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Secret Lagoon Thermal Bath

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Iceland is known for its amazing hot springs. Go for a restorative soak in the Secret Lagoon set in an otherworldly geothermal landscape near the quaint village of Flúðir.

The Secret Lagoon tour is breathtaking, taking you on a wondrous journey through Iceland’s staggeringly raw beauty to a geothermal pool. Relax and unwind in the great outdoors, surrounded by the beauty of Iceland as you soak in a geothermal pool.


The Secret Lagoon is a spring-fed pool located near the charming village of Flúðir in South Iceland. Mineral-rich geothermal waters from nearby hot springs stay at a steady temperature of 38° to 40°C, making the Secret Lagoon’s water perfect for bathing and relaxation.


Icelandic Open-Air Bathing Experience

The Secret Lagoon, or Gamla laugin as it is referred to by locals, is part of the local culture and is keeping alive the unique and authentic experience of Icelandic open-air geothermal bathing.


Hot Springs & Geothermal Features

The Secret Lagoon offers neat and clean locker rooms, showers and changing facilities, as well as a small bar and dining area. Boardwalks and footpaths surround the pool enabling guests to explore the small hot springs and geothermal features in the immediate area. After two hours of enjoying the Secret Lagoon’s miraculous waters we return to Reykjavík, rejuvenated and refreshed.


An Experience for the Mind, Body & Soul

Soaking in the Secret Lagoon is an unforgettable way to experience Iceland’s natural wonders for your body, mind and soul.

  • Family friendly tour
  • Food and beverage available for purchase at the Secret Lagoon
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Towel and swimsuit are not included (but can be rented at the Secret Lagoon)

As of Tuesday, April 30 2019, the Grayline Iceland main bus terminal will move from Skarfabakki to Klettagarðar 4, where Gray Line Iceland’s head offices are located. To view the map, please click here

To view pick up points, please click here.

Combining the Golden Circle and Secret Lagoon, this breathtaking tour takes you on a wondrous journey through Iceland’s staggeringly raw beauty and ends with the ultimate Icelandic indulgence: a luxurious soak in a geothermal pool under the open sky. Go on a journey that brings you the experiences of walking among geologic marvels, witnessing an erupting hot spring, discovering a magnificent waterfall and unwinding in an outdoor geothermal pool.


A Historical & Geological Wonder

Þingvellir National Park is located in a rift valley where the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates meet. It is a site of great historical, geological and cultural significance and has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. Þingvellir is the birthplace of the Althing Iceland’s parliament founded in 930 AD where the nation’s most powerful leaders would meet to decide on legislation and carry out brutal Viking age justice.


An Awe-Inspiring Waterfall

The tour continues across an area of picturesque scenery to the mighty Gullfoss waterfall. Once there, you can take several paths around the two tiers of cascading water to explore several vantage points. Extra time is allotted at this location for a lunch break at Gullfoss Café where food is available for purchase.


Bubbling with Excitement

Next up is the home of “The Great Geysir” hot spring, which all geysers are named after. This area is an impressive collage of bubbling mud pools, hissing steam vents, and colourful algae deposits. Strokkur geyser puts on quite the show every few minutes blasting boiling water high up into the air.


The Secret Lagoon

Just off the Golden Circle is the Secret Lagoon, a spring-fed pool located near the charming village of Flúðir in South Iceland. Mineral rich geothermal waters from nearby hot springs stay at a steady temperature of 38° to 40°C, making the Secret Lagoon’s water perfect for bathing and relaxation.


Icelandic Open-Air Bathing Experience

Over the years, the Secret Lagoon, or Gamla Laugin as it was referred to by the villagers, has been part of the local culture that is keeping alive the uniquely authentic experience of Icelandic open-air geothermal bathing.


Hot Springs & Geothermal Features

The Secret Lagoon offers neat and clean locker rooms, showers and changing facilities, as well as a small bar and dining area. Boardwalks and footpaths surround the pool enable guests to explore the small hot springs and other geothermal features in the immediate area. After 2 hours of enjoying the Secret Lagoon’s miraculous waters we return to Reykjavík, rejuvenated and refreshed.


An Experience for the Mind, Body & Soul

While any one of these stops makes incredible images for your Instagram feed, they also all have rich histories and fascinating tales, each told with their own nuances by our knowledgeable guides. Touring the Golden Circle and soaking in the Secret Lagoon is an unforgettable way to experience Iceland’s natural wonders for your body, mind and soul.

Come and take part in this fantastic two part tour that combines the Secret Lagoon (hush!) and the Northern Lights. So you can relax in the hot spring whilst taking in the surrounding nature before going on the hunt for the famous Northern Lights!

On this tour you will be able to experience the rugged charm of an Icelandic open air geothermal bath, sample delicious food in a buffet-style dinner and head on for a journey to hunt the Northern Lights.

The Secret Lagoon (as seen in Rick Stein’s Long Weekends) is the oldest natural pool in Iceland, and one of Iceland’s best kept secrets, where the water stays at a constant temperature of between 38 - 40 degrees Celsius. Around it there are several hot spots that can be found due to the new walk way that has been built for you to take a closer look at these boiling hot springs.This is a fantastic alternative to the much busier and very touristic Blue Lagoon.

From the Secret Lagoon it is then onto the Northern Lights where you will hunt probably the most famous natural phenomena Iceland has to offer. When spotted, the Northern Lights will be dancing across the sky in multiple colours dazzling you and the knowledgeable guides will be able to tell you about the science behind the Aurora Borealis and answer any questions you might have.

Please note that as this a combination tour, a complimentary return is not available for this tour if the Northern Lights cannot be seen.

Highlights

  • Rugged charm of an Icelandic open air geothermal bath
  • Sample delicious Icelandic food in a light buffet
  • Seeing the Northern lights dancing across the sky
  • Learning about science and of Northern lights

Pickup Changes in Reykjavík City Centre

Bus stop 7 - Traðarkot has been closed by Reykjavik City authorities.

Bus stop 6 – Safnahúsið/Culture House will also be closed from 15 June 2019 – 31 August 2019, due to construction in the area.

Passengers who were previously scheduled to be picked up from these bus stops are advised to go to other pick-up locations, please see the map and list with suggested pick-up points for hotels affected.

Tickets for tours and transfers that do not include pick-up are now valid for free pick-up from Bus stop 5 – Harpa instead of at the closed Bus stop 6.

This is in addition to Bus stop 13 – Rauðarárstígur and our headquarters at Klettagarðar 4.

For the map, click here.

Highlights

  • Hear the harrowing stories of Viking-age justice doled out at Þingvellir
  • Feel the mist from Gullfoss waterfall as it plummets into Hvítárgljúfur canyon
  • Join the collective gasp as an erupting hot spring launches a column of boiling hot water into the air
  • Refresh and rejuvenate your mind and body in the waters of the Secret Lagoon

Ticket Information

Meeting Time: Please be at meeting point at least 30min before departure time.

Departure Time: 8.30am.

Duration: approx. 8.5 Hrs.

Times are approximate and subject to change.

Meeting Point: Hotel or guesthouse or conveniently located bus stop.

Additional Information:

Tour Inclusions: Hotel pick up & drop - off from Reykjavik local area only, transport to Secret lagoon and admission ticket, English speaking guide.

Tour Exclusions: Food, drinks Or other services not mentioned above.

Dress Code: Please dress according to weather.

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