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Situated in the central highlands of Iceland, Northeast of Mt. Hekla volcano, the Landmannalaugar geothermal area is one of Iceland‘s grandest and most photographed landmarks.
Characterised by multicoloured rhyolite mountains Landmannalaugar area is known for dramatic lighting and array of colours including yellow, pink, flourescent green and purple, brown, black and white.

At the foot of Landmannalaugar mountains flood plains and small streams meet moss covered lava fields and sparse highland vegitation. Two of Iceland‘s largest glaciers; Vatnajökull glacier and Hofsjökull glacier loom in the distance.

Natural hot-springs enable guests of Landmannalaugar to bathe in while staying.

The day tours that include a stop at Landmannalaugar:

AH32 Landmannalaugar by bus

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