Landmannalaugar Overview

Its name literally translates to the ‘People’s Pool’, Landmannalaugar is one of the most uniquely beautiful tourist places in Iceland. Located within the Fjallabak Nature Reserve, Landmannalaugar is a sweeping area of frozen lava formed during the volcanic eruption of 1477. The rocks at the lava field can be seen reflecting the sun’s rays in shades of yellow, green, pink and blue, offering an ethereal sight. A number of geothermal pools litter the rocks at varying heights, offering a therapeutic dip to tourists. The area is also home to some of the most aesthetic hiking trails in Iceland, riddled with waterfalls, gorges and caves.

Fjallabak Nature Reserve

Best time to visit:
Between July and September, when the roads to the reserve are easily accessible

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