Activities

At Geysir you can find various activities both for individuals, groups, families or friends. Quit one like bird watching or adventures like river rafting. Snorkling in Silfra, river jet and river rafting, golfing, hiking, snow mobile rides on the glacier and fishing. Scroll to right to find detailed information about actives in the area. You can always request help from you lobby to book tours or get help planning your activates. 

Haukadalur hiking

Haukadal forest is just few minutes from Geysir and is extremely popular forest for hiking. 

Geysir golf

Geysir Golf Course is right opposite of the Great Geysir, the world famous hot spring.The golf course has nine holes and a driving range, meandering around and between summer cottages.

Gullfoss waterfall

Just ten kilometers from the hotel you’ll find the most photographed waterfall in Iceland, Gullfoss.

Thingvellir National Park

No single place epitomizes the history of Iceland and the Icelandic nation better than Þingvellir by the river Öxará.

 

Thorufoss

Thorufoss (Þórufoss) is an 18 m (62 ft) high waterfall found east of Lake Þingvallavatn.

 

Swimming pools

There are several swimming pools around Geysir. 

 

Horse riding tours

There are several options for horse back riding near Geysir, both for those who are experienced as well as those who have no experience and for all age.

 

Reykjadalur

Reykjadalur hot spring is around 50 minute drive from Geysir and can very easily be done without a guide. 

 

Slakki petting zoo

Located in Laugarás in Biskupstungur, around 20 minute drive from Geysir, is the petting zoo Slakki, a large outdoor area, ideal for a special family trip. 

Efstidalur

At Efstidalur farm guests can watch the farmers at work, watch the cows in their daily invironment, the young cattle and the making of milk products such as ice-cream, skyr and feta cheese.
 

Scuba diving in Silfra

The Silfra fissure, is known as one of the top dive sites in the world for two main reasons.

 

Langjokull glacier

The Long Glacier (1355m, 4460 ft) is the second largest in Iceland. 

Highlands

For centuries, the interior of Iceland was virtually inaccessible, for years at a time playing host only to outlaws in hiding. 

Bruarfoss waterfall

Brúarfoss is also called the blue waterfall and means “bridge over waterfall”. 

Laugavatns cave

Can you imagine how it is to live in a cave? Well less than 100 years ago a normal Icelandic family did!

 

Fishing

  At Tungufljot river you can get a really good catches in a beautiful surrounding with waterfall Faxi as the crown, it is right beside Geysir. 

Skálholt church

Skálholt is one of the most historic places in Iceland.

 

Nesjavellir Geothermal Plant

Nesjavellir geothermal plant generates electricity and hot water by utilizing geothermal water and steam. T

River rafting

River rafting from Drumboddsstöðum Hvítá is beautiful and fun river near Geysir.

Reykjadalur

Reykjadalur hot spring is around 50 minute drive from Geysir and can very easily be done without a guide.