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Secret Lagoon, Buffet Dinner, and Northern Lights Tour from Reykjavik

  • Evening tour of Iceland highlights: Secret Lagoon and Northern Lights
  • Nighttime tour complements busy daytime schedules or airport layovers
  • Included buffet dinner gives you a taste of Icelandic cuisine
Secret Lagoon, Buffet Dinner, and Northern Lights Tour from Reykjavik
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Secret Lagoon, Buffet Dinner, and Northern Lights Tour from Reykjavik
From $154.83
This nighttime tour to the Secret Lagoon and Northern Lights is perfect if you’re trying to pack your days full of Iceland’s best or squeeze in sightseeing during a layover. Book it for a planning-free evening or a scenic alternative to nightlife. Your tour includes admission fees and transportation to top Iceland attractions, plus an Icelandic buffet-style dinner.
What to Expect
Begin your tour with a late afternoon pickup from your Reykjavik hotel or other central meeting point.

Enjoy the views on your way to the Secret Lagoon, and relax in warm thermal waters when you arrive. You can even rent a bathing suit and towel if you forget to pack your own (or if you’re coming straight from the airport).

Then, eat a buffet-style dinner of traditional Icelandic dishes. Drinks are available for purchase.

Next, set out in search of the Northern Lights, stopping if (with luck) you see the lights dancing across the sky.

Return to Reykjavik around midnight and get dropped off at your hotel or another central location.

Please note: Sightings of the Northern Lights on this tour cannot be guaranteed, and are subject to conditions on the day.
Reviews (85)
1 - 5 of 16 reviews
Reviewed 4 days ago
Wonderful night

Small mini bus took us to Secret Lagoon at night, only about 20 people made it very lovely, great dinner at a local restaurant where we had local food that was excellent, then on to search for the Northern Lights, our driver was on the...More

1  Thank respbill
Reviewed 1 week ago
A wonderful way to kick off our holiday in Iceland

This tour was a great way to start our holiday in Iceland as we arrived in Reyjavik in the afternoon and had booked this tour for the evening. Relaxing in the peaceful water of the lagoon was just the ticket at the end of a...More

1  Thank Linda D
GLI_CustomerService, Public Relations Manager at Gray Line Iceland, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thank you Linda D for selecting Gray Line Iceland for your touring experience. The Secret Lagoon is amazing at night and the light buffet at Gamla Grund offering produce from the farms and greenhouses heated by the abundant geothermal waters in the area. Glad you...More

Reviewed September 27, 2018
Lovely spot at the end of a tour

We did not have the buffet dinner, but stop at the Secret Lagoon as part of the Golden Circle tour. A lovely, natural geo-thermal pool, with nice locker rooms and changing areas. I'm sure it would be a good place to see the northern lights...More

1  Thank b8ee
Reviewed September 18, 2018
Great Early Afternoon Stop

Its a really neat lagoon with very friendly staff. The lagoon is about 4'-5' deep and they have noodles if you want to float. I think we stayed in the water about 90 minutes then had fish and chips by the parking lot. It was...More

1  Thank steve b
Reviewed August 28, 2018
Relax with a beer

drove out to the Secret lagoon the one day , to have a day of relaxation. We got there early so it was relatively quiet. We grabbed a couple of noodles to float on , a cold beer and proceeded to float around in the...More

Thank Tajusa16
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