Blue Lagoon, Reykjavik

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From Reykjavik to Blue Lagoon: Return Transfer

1. From Reykjavik to Blue Lagoon: Return Transfer

Start your journey from Reykjavik's centrally-located BSI Bus Terminal. The drive from Reykjavík to the Blue Lagoon takes approximately 50 minutes and promises to impress: along the way, marvel at the beautiful lava fields of Reykjanes Peninsula. Once at the Blue Lagoon, relax in milky-blue waters with temperatures of around 100 degrees, at your leisure. When you have enjoyed everything that the Blue Lagoon has to offer, hop on the comfortable bus back to Reykjavik (50-minute drive) or to Keflavík International Airport (20-minute drive)* for your afternoon flight. The transfer to the Blue Lagoon operates according to a set timetable. • From Reykjavík to Blue Lagoon - 9:00 AM; 10:00 AM; 11:00 AM; 1:00 PM; 2:00 PM; 3:00 PM; 5:00 PM• From Blue Lagoon to Reykjavík - 1:15 PM; 2:15 PM; 3:15 PM; 6:15 PM; 8:15 PM

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Reykjavík: Fagradalsfjall Volcano Hike and Blue Lagoon

2. Reykjavík: Fagradalsfjall Volcano Hike and Blue Lagoon

Enjoy the mountain views at Lake Kleifarvatn and hike the amazing journey to the Fagradalsfjall volcano. Start your adventure with pickup in Reykjavík and head towards the Reykanes Peninsula. Peer out of the window to a landscape of mossy-covered lava fields, geothermal fields, fishing villages, breathtaking coastal features, and mountain lakes. Explore the underwater hot springs and black basalt beach of Lake Kleifarvatn. Hike to the erupting Fagradalsfjall Volcano in Geldingadalur valley. Witness newly formed green lava flowing from the volcano into old lava moss and rocks. End your day by relaxing in the Blue Lagoon. Let the warm healing geothermal waters soften your muscles and soul after your volcanic experience.

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From Reykjavik: Golden Circle, Kerid Crater, and Blue Lagoon

3. From Reykjavik: Golden Circle, Kerid Crater, and Blue Lagoon

Experience Iceland’s 2 most visited natural attractions, the Golden Circle and the Blue Lagoon, in one day on a comfortable and convenient minibus tour. Depart Reykjavik and head for the Thingvellir National park, where the Eurasian and American tectonic plates converge. Amble through the stunning, lake-filled area, hopping back and forth between continental boundaries, and view the site where the Icelandic parliament was held from 930-1798. Next, head to the Geysir Hot Spring with geothermal pools reaching temperatures of 200 degrees. Witness the Strokkur geyser erupting a plume of boiling water and steam 100 feet in the air. Grab a bite to eat, before heading to the breathtaking waterfall at Gullfoss. Next, visit the Kerid volcanic crater with its deep blue waters, surrounded by vibrant red rock. Finish your tour at the iconic Blue Lagoon. Luxuriate in the warm, geothermal waters, making use of an included silica mud mask, before heading back to Reykjavik.

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Blue Lagoon: Entrance Package incl. Towel and Drink

4. Blue Lagoon: Entrance Package incl. Towel and Drink

Visit the world-famous Blue Lagoon and purchase the Comfort Package, giving you access to the legendary waters along with a towel, silica mud mask, and a drink at the in-water bar. Upon arrival, walk along a 300-meter lava corridor to the entrance of the main complex. Experience the new dimensions of wellbeing that the Blue Lagoon offers. The complex encompasses 8,700 square meters of geothermal seawater and features a sauna, steam room, massage waterfall, swim-up bar, and masks Enjoy the mineral-rich warmth of the Blue Lagoon. Wander around, float in the healing waters, socialize or meditate - relax as you see fit. Your entrance includes a complimentary drink from the swim-up bar. Choose from juices, smoothies, soft drinks, and alcoholic beverages. Use the included silica mud mask at the in-water mask bar and feel the radiance return to your skin as the silica - the lagoon’s iconic healing element - cleanses and strengthens you. Head back to the mask bar to purchase additional masks with the lagoon’s other treasures - algae, minerals, or lava.

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Small-Group Golden Circle & Blue Lagoon Tour with Admission

5. Small-Group Golden Circle & Blue Lagoon Tour with Admission

Take a minibus tour of the Golden Circle with a maximum of 18 participants. See natural formations, such as geysers, waterfalls, lakes, and unwind in the Blue Lagoon hot springs. Visit Thingvellir, a historic landmark where the Icelandic Commonwealth was founded. View the North Atlantic Divergent Ridge and see eruptions of up to 20 meters high at Strokkur, which erupts every 3 to 4 minutes. Pass by the dormant Geysir. Next, view Gullfoss, considered the most beautiful of Iceland’s 30,000 waterfalls. Stop for lunch before heading to Kerið, a striking crater lake filled with blue-green water and surrounded by black and red slopes. End the day at the Blue Lagoon and soak in the geothermal waters.

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From Reykjavik: Reykjanes Volcanic Hike & Blue Lagoon Option

6. From Reykjavik: Reykjanes Volcanic Hike & Blue Lagoon Option

After complimentary pickup in Reykjavik, take a scenic drive along the lava-shaped coast toward the first stop. Once there, follow the trail to the Geldingadalir Valley under the care of your experienced guide. Since it first exploded into life in March 2021, Iceland’s newest volcano has sent rivers of molten lava flowing across this rugged wilderness. Hundreds of thousands of people have come to see the youngest mountain in the world, and this is your opportunity to see the brand-new jet-black fields of lava for yourself! The knowledgeable guides will lead you to the volcano site and show how this unstoppable force has dramatically changed the Icelandic landscape. Before you arrive there, you will first see Seltun, an almost lunar landscape of red rocks, orange sediments, hissing mud pots and hot springs. There, you’ll be dazzled by the multi-colored craters and steam vents. The Reykjanes peninsula features even more fascinating geological gems. Next, visit the Gunnuhver Hot Springs, a group of active mud pools and steam vents named after a local witch who in folklore met her doom here, so watch your step. After, take a short 5-minute drive to Valahnúkamöl, stunning bird cliffs and basalt columns rising from the sea. Spend some time here enjoying the views of the iconic sights, including Reykjanesviti Lighthouse, the oldest still-standing structure of its kind in Iceland. From there, move on to the Bridge Between Continents, a place where a small metal footbridge straddles the ever-widening gap between the American and Eurasian tectonic plates, spanning the Mid-Atlantic Ridge just a few feet above the volcanic sands that stand between the diverging continents. As the final optional part of the tour, discover one of the most popular places in Iceland, the iconic Blue Lagoon where milky sea waters contrast with black lava fields. Here, soak all your cares away for 2 hours at the Blue Lagoon SPA. Enjoy a perfect way to relax and reflect on an unforgettable day spent on the Reykjanes Peninsula.

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Reykjavik: Golden Circle Tour with Blue Lagoon Visit & Entry

7. Reykjavik: Golden Circle Tour with Blue Lagoon Visit & Entry

Take a full-day tour of the Golden Circle to discover Iceland’s most iconic sites, then enjoy a relaxing dip in the Blue Lagoon. Travel in a comfortable bus with Wi-Fi connected tablets for each guest providing a continuous stream of relevant information via a GPS synced audio guide. Enjoy at least 45 minutes at the major stops, giving you plenty of time to marvel at nature and take pictures. Depart from Reykjavik and drive for about 45-60 minutes to visit the Thingvellir Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage site home to the largest freshwater lake in Iceland. Continue to the Geysir park, filled with steaming geothermal springs. Admire Strokkur Geyser as it erupts to heights of 35 meters (115 feet). Then see the magnificent Gullfoss Waterfall, where the glacial meltwater falls 32 meters (105 feet) down into a canyon. Drive back to the capital and take a 30-minute break in Reykjavik, before heading back on the road for a 45-minute ride to the Blue Lagoon. Once there, have around 3 hours to soak in the mineral-rich waters, relax after your day of sightseeing, and reflect on the natural beauty of this island. Enjoy an unforgettable experience.

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The Blue Lagoon & Northern Lights Tour with Admission Ticket

8. The Blue Lagoon & Northern Lights Tour with Admission Ticket

Start the day with a visit to the Blue Lagoon, where the mineral-rich waters offer a unique and first-hand experience of Iceland's plentiful geothermal springs. This is a perfect way to relax and reflect upon the natural beauty of this island and is a must-see when traveling to Iceland. Spend 4 hours at the lagoon before returning to Reykjavik for the northern lights tour starts. Next, the lights. The Aurora is both wonderfully mysterious and magical, and once seen, never forgotten. Simply put, nothing says “Icelandic Winter” like the hunt for the Northern Lights.  Your expert operational team has decades of experience analyzing weather patterns and carefully reviews the cloud forecast on a daily basis. They never set off unless they think there’s a good chance of spotting the Northern Lights. Departure times vary based on the season.

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Blue Lagoon: Retreat Spa Experience & Private Changing Suite

9. Blue Lagoon: Retreat Spa Experience & Private Changing Suite

Ideal for couples, the Retreat Spa offer gives two guests a private changing suite and four extraordinary hours at this subterranean sanctuary. Proceed into a remarkable concourse of lava that encompasses endless possibilities: a sauna, a steam cave, a wood-burning fireplace, a nesting area, a refreshment area, a panoramic viewing deck, a cold plunge well, and the mesmerizing waters of the Retreat Lagoon.  Begin the experience with check-in and a briefing on the spa area and the best way to enjoy the services. You will then be shown to your private changing suite, decked out with a large shower and dry area and equipped with towels, bathrobes, flip-flops, and Blue Lagoon beauty amenities. The best place to start is the Retreat Lagoon, filled with the same blue thermal waters as the regular Blue Lagoon, but without the crowds. Here you can soak and unwind, order a drink of your choice, and take in the serenity.   The Retreat Spa is an indoor sanctuary that takes your relaxation to the next level. There are multiple areas to relax and enjoy the views over the Retreat Lagoon. There is also a sauna, steam cave, and areas to treat your skin with the Blue Lagoon skin care products. The pinnacle of the journey is the Blue Lagoon Ritual — an exhilarating cycle of wellbeing where you commune with the Blue Lagoon's transformative elements: silica, algae, and minerals. Indulge in a full-body, self-applied treatment pampering session with salt scrub, silica mask, algae mask, and nourishing face and body oil. The spa also features a restaurant with menus based on the finest, freshest local ingredients. It is a place of gourmet nourishment with expansive windows revealing marvelous views of the surrounding mineral-rich waterscape and the centuries-old lava. Before, during, or after your spa journey, the restaurant makes for a memorable culinary experience. No reservations are needed.

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From Reykjavik: Golden Circle Tour & Blue Lagoon Transfer

10. From Reykjavik: Golden Circle Tour & Blue Lagoon Transfer

This day is a combination of Iceland's most famous sites, conveniently paired to allow you experience more. See natural formations, such as geysers, waterfalls, lakes, and more. Visit Thingvellir National Park, a historic landmark and the place where the Icelandic Commonwealth was founded. Take a chance to visit the best place on earth to view the North Atlantic Divergent Ridge. See eruptions of up to 20 meters high at Strokkur, which erupts every three to four minutes. Pass by the dormant Geysir. Next view Gullfoss, considered the most beautiful of Iceland’s 30,000 waterfalls, and make a stop for lunch.  Then, travel to Kerið, a striking crater lake filled with milky blue-green water and surrounded by stark black and deep red slopes. End your day at the Blue Lagoon, where you'll enjoy bathing in the relaxing geothermal waters.

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What people are saying about Blue Lagoon, Reykjavik

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 2,030 reviews

Definitely worth visiting, we did it as a part of the golden circle and we only had two hours there - I personally think its worth visiting blue lagoon as a separate trip and enjoy more hour in there. Friendly tip - buy in advance phone protective case as you are not allowed to go to the lagoon without it and you have to buy it there, which costs 3300 krones, which in UK currently was 18£, so very price, taking into account that you can get them for 1£ of Amazon. Otherwise amazing visit

The experience was absolutely fantastic but it was made so much better by our guige Baldur, a really lovely man. We were so grateful for his stories about Icelandic culture, history and general knowledge and he had a smile on his face all day which was very warming. You absolutely get your value for money on this trip with some truly outstanding sites to see and a great way to end it in the Blue lagoon with a face mask and a drink of your choice.. Up there with the best days out ever.

The guide was great, very invested and helpful. He really cares about participant satisfaction, and that makes all the difference! The experience of climbing to the top of the volcano allowed us to see SUPER beautiful landscapes. The blue lagoon is a great experience too!

The coach was comfortable, on time and had free WiFi which was good. Took about 45 minutes.

A must do trip in Iceland... The guide Iga was super interesting and funny