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Visit Iceland's famous Blue Lagoon on a full-day trip from Reykjavik. Relax in the warm waters of this natural geothermal pool, and enjoy upgrades like spa treatments, water massages and private baths (own expense). Experience one of Iceland's natural wonders, surrounded by snowy mountains and otherworldly lava fields. Round-trip transportation from Reykjavik is included.

Highlights

  • Transportation to and from the Blue Lagoon (entrance fee included)
  • Enjoy a water massage or just lie back in the warm waters of the lagoon
  • Relax amid stunning scenery and fresh air
  • Pickup and drop-off from Reykjavik area hotels and guesthouses

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What You Can Expect

Blue Lagoon Spa with Roundtrip Transport from Reykjavik

Blue Lagoon Spa outside Reykjavik

Choose a range of departure times for pickup at your Reykjavik hotel, then board a comfortable, climate-controlled coach for the ride to the Blue Lagoon. On the 29-mile (47-kilometer) drive from the city, enjoy the passing scenery and get to know your fellow travelers.

Upon arrival, choose from the menu of bathing options, from private baths to water massage. Bathing suits, bath robes and towels are all available for rent.

The stunning geothermal lagoon, glimmering among the snow and lava fields, stays at a constant toasty temperature of 96-102 degrees Fahrenheit (36 to 39 degrees Celsius), and is an otherworldly shade of blue. The water contains blue-green algae, mineral salts and silica, and has been known to work wonders on problem skin and tired muscles. The blue-green algae softens and nourishes skin, the mineral salts detoxify the body and the white silica mud exfoliates the skin.

Take as much time as you like relaxing and enjoying one of Iceland's most famous natural wonders. When you're fully relaxed, board your transportation for the ride back to Reykjavik or to the Keflavik International Airport to catch your flight.

Customer Reviews

Charlotte B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

unique

kerrymannette

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

What an incredible experience!! After flying in early early in the morning this was an incredible way to spend a lazy afternoon. My best friend and I spent 3 hours floating and relaxing in the 38 degree Celsius water, just pampering ourselves! We went in early September and arrived at about 2:00pm so although there were people there, it was not terribly busy. We used the silca mask and the lava scrub and felt like a combination of a well done baked potato and a limp noodle when we finally left the water. We then got changed in the dressing rooms, which were well organized and headed for Lava for an incredible meal of beef tenderloin. The entire experience was fantastic! Cant wait to go again!

Japandrea02

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

The Blue Lagoon is on every Iceland vacation destination brochure. It seems to be all the rave. Yet, so many travel bloggers say to skip this spot... But as someone who likes to form my own opinions, we decided to still check it out and my husband and I were not disappointed. If it is your first visit to Rekjavik, you should definitely be a tourist, claim your tourist identity and check out those warm blue waters.
First things first: you must get there. Do NOT attempt to stop by at whim. You must have a pre-confirmed reservation. Enter Viator! You have hotel pickup, tickets to the lagoon, and a guaranteed ride back every hour, on the hour, after 3pm. It gives you standard entry which means you have to add on your own towels if you didn't bring one 700kronas and pay for your mud mask if you want. You will get a wristband upon arrival and that will allow you to purchase what you need or want including drinks from their float-to bar. I would suggest bringing a hairbrush and your own colorful towel so you can locate it. Make a reservation at Lava. Quite lovely!

Enjoy your tourist status at this relaxing spot!

kandmt

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Highly recommended for your first day in Iceland as it really helped us get over jet lag. Very prompt pickup from our lodging and waiting for us when we were through soaking. The Blue Lagoon was very relaxing and something every visitor to Iceland should experience.

Robert B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Everybody has to do it. You can easily do it on a layover at the airport because it's very near the airport.

Joan C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Fantastic!!! We were there early on a Sunday morning. Not too busy yet, so it was a good time to be there. Enjoyed every minute of it.

Andi

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

We really enjoyed The Blue Lagoon. We had heard it was a huge tourist attraction and we were afraid that it was going to be just crammed full of people. Luckily we did not feel that way at all. It was windy and rainy and we still enjoyed it. We were there on a Thursday at 2:00 p.m. Would definitely recommend it.

Michael John D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Absolutely brilliant , well worth the time any money. A must do if you visit Reykjavik

margaret c

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Wonderful experience

James F

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Fabulous way to start our day. Very relaxing but a little confusing how to meet in the lagoon. We up-graded to get bathrobes, drink and mud facial.

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