The landmark Geysir Geyser might be the world’s most famous and the one after which all others are named, but its neighbor, Strokkur, is equally impressive. Despite only rising to heights of 60 to 100 feet (compared to Geysir’s 150 to 200 feet), ... 

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4 star rating: Recommended
September 2014

Great service from Reykjavik Excursions Tours, we saw everything listed and throughly enjoyed the tour. One bad point, the guide Matthias Pelz berated and screamed at a Chinese girl and Italian man who misunderstood the pickup location from Strokkur Geyser. He did this in front of the whole bus and made her cry. OK they were 10 minutes late back at the last stop of the day but that behaviour was unacceptable ans soured the day in many peoples opinion.

Doing what: Reykjavik Super Saver: Blue Lagoon Round-Trip Transport plus Gulfoss and Geysir Half-Day Tour

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4 star rating: Recommended
March 2009

Loved the Blue Lagoon - such a unique setting, and we loved swimming around in the hot water. Gulfoss is impressive. We saw Niagara a few years ago, and it's hard to top that! And the thermal area around Geysir is fascinating. Geysir itself only erupts once or twice a day, so we weren't lucky enough to see that, but Strokkur erupts every five minutes or so, and is impressive enough by itself. The trip also takes in the Thingvellir national park and lake, and shows you the join between the European and American tectonic plates - not something you see every day! The guide gave us lots of commentary on what we saw and the history of Iceland in general, and if his English wasn't totally fluent it was still a lot better than my Icelandic or any other European language.

Doing what: Reykjavik Super Saver: Blue Lagoon Round-Trip Transport plus Gulfoss and Geysir Half-Day Tour

Trevor P
United Kingdom

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better
March 2008

The main reason for the low rating is the fact that it rained the whole day. The Blue Lagoon visit was still fun, but it seemed like we spent half the day stopping to pick up or drop off passengers. The audio on the coaches was good, which helped in part to make up for the fact that we dcouldn't see much. We enjoyed Geysir, and we got to see Strokkur blow with regularity. In the end, we'd love to do it all again in better weather, and without so much rushing about.

Doing what: Reykjavik Super Saver: Blue Lagoon Round-Trip Transport plus Gulfoss and Geysir Half-Day Tour

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