Seltun geothermal area video, Iceland

SELTUN geothermal area is a high-temperature geothermal area in Krýsuvík, Iceland.

A boardwalk leads through the area. Seltun geothermal area has many mud pots and fumaroles, and minerals deposited from geothermal solutions provide colorful sediments.

Walking paths are around the area and parking. Seltun geothermal area is a part of the Reykjanes nature reserve. The colors are amazing ?

Location: Road 42, near Kleifarvatn, Iceland.
Driving from Reykjavik takes approximately 45 minutes.
The video above was shot with the Dji Mavic Air 2.

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