Icelandic Geothermal Springs

Below are a few photos of our time in Iceland

The steam rising from Iceland’s geothermal landscapes look like something from another planet.

With it’s high concentration of volcano’s, Iceland’s geothermal activity has been harnessed to create electricity and heating for the residents.

One of it’s most famous geothermal springs is the Blue Lagoon in the south west of Iceland but there are many other springs around the island that you can visit.

blue-lagoon
seltun
seltun
seltun
geysir
geysir

Hverir

Near Mývatn, and behind Námaskarð is the large geothermal field of Hverir which is a unique Mars like land, in which pools of boiling mud, hot springs and steaming fumaroles emitting sulfuric gas.

Highlights we experienced

Geysir

Seltun

Deildartunguhver

Blue Lagoon

Be mindful of…

If you want take a dip in the Blue Lagoon, you need to book in advance.

All images of Iceland are copyright of PBKphotos 2016