Hverir is a geothermal area with at the foothill of Namafjall, not far from Lake Myvatn. Located at the foot of the Namafjall volcanic mountain, the geothermal area displays fumaroles, large mud pools, steam vents and a bare orangy-red landscapes. We arrived here on 15.09.2018 straight from Akureyri where we stayed.
Lake Mývatn Geothermal Area where the Jarðböðin, Myvatn Naturebaths is located. Opened on the 30th of June 2004, Myvatn Naturebaths offers something for everyone. Despite its northerly location, the region enjoys a temperate climate, and the long summer days when darkness never comes can be surprisingly warm. As summer merges into autumn, the landscape becomes a panoramic patchwork dotted with shades of gold and brown, while winter brings its own tapestry of snow, sparkling frosts, and frequent opportunities to enjoy the unforgettable splendor of the Northern Lights.
There's no public toilets here, so, best to do your business at the nearby fuel station or at the nearby Jarðböðin, Myvatn's Nature Bath, before coming to this place.
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