Geothermal Hot Pool
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About Geothermal Hot Pool, Reykjavik
Overview of Geothermal Hot Pool
Walking past the city of Reykjavik, you will come across Geothermal Hot Pool. Missed by most of the visitors, Geothermal Hot Pool is unique in its own way.
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Getting around Geothermal Hot Pool, Reykjavik
The mode of transport is Taxi taking you to Varmárskóli. The transit will take around 36 minutes. The trip will cost you roughly ISK 16000. From Varmárskóli you can proceed to Snorrabraut by taking the Bus. The duration to reach will be 32 minutes. The trip will cost you roughly ISK 650. The total distance covered will be 55.77 Kilometre.Taxi
Take a Taxi. The total distance will be 53.92 Kilometre costing ISK 22000 and the duration of the trip will be 50 minutes.Car
It is recommended to take Car which will cost you roughly USD 11, taking around 50 minutes. The distance between the two points is 53.92 Kilometre.
Take a Taxi taking you to Háholt. The journey will take around 36 minutes. The trip will cost you roughly ISK 16000. From Háholt you can move to Háskóli Íslands by taking the Bus. The duration will be 43 minutes. The transit will cost you ISK 750. The total distance is 60.42 Kilometre.Taxi
It is recommended to take Taxi which will cost you roughly ISK 22000, taking around 51 minutes. The distance between the two points is 55.44 Kilometre.Car
Best transit method is Car. The distance is 55.44 Kilometre, costing around USD 11. The duration of the trip is 51 minutes.
The transit method is Taxi to Háholt, costing around ISK 16000. The duration of the trip is 36 minutes. From Háholt, take a Bus to Sæbraut / Vitastígur. The duration of this trip is 49 minutes. It will cost you an approximate expense of ISK 800. The total distance is 62.38 Kilometre.Taxi
Suggested transit method is Taxi. The distance between the points being 54.5 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 50 minutes. The expense of the trip is ISK 22000.Car
The most preferred mode of transport is Car. The transit will take around 50 minutes, covering a distance of 54.5 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 11.
Share your experience - Rate Geothermal Hot Pool, Reykjavik
A lot of people seem to be a bit misinformed about this place. Is it open? Is it closed? Is the water even warm? As someone who has used this hotpot before let me set the record straight: 1) The locals don't want a bunch of tourists parking outside their property and walking in, which I think is fair. If you do come here please come quietly, don't litter, and don't bring too many people. 2) People have found the hotpot to be cold because there's a warm water hose that you're supposed to put inside. Please be careful as the water is EXTREMELY hot. Once you're finished with the pot remove the hose to where you found it. 3) I see it's listed as "permanently closed", which I assume is because the residents of this place want it to themselves and don't want people trying to camp/throw rubbish on their property. Again, if you come here be respectful of your surroundings and if the locals ask you to leave (it's technically their property) you should probably do that. This place can really be magic if you treat it with respect. I also recommend doing a sunset drive around the Whale Fjord (the large body of water this hotpot is on) with some good music on. Happy hotpotting everyone!
Guessing the landowner closed it or only keeps it warm when they intend to use it. Walked from the road as it's a private drive and found it filled with freezing cold water. Nice view though.
Seemed like a great idea but a sign forbade entry to the private road off the main highway, so only option was to access on foot through what appeared to be a family farm's property. As a result, did not make it to the hot pot :-(
My husband and I went to this pool today and it was closed! Do NOT go here. There is a sign on the "road" saying "private" so we parked our car and walked. When we got to the pool the water was freezing cold as the pool was turned off. I'm guessing the locals shut it down
Great hot pool just next to the ocean....and free too..But needs a bit of a walk. Small algae may get on to your feet, just wash them off! 😋
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