Blue Lagoon and Reykjanes Peninsula Round Trip and Easy Hiking
The famous Blue Lagoon is situated on Reykjanes peninsula, an area full of lava and geothermal activity.
Most of the peninsula is covered with a field of really old lava, from eruptions of the early ages. In between the rocks and the moss lie the geothermal mud areas with their strange colours, bubbling and sizzling from the depths of our earth.
At the Blue Lagoon we will have a two hour stop where you can linger in the lagoon and enjoy the surroundings. Our entire tour is approximately 6 hours. Furthermore, during winter time, this is a good area hunting for the Northern Lights when visibility allows (optional addition at an hourly rate).
Please note that the entrance ticket to the Blue Lagoon is not included and please book the ticket in good advance, or it might be fully booked. Please contact our staff or book the entrance ticket online on Blue Lagoon's website.
Book this incredible day around the Reykjanes Peninsula now! Check availability by choosing a date.
- Available: All year
- Duration: 6 hours
- Activities: Hiking, Super Jeep, Sightseeing, Climbing, Northern lights hunting, Hot Spring Bathing
- Difficulty: Easy
- Minimum age: 8 years.
- Languages: English
- Highlights: Blue Lagoon
The Blue Lagoon is a geothermal spa and is the single most popular attraction in Iceland.
The water is rich in silica and sulphur that helps make your skin shine like a baby. The Blue Lagoon also operates a Research and Development facility that helps find cures for skin ailments using the mineral-rich water.
The temperature in the bathing and swimming area is very comfortable, and averages 37–39 °C (98–102 °F). There´s a restaurant there and it´s a truly romantic and beautiful place one should not miss while in Iceland.
Pickup time : 09:00
Blue Lagoon Admission
What to bring:
Swim wear, warm clothing and hiking shoes
Good to know:
Reykjanes peninsula is a lava and geothermal area, and that is where the Blue Lagoon Health Spaa is situated.
The most of the peninsula is covered in a really old lava field from eruptions of early ages, and there amid lie the geothermal mud areas with their strange colors, bubbling and sizzling from the depths of our earth.