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Seljavallalaug

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Seljavallalaug

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foot of the Eyjafjoll Mountains Seljavellir, Skogar IS 861 Iceland
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Most visitors to Iceland concentrate on the Golden Circle, often missing out on the impressive south coast. This full-day tour from Reykjavik is a fuss-free way around the south coast’s attractions, and a convenient alternative to exploring independently. You visit must-sees such as Reynisfja beach and the Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls. Plus, enjoy background on the sights from a guide, and air-conditioned hotel and port transfers in Reykjavik.
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kesjost wrote a review Oct 21
Milwaukee, Wisconsin356 contributions32 helpful votes
Beautiful hike with some beautiful views. Definitely spot for some awesome pictures. Didn’t go swimming but the water was warm.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Shofsan wrote a review May 2020
Reykjavik, Iceland276 contributions31 helpful votes
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I went here with my husband, since it was oj the way back from our South Coast tour. We didn't have our suits with is, but wanted to see it. I'm glad we decided to do the small hike! The valley in which it's located in is beautiful! I enjoyed the walk there probably more than the actual destination. It's really cool to see this pool in the middle of nature. There were four people swimming in it and the water looks a little green, probably from the algae. Keep to the left and find the little path then just walk straight. There was also a little "bridge" to help you cross over the river if you happened to not be wearing waterproof shoes:)
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Thor T wrote a review Jan 2020
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Although the water is fine the tempature greatly depends on the weather around the rocks. So plan before exploring
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Sissa Bjarglind wrote a review Dec 2019
Hafnarfjordur, Iceland39 contributions23 helpful votes
Love Seljavallalaug. It's in such a special area. Were you wouldn't ever think a pool would be at. Therefore you can take some amazing pics there. Altough I didn't go in, cause there isn't any clorine in it = not very santitized/clean. It's a bit of a trail to get there. So you have to be able to walk a bit :)
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Sabina wrote a review Nov 2019
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It was great nad magical experience! Mountains and waterfalls around this pool are breathtaking. Water was colder than it suppose to be, so we came inside just for few minutes. Anyway that's one of the most beautiful places in Iceland that I've seen.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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