Iceland Secret Lagoon, Dinner and Northern Lights Hunt

Iceland Secret Lagoon, Dinner and Northern Lights Hunt

From $153.26 per person

Enjoy bathing in the geothermal pool at the Secret Lagoon and savor a local buffet dinner in the Icelandic countryside on this excursion from Reykjavik. Afterwards, you'll head off with your guide in search of the Northern Lights in the night skies.

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Duration 6 hours
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  • Relax in the Secret Lagoon’s geothermal pool, one of the oldest in Iceland
  • Enjoy a buffet dinner of local Icelandic delicacies at a family-owned restaurant
  • Experience the dark night skies of the countryside on a hunt for the Northern Lights
Full description
This 6-hour evening tour begins with a drive through the countryside of southern Iceland en route to the Secret Lagoon. This site features one of the oldest geothermal pools in Iceland, and has recently been renovated and now offers modern changing facilities. After a relaxing soak in the warm waters under the night sky, you’ll continue on to a nearby small family-owned restaurant for a delicious buffet dinner. Following dinner, your expert guide will take you on an exciting hunt for the Northern Lights, utilizing considerable experience and local knowledge to try to find the perfect spot to view this elusive natural phenomenon.
  • Bathing fee
  • Dinner buffet
  • English-speaking guide
  • Round trip transfers
  • Hotel pickup and drop off
  • Free WiFi onboard
  • Towel (can be rented on site)
  • Bathing suit (can be rented on site)
  • Meals and drinks (other than what is indicated in the description)
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned

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Important information

What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Swimwear
  • Towel
  • Weather-appropriate clothing

Know before you go

  • Sightings of the Northern Lights are never guaranteed, and this tour operates in all weather conditions. Even if the Northern Lights are not seen during the tour, no refunds are offered, and no complimentary tickets are provided
  • Please note that the discount for children and youth is a family discount, and applies to a maximum of 2 children/youths per each full-paying adult
  • Dress warmly as the tour operates in all weather conditions
  • Bringing a swimsuit and a towel is recommended but they can also be rented on site
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 144 reviews

Review summary

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We were told to be at Bus stop 2 at 5.30 we were there at 17.20 no buses came, we rang 3 times to be told bus was on its way. Then told the bus came at 17.417. Not true. A bus was ant to pick us up and he apologised and said he went to no3. We then had to meet up at a petrol station where we were referred to as stragglers.This added a load of stress we didn’t need. The rest of the trip was really good

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February 24, 2020

Wonderful experience. Apparently this is the lagoon locals go to as less touristy. There was an ethereal glow from the greenhouse next door which added to atmosphere. Lovely lying in hotwater with snow falling on your face feeling the stones underneath your feet. Guide was great, lots of stories. Food lovely, even the mushroom soup was delicious and I'm not normally a fan. And we were so lucky that when all other tours cancelled their northern light tours, we carried on and were treated to a show. Our guide was determined to find them. Highly recommend

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February 21, 2020

This was such an absolutely lovely experience we had on our last day in Iceland. Siggi, our guide, was such a delight … professional, knowledgeable, passionate about Iceland and determined (I'll explain that in a bit). If you have traveled to the Blue Lagoon, I recommend checking out the Secret Lagoon as this is an altogether new experience. The dinner at the local restaurant was wonderful (Kristina, our server was great!). The night we headed out on this activity had a very low KP rating to view the Northern Lights (1.5-2). To round back to Siggi, he was on a mission to do his very best for the entire group to find a sighting of the Northern Lights, as none of us had ever seen them before. When we thought that it just was not going to happen on this trip (and half the group had already closed their eyes for the journey back to Reykjavik), somehow Siggi managed to find them for us … and that was an experience that we will never forget. THANK YOU, Siggi! We appreciate you!

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December 26, 2019

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