64.3104° N, 20.3024° W
Geysir is a highly active geothermal field where you’ll witness boiling mud pits and exploding geysers. Here you’ll find the famous “Strokkur” geyser that sprouts water 20-40 meters (65-130 ft) into the air every 5 to 10 minutes and sometimes 2 to 3 times in under a minute. The second Geyser called “Geysir” is much larger, but years can go by between eruptions here; it is currently in an inactive phase. When it does erupt, the water can shoot up in the air as high as 70 meters (230 feet). Geysir hasn’t erupted since February 2016 and before that it erupted in the year 2000.