Iceland Blue Lagoon – A Must-Visit Tourist Attraction

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No trip to Iceland would be complete without a visit to the majestic Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa.

The Blue Lagoon is one of the most popular and visited tourist spots in Iceland. With its crystal clear, milky blue water, the Blue Lagoon offers a mesmerising view to visitors. But, there’s more to it than just its spectacular outward appearance. Read on to find out:

Formed in 1976, the Blue Lagoon is a manmade lagoon that came into existence because of drilling in the power plant, Svartsengi.

Svartsengi was drilled to produce electricity and hot water for nearby communities. The Blue Lagoon offers a complete spa experience. Similar to other spas across the world, you will find saunas, showers, lockers and more.

Although the water looks blue, it’s actually milky white in colour. Sunlight gives it a blue appearance. In addition, the water comprises minerals, silica and algae. Bathing in the water is known to improve one’s skin.

Average water temperature is between 37-40°C every year. Here are some tips to help you make the most of your Blue Lagoon experience:

Book ahead

The Blue Lagoon is packed with travellers all year around. So, you must make bookings in advance. There are plenty of tour packages available, so pick the one that suits your needs.

Shower before getting into the water

You will have to take a shower before getting in the water. This is mainly for hygiene reasons. Another important tip is to slather the white algae mask on your face and let it dry for a while.

White mask is a deep cleansing and purifying mask and will give your face a radiant glow.

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Protect your hair

If you don’t cover your hair in the lagoon, it will get dry. So, put on a plastic cap over your head.

Have fun

Most importantly, relax and enjoy the unique spa experience that you won’t find anywhere else in the world. Have a drink or a healthy smoothie and just embrace the serene experience for complete rejuvenation.

The Blue Lagoon is a must-visit spot in lceland and provides an unforgettable, enchanting travel experience.

If you’re looking for the best Blue Lagoon tour packages, we can help. Simply explore our website to search for Blue Lagoon tour packages in Iceland that suit your budget and travel needs. We have a variety of Iceland travel packages for you and your family!

 Green Iceland & The Secret Lagoon
Very easy 9 HOURS
Green Iceland & The Secret Lagoon

On this eight hour tour departing from Reykjavik we have ten stops and the focus is

The Sea Horse

From 22.900

Easy 8 HOURS
The Sea Horse

On this tour you have the chance to experience two big beautiful animals on the same

 Hekla Volcano Hike
Challenging 12 HOURS
Hekla Volcano Hike

Height: 1491 m. Terrain: Rough lava fields, ice, and snow as the peak draws nearer. Average

 2 Day Snæfellsnes Tour | Whale Watching, Waterfalls, Caving & Hot Springs

From 58.900

Very easy 2 DAYS
2 Day Snæfellsnes Tour | Whale Watching, Waterfalls, Caving & Hot Springs

Join this tour for a fairytale adventure through the Snæfellsnes peninsula. Less than 3 hours from Reykjavik, this area combines all the wonders of Iceland in one place: the sea crashing upon the sandy shores, jagged lava fields, waterfalls etc.

PUFFIN AND BIRD WATCHING
Very easy 1 HOURS
PUFFIN AND BIRD WATCHING

Puffin & Bird Watching is fun and easy adventure that begins from The Old Harbour in downtown Reykjavík. An expert guide will meet you on board of one of our smaller boats.