All geysers are named after the Icelandic geysir. It’s one of the Golden Circle’s three major tourist attractions.
It may spit water up to 80 meters above sea level and is found in the Haukadular area. Water eruptions are erratic, lasting between 5-8 hours, and there have been times in the past when they have gone silent for years.
If you don’t strike it rich here, travel 50 meters south to the Strokkur Geyser, which spouts water at a height of 30 meters every 5-10 minutes.
Geysir, located around 80 kilometers from Reykjavik, is the world’s most famous geyser. Geysir was the first documented flowing spring of hot water. It’s amazing.