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All reviews entrance fee small fee golden circle quick stop easy hike water level nice walk worth a stop per adult blue water other attractions nice stop walk around sunny day the main road last stop few minutes
We visited this interesting place with kids and everybody liked this crater. Different place, for us mandatory to visit if we are in Iceland. Not so expensive, a quite place, not so many tourists. Interesting place if you appreciate nature.
As a native icelandic, i find it to be an absolute disgrace that you can actually charge money to see kerid. This country has become som greedy and overcharging everyone both tourists and locals. And to actually charge to see a hole with water is...More
We visited as part of a Golden Circle tour. Arriving at sunrise it was both eerie and beautiful. Do take the time to hike down to the shore of the crater; you get a different yet equally beautiful experience.
We spent an hour here last week on a icy and crisp snowy morning. We arrived around 11am and only a few others were around. Pay 400 krona each at the kiosk, pick up a leaflet giving details of the crater and you’re good to...More
Volcanic crater where you can walk around the circumference and down into the crater. Not a difficult walk. It’s the only thing we paid in to see in the entire stay at 400 krona each - worth the visit though.
I went as a part of golden circle tour, it was our first stop and the sun hadn’t fully come out yet it was overcast and wet morning so didn’t really get to see in its full glory.
In our last 5 minutes you could...More
We stopped here quickly on our way to Reykjavík. It was 400k per person to enter, but parking was free. It was icy and slippery so to save time we didn’t walk all the way around it, but you could. The sun was just coming...More
Depending what time of year you are going, it could be too dark to see much. Kerid is on private property and is open to the public for a fee. I would respect that and only visit during their hours. Visit their Facebook... More
Depending what time of year you are going, it could be too dark to see much. Kerid is on private property and is open to the public for a fee. I would respect that and only visit during their hours. Visit their Facebook page as the hours are listed for their different seasons.
Response from deannamdelgado | Reviewed this property |
Hi! Hike up to Glymur! It’s close to Reykjavík and it’s beautiful (and it’s Iceland’s second highest waterfall)... or hike to hveragerði which is the natural hot spring about 25miles away from Reykjavík. It’s about 45... More
Hi! Hike up to Glymur! It’s close to Reykjavík and it’s beautiful (and it’s Iceland’s second highest waterfall)... or hike to hveragerði which is the natural hot spring about 25miles away from Reykjavík. It’s about 45 minutes each way and many say its better than the blue lagoon, and FREE! The crater is very boring but if you’re already going along the golden circle you might as well stop but sadly it’s nothing special. Good luck & have a blast!!!!