Such is the Blue Lagoon in Iceland

A relaxed experience in the gentle warm water

Geothermal springs bursting from Icelandic soil must be experienced during the trip. Icelanders love their spas, and even the smallest villages always have a spa or swimming pool where you can take a dip in the warm water. However, the most famous spa is known for its milky light blue water and first-class facilities. Blue Lagoonwhich is mainly popular with tourists.

The spectacular Blue Lagoon is located 47 km from Reykjavik City towards Keflavik Airport. The well-equipped spa offers a comprehensive and unique relaxation experience. A visit to the Blue Lagoon always requires Advance Booking, allowing for a smooth visit to one of the 25 wonders of the world.

There are three different packages available to visitors, starting at € 60. The high price level in Iceland also makes Blue Lagoon tickets quite expensive in Finnish, but the once in a lifetime experience is worth the price for most people. In addition to admission, the cheapest ticket includes a clay mask, towel rental and one optional drink at the lagoon bar. The visit is free for children from 2 to 13 years old.

Inka KhanjiBlue Lagoon, Iceland
The Blue Lagoon is mainly visited by tourists from all over the world.

There are plenty of facilities in the area: in addition to the large pools, you can relax in the Blue Lagoon’s sauna and steam room, in the relaxation area and under the waterfall. Many visitors try a clay mask, and in the pool you can see a lot of faces covered in white clay.

The water from the geothermal spring pulsates from a depth of about two thousand meters. On the way up, minerals stick to the water, making the water light blue and milky thick. The water in the geothermal spring is pleasantly warm, mostly between 37 and 40 degrees, but the temperature varies according to the seasons.

It’s worth taking a few hours to visit throughout the day if you’re planning to dine in the Blue Lagoon’s restaurants and make the most of a unique experience. A relaxing stay in the lagoon with cool drinks and good company is a great way to spend your Iceland holiday.

See pictures of Blue Lagoon!

Inka KhanjiBlue Lagoon, Iceland
Outside the spa, you can take a leisurely stroll along the light blue water.
Inka KhanjiBlue Lagoon, Iceland
There are paths between the rocks, along which you can comfortably move from one place to another.
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Lava rocks line the steaming lagoon.
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The building next to the pool area provides the tourist with all the necessary services.
Inka KhanjiBlue Lagoon, Iceland
Bridges across the lagoon create an atmosphere in the Blue Lagoon.
Inka KhanjiBlue Lagoon, Iceland
Thanks to the good services, visitors can enjoy the bar served directly from the water.
Inka KhanjiBlue Lagoon, Iceland
Steaming water relaxes comfortably even in cool weather.
Inka KhanjiBlue Lagoon, Iceland
Admission to the Blue Lagoon must be booked in advance. The area is nice and spacious due to the limited number of visitors.
Inka KhanjiBlue Lagoon, Iceland
The water in the pools is 1.4 meters deepest, but mainly varies between 0.8 and 1.2 meters.

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Text and photos: Inka Khanji


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