Breathtaking 8-Hour Blue Lagoon & Northern Lights Tour From Reykjavik
Discover the magic of geothermal bathing in the world-renowned Blue Lagoon and marvel at the magnificent northern lights in Iceland on the same day. Travelers strapped for time and who want to grab the best chance to see the northern lights should book this tour now.
The excursion begins early in the afternoon as you depart from Reykjavik's BSI Bus Terminal to the Blue Lagoon. Most travelers have the terminal as the tour starting point, but you can arrange for a hotel pick-up within the Capital Region upon booking. Once settled in, you'll immediately be taken to your breathtaking destination.
The Blue Lagoon is approximately 30 miles (48 kilometers) from the bus terminal. While the trip is relatively short, you can still enjoy viewing the volcanic landscapes of the Reykjanes Peninsula as you travel.
As you reach the Blue Lagoon, you can enjoy geothermal bathing surrounded by beautiful and immersive geological scenes. There will be views of black lava fields and moss-filled landscapes as you access the spa's state-of-the-art facilities. These are what make the lagoon one of Europe's top destinations.
Iceland's Blue Lagoon is most famous for its milky blue waters, which have regenerative qualities. Its sulfur and silica composition, at roughly 102 F (39 C) temperature, provides a soothing environment for your body and skin.
Other than admission, the comfort ticket package as arranged by the tour includes a silica mud mask, a delicious drink of your choice, and a towel. These are all intended to give you the best and most relaxing experience.
After experiencing the Blue Lagoon, you will return to Reykjavik via a coach bus equipped with free Wi-Fi. While in the capital, you may go around the city to have dinner while preparing for the second leg of your day's adventure.
From Reykjavik, guests will again depart from the bus terminal to go northern lights hunting with an English-speaking professional guide. Since the weather affects the viewing location, the aurora borealis team selects the best place to seek the lights that night.
Since viewing is not guaranteed, due to natural conditions playing a significant role, guests who do not see any northern lights during their excursion can join this component of the tour again at no cost. But Iceland is one of the best countries to seek the aurora borealis, so always ready your camera to capture the moment. This view is one that you shouldn't miss.
Your eight-hour day tour exploring the Blue Lagoon and northern lights ends as you return to Reykjavik around midnight. This magical day will surely be a moment you'll never forget.
Don't miss out on this experience of a lifetime to bask in the geothermal waters of the Blue Lagoon and a chance to see Iceland's northern lights through this day tour. Check availability now by choosing a date.
What to bring
Good to know
-The Blue Lagoon has an age limit of 2 years.
-Food and snacks are not provided but you can buy them in the area.
-Departure is at the bus terminal but you may opt for a pick-up around Reykjavik upon booking.
-Seeing the northern lights is not guaranteed as it is dependent on weather conditions. Should your specific tour fail to see one, you may join the tour again on a different date at no cost.