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Geyser in Hveravellir

The Hverir geothermal area near Lake Myvatn is Icelands best place to see steam vents and mud pools. Find all out all about the area called Námafjell and how to get to Hverir. Click for more information and loads of pretty pictures.

The amazing Hevrir geothermal fields in Iceland

A detailed guide to the geothermal fields in Hverir, near Lake Myvatn & everything you need to know to plan your visit - mud pools and steam vents included.

Hot Spring area on Iceland - Mud pools and steam vents. #hot #spring #mud #iceland #steam #nature

Hot Spring area on Iceland - Mud pools and steam vents.

Hverir is a geothermal area in North Iceland - when you walk there it feels like you are on another planet! Big splits, fumaroles, mud pools and all of it in a bare landscape - Click to open the guide with many photos and detailed information to plan your visit

Hverir geothermal area, Iceland: Photos and Practical Info

Hverir is a geothermal area in North Iceland - when you walk there it feels like you are on another planet! Big splits, fumaroles, mud pools and all of it in a bare landscape Looks amazing, smells bizarre

Iceland’s most famous geothermal pool is the country’s top tourist attraction. It might be crowded and expensive but there’s nothing like it in the world. This huge, milky-blue spa is fed by mineral-rich heated seawater from the nearby geothermal plant. Add the silvery towers of the plant, rolling clouds of steam, and people covered in white mud,

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Let your troubles melt away in Iceland's Blue Lagoon geothermal spa. Iceland's on our Top Holiday Destinations for 2013 list and the Blue Lagoon is one of the main reasons why!

The Blue Lagoon, Grindavik, Iceland. A geothermal pool said to have healing powers because of the minerals found in the sea water.

My Travel Bucket List – Taking A Dip In The Blue Lagoon.

The Blue Lagoon, Grindavik, Iceland. A geothermal pool said to have healing powers because of the minerals found in the sea water.

Feel the heat - The mud pools and steam vents on the southwest part of Reykjanes, Iceland

Feel the heat - The mud pools and steam vents on the southwest part of Reykjanes, Iceland. Photography by Valeria Sig

A single track following a hot stream through green valleys and geothermal hot springs. Bubbling mud pools and steaming sulphur vents. Optional soak in the steamy river  #MountainBiking #Iceland #thingstodo #icelandicthingstodo #hotsprings

A single track following a hot stream through green valleys and geothermal hot springs. Bubbling mud pools and steaming sulphur vents. Optional soak in the steamy river #MountainBiking #Iceland #thingstodo #icelandicthingstodo #hotsprings

Gunnuhver  mud pools and steam vents on the southwest part of Reykjanes. #reykjanes #reykjanesiceland #geopark #iceland #nature

Gunnuhver mud pools and steam vents on the southwest part of Reykjanes.

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