's easy accessed from the Rt 1. You really can't miss it. There are all kinds of spectacular geothermal, bubbling water/mud and steam activities to be amazed...More
The boiling mud pots don't sound that interesting, but actually it was one of the biggest wonders we saw in Iceland! A lot more spectacular than the geysirs :-) You feel like you're walking in Mars or somewhere very far from our own planet. The...More