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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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A wonderful experience to swim in the lagoon. The water is warm and there is even a drink from the lagoon bar . You should try the healing mud which is supposed to heal skin conditions and make you look younger.
The blue lagoon quite honestly isn’t worth it. It’s very expensive for basically just sitting in a hot tub all day. We stayed about 3 hours. You get one drink and one face mask which was nice, but other than that, you just sit there....More
Everyone must do this once in their lives. Yes, there can be a lot of people, but there are now lots of people everywhere you go! Kick-back and just enjoy the experience and the warm mineral water on your body. Get the Blue Berry smoothie!...More
This was my second time in Iceland and impressed to see how much Blue Lagoon has improved in past ten years. I recommend visiting straight from the airport it was a Lovely start to my trip
There are Facilities to store cases, clean showers and...More
Stayed in the Blue Lagoon for a couple of hours. All the facilities and staff are great. Entrance quick, change rooms clean, showers good.
The lagoon is rather large, so people will spread out. The water is very warm and full of minerals. You will...More
Unless you can legitimately convince yourself that you are in the Hot Springs as a cosmetic treatment, then just walk around and see the view while skipping the soak. It is relatively crowded and costs around $90 a person.
Oh my, this was one day I will remember. We got the upgraded ticket with robes, private shower and dressing room and free drink. Also the lagoon on that side is pretty empty. We had a four hour pass to the lagoon and we made...More
The Blue Lagoon is a large lagoon with very hot temperatures to swim in.
It was very nice to be in but many tourists. It is very expensive for what you get and includes one free drink from the bar in the pool and a...More
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If you stay in Reykjavik you can actually book the pick up when you make the blue lagoon reservation they pick you up either from your hotel or the nearest bus stop and take you to the bus terminal and you board a bigger bus... More
If you stay in Reykjavik you can actually book the pick up when you make the blue lagoon reservation they pick you up either from your hotel or the nearest bus stop and take you to the bus terminal and you board a bigger bus to the blue lagoon it takes around 40 mins from the bus terminal to the blue lagoon