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Kerið

Vulcanologists used to class Kerið as an explosion crater. However after deeper research it is now thought to be a large scoria crater. Its red hued caldera is 55 meters deep and 170 meters wide. Kerið was formed around 3,000 years ago.

Vulcanologists used to class Kerið as an explosion crater. Deeper studies have shown of the Grímsnes area have not revealed the existence of any ash deposits that could be traced to an explosive eruption in Kerið. Now it is thought to be a large scoria crater. Its red hued caldera is 55 meters deep and 170 meters wide and was formed around 3,000 years ago.

"Comfort is King!"

Our south coast tour was lovely! The black sand beaches felt almost other worldly. Waterfalls are stunning. The south coast tour is a must!...even though it is a very long day. However, booking with Reykjavik Sightseeing is a really great option. Of the four companies we had tours with, they were by far the best.

- kandice B, October 2017

"Golden Circle Tour with a Toddler"

Visiting the Golden Circle with Reykjavik Sightseeing was a great experience. They had a car seat for our 18 month old that allowed him to easily see out the window during the ride between stops. The buses are very nice, and they provide a tablet with tour facts.

- bas517, October 2017

"Northern Lights Tour"

Amazing team! Very knowledgeable. You can go every Day until you see it! No extra charge. On the second time they found an amazing spot and the whole group had an amazing time!

- Silvia P, September 2017