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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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This palace is far to commercialized we booked early morning so it was ok when we first got there but with in an hour you couldn’t move without bumping into someone couldn’t find your towels or robe because everyone puts them on pegs has you...More
Amazing experience, its like a unforgettable moment like once in your life. I come in May when the weather quite warm but still cold. The great thing is when you get mask from the sulfur mud (you will feel 10 years younger). I dont want...More
Great way to spend an afternoon. Rest Relax. Chat with friends. Enjoy the face masks. Bathe in the glorious hot water. Swim up bar to get free drink.
Premium package not worth the extra money. WHEN we got out our robes towels and...More
We had a comfort package, which included a towel, locker, one mask, and two beverages at the lagoon. You must shower without your suit to go in the lagoon. Putting the suit back on when you are wet can be a challenge. The locker rooms...More
Unlike most parts of town, Blue Lagoon remained open on Christmas Day and the website wasn’t kidding when it said closures due to bad weather were extremely rare. Weather in Iceland is known to be very unpredictable, however the Blue Lagoon stayed open despite it...More
The color of the water is really beautiful. Very crowded and glad we saw it during daytime as it is nothing special at night. The uniqueness lies in the color and opaque water. One free beverage with admission, which was nice. Yes it’s pricey but...More
Went one the last day of my trip with friends before we flew back to NY. Such a beautiful place. the weather was something else. It was snowing then raining but it did not deter our visit. We hot our silica and lava masks ....More