Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Vellir (Árhver) – geyser in the river

One of the weirdest geysers is Vellir or Árhver in the western Iceland. This hot spring has formed a cone right in the middle...

Lake Abaya Hot Springs (Chokore Hot Springs)

There are numerous hot springs around Lake Abaya. Chokore Hot Springs (Chakoware Hot Springs) north from the lake recently had even some geysers. Geysers were...

Óþerrishola (Otherrishola)

For most of the time Óþerrishola ("rainmaker") seems to be an usual hot spring - a small pool with seemingly endless hole in the...

Chemurkeu Hot Springs, Lake Bogoria

There are four groups of geysers around Lake Bogoria. Chemurkeu Hot Springs are one of them. These springs are located to the south of the...

Geyser of Edo Laki Island, Langano Lake

In the northern part of Langano Lake is located a deep, round bay with an island in the center. This island has different names...

Logipi Geyser

As the Suguta River is passing through the Gap (a place, where the flat Suguta valley is flanked by two volcanoes), the river is...

North Island Geyser, Lake Turkana

The North Island of Lake Turkana is deserted summit of dormant volcano. The island consists of several volcanic tuff cones, it is 2 km...

North-Western solfatara field of Shiashkotan

There are no true geysers on Kuril Islands but North-Western solfatara field of Shiashkotan has some springs which are... almost geysers. Landmarks of Shiashkotan There are...

Leppaluði borehole

Often tourists mix up two hot springs or geysers - the artificial and more active Leppaluði borehole and dormant Grýla - once impressive geyser...

Koibobei Hot Springs and Geysers

There are more than 10 active geysers around Lake Bogoria. One of the largest geysers here is Koibobei Geyser reaching up to 4.6 m...