Geysers are spectacular and never fail to fill us with excitement and wonder at the nature of this planet we live on. Shooting hot water into the air if and when they feel like it, they really are like the Earth blowing bubbles of sheer joy. Iceland has some of the best in the world. The most visited are right beside the highway on The Golden Circle route, connected to the Hvitá River. Here several geysers erupt every few minutes.
Geysir's geysers, for all their steamy, spectacular shooting of water high into the air, are really a quick stop off on a trip to the nearby Gullfoss waterfall. There is not much else to do except watch water shoot out of the ground or visit the tourist shop across the road, but it's worth it.
Locations were great. Our guide was well versed in all aspects of the locations. The charge for the steam plant was unnecessary.
This is an amazing way to see Iceland!! We got to see so much in one day. Even in between sites we learnt alot of interesting information about Iceland. As we were on schedule the crew threw in a chance to see a volcano! I would recommend this o anyone.
Review by Robert M, April 2013
Doing what: Reykjavik Super Saver: Blue Lagoon Round-Trip Transport plus Gulfoss and Geysir Half-Day Tour
Excellent! What an island Iceland is! Could have stayed much longer at each of the sites
The best way to see the Geysir geysers is on an organized Golden Circle tour taking in Pingvellir, Gullfoss, the geysers and some other sights.