I inhaled a cheeseburger while watching Iceland’s most famous geysers, Geysir and Strokkur, erupt with the smell of rotten eggs. No shame.
Iceland’s most famous geysers, Geysir and Strokkur, are located in the Haukadalur valley. Along with hot springs, these geysers were created after an earthquake in 1294 during an eruption from Mount Hekla. About thirty smaller geysers and hot pools are also found in this area, including one called Litli Geysir which erupts every half an hour.