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Named in 2012 as one of National Geographic's “25 Wonders of the World," Blue Lagoon has evolved from its infancy as a reservoir of geothermal runoff into a world of geothermal wonder. The unique properties of its waters provide not only an...more
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We went with Tui. They gave us the wrong pick up time (5pm according to our UK ticket, 6pm according to Tui in Iceland), so we waited for half an hour for a trip that didn't exist then had to chase round finding out what...More
Don't let anyone put you off by saying this is 'too touristy'. An absolute must-do on a trip to Iceland.
Amazing place - absolutely stunning with the steam coming off the pool and the snowy volcanic surroundings; almost other-worldly. Super relaxing - could have spent...More
As an experience this is outstanding - surrounded by natural beauty and the staff on site are super friendly, accommodating and helpful.
The changing facilities are clean and well staffed.
The extras that are included in the price (face mask, free drink and towels) add...More
Once you've negotiated the chaos that is the changing rooms, you're left to soak in beautiful warm/hot water, surrounded by lava field under the night sky (or day sky if that's your preference), with a glass of your favourite tipple in hand (optional). What's not...More
The blue lagoon is the iconic tourist spot in Iceland and it will cost you to visit but you just can’t get away from the fact it’s a must do. Easy to spend two or three hours both taking in the spa waters, but also...More
We went as soon as we landed and was a great way to refresh. Make sure to buy your tickets well in advance. We arrived at 830am and it wasn't too busy but when we left around 11am it was getting quite busy. A good...More
Please don’t read the hype about the Blue Lagoon being too touristy. It’s popular for a reason...IT’S AMAZING! My husband and I visited towards the end of the day when many of the tour busses had left. Having fewer people definitely added to our incredible...More
If you're vising Iceland, this place is a must! We visited during the January time, so it was night time. It was the most surreal experiences I'd ever done! It was so much bigger than we thought! We enjoyed the masks they gave us, and...More
Hi, we had a slot at 19:00 hours and left at 21:00, but at 20:45, a large group of tourists still entered the water. One word of advice: everybody has a white towel and robe, and people tend to take your dry towel and/or... More
Hi, we had a slot at 19:00 hours and left at 21:00, but at 20:45, a large group of tourists still entered the water. One word of advice: everybody has a white towel and robe, and people tend to take your dry towel and/or robe and leave their wet one for you. Bring a coloured towel and/or robe to ensure you have something dry when you leave the pool.
Response from johnthrush | Reviewed this property |
Sorry can’t really help as I had a hire car BUT there are several companies offering trips incl the Blue Lagoon. Heard good reports from people who stayed in our hotel regarding coach trips they went on. Only point I would... More
Sorry can’t really help as I had a hire car BUT there are several companies offering trips incl the Blue Lagoon. Heard good reports from people who stayed in our hotel regarding coach trips they went on. Only point I would make is try to go on one in the evening to the Blue Lagoon, it’s a better experience under a stary night