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Blue Lagoon Spa Including Admission and Roundtrip Transport from Reykjavik

From US$149.00
Highlights
  • Round-trip transportation means you can skip renting a car or navigating public buses 
  • Prepaid admission saves time at the entrance 
  • Drop-off and pickup at your Reykjavik hotel guarantees stress-free travel 
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Blue Lagoon Spa Including Admission and Roundtrip Transport from Reykjavik
From US$149.00
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8:00pm Departure
Departs at 8:00 pm and includes visitor pass and entrance to the Blue Lagoon only
From US$127.75
7:00pm Departure
Departs at 7:00 pm and includes visitor pass and entrance to the Blue Lagoon only
From US$127.75
3:00pm Departure
Departs at 3:00 pm and includes visitor pass and entrance to the Blue Lagoon only
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Overview
Feel relaxed from the moment you book your tour of the Blue Lagoon from Reykjavik. With an admission ticket and round-trip transportation included, you won't have to worry about driving, arranging transport, or purchasing admission. The prepaid entrance ticket guarantees your admission to this iconic attraction, where you can spend the day relaxing in the geothermal pool, taking in the Icelandic landscape, and experiencing treatments from the extensive spa menu (own expense). Plus, multiple departure times let you create a more flexible schedule.
What to Expect
When booking, choose your departure time from multiple options to suit your schedule. The tour vehicle arrives to pick you up at your Reykjavik hotel's front door, forgoing the need for a rental car or other transportation arrangements. 

Climb into the comfortable tour vehicle and relax as the urban streetscape ends and views of the Icelandic countryside begin. The journey to the Blue Lagoon is about 19 miles (47 kilometers). 

Once you arrive, proceed directly to the facilities of the iconic Blue Lagoon. Time saved waiting to buy a ticket means more time enjoying your day at the lagoon. Towels robes, and bathing suits are all available for rent, and there is an extensive menu of bathing options. Book a massage or a private bath in the lagoon, which is rich with silica and mineral salts and remains at a temperature of 96°F to 102°F (36°C to 39°C). 

At the end of the day, with soft skin and soothed muscles, board your return transportation for drop-off right at your Reykjavik hotel door.
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Reviewed 3 days ago
Good package for the Blue Lagoon from Reykjavik

Good package overall. Based on my experience, actual pick up time is 30 minutes prior to the departure time stated here (departure time is based on Gray Line terminal departure, while pickup is for the shuttle pickup at your bus stop to take you to...More

1  Thank Janice K
Reviewed 4 days ago
A Must Do in Iceland

I cannot recommend a trip to the Blue Lagoon highly enough. Yes it is expensive, but when you have been in Iceland a few days, it seems to be quite good value after all the expensive meals and tours etc! We were a party of...More

1  Thank Rubyglitter
Reviewed 5 days ago
Amazing place.....A must to visit

We first visited the Blue Lagoon on 2006 and since then it has expanded a lot. Loved the swim up bar and the free mud pack. Lovely relaxing way to enjoy the afternoon or evening. Wouldn't both with the comfort pack as it's a free...More

2  Thank 279julie
GLI_CustomerService, Public Relations Manager at Gray Line Iceland, responded to this reviewResponded 5 days ago

Thank you 279julie for your review. Glad you enjoyed the Blue Lagoon and the amenities. The newly upgraded Comfort package includes a welcome drink, towels and the Silica Mud Mask.

Reviewed 5 days ago
very relaxing

I went and had a fantastic time, everything about Iceland is super, the Blue Lagoon is very relaxing and very warm, although a bit smelly from the sulphur. Unfortunately we were unable to see the lights, we did go out in a coach very late...More

Thank Marlene C
Reviewed 6 days ago
Strange Experience

It was very strange sitting in water at 37 degrees and the air temperature of 6 degrees but saying that it was something you must do if you go to Iceland. Like most things in Iceland it was not cheap but with all the other...More

Thank Phil O
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