Admission to Secret Lagoon

Admission to Secret Lagoon
The Secret Lagoon makes for a rewarding and cheaper alternative to the Blue Lagoon Spa.
The Secret Lagoon boasts a geothermal area all of its own.
The Secret Lagoon is the perfect spot for enjoying South Iceland's gorgeous nature.
There are a number of fumaroles and steaming pots around the Secret Lagoon that can be explored.
The Secret Lagoon is one of the oldest outdoor geothermal pools in Iceland.
Admission to the Secret Lagoon will see you and your family making holiday memories to last a lifetime.
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Relax your soul with this fabulous admission to the tranquil geothermal baths of Secret Lagoon, found in the village Flúðir in South Iceland. This is the perfect opportunity for guests to Iceland looking to experience the serenity of natural, geothermally heated water, but are looking for a cheaper alternative to the larger Blue Lagoon Spa. 

Secret Lagoon is the oldest man-made geothermal pool in Iceland, having been first constructed in 1891. Utilising the geothermal energy at the pool is just one of the many things that have put Flúðir on the map; today, it is a centre point for horticulture and green energy in Iceland. Secret Lagoon can be found in close proximity to Iceland's famous sightseeing route, The Golden Circle. Guests are encouraged to pay a visit to the Secret Lagoon whilst undertaking this fantastic trail. 

The water at Secret Lagoon is 38-40° Celcius (100° Fahrenheit) all year long, making it a fantastic spot to take a dip regardless of the season. Bathing here will be entirely different in the summer months to winter given the seasonal changes that affect the lagoon's surrounding landscapes. Winter will see bathers looking up at the dancing Aurora Borealis,

Those who wish to take a break from bathing are free to enjoy the steaming fumaroles and bubbling hot pools that surround the lagoon's main pool. Doing this provides guests with a true insight into Iceland's geothermal underbelly, cementing in the mind as to just why Icelandic hot pools have become so famous worldwide. The Secret Lagoon even boasts a "mini-Geysir", erupting every five minutes, providing further interest for guests.

The Secret Lagoon also offers a bar and restaurant, changing rooms and showers; visitors who choose to sit beside the poolside will be able to appreciate the gigantic steam stacks that rise into the air from the lagoon's surface, creating a magical ambience to the area.

Children under the age of 14 get free admission to the pool but must be accompanied by an adult. Each adult can only be responsible for up to 3 children.  

Don't miss your opportunity to visit the gorgeous Secret Lagoon during your time in Iceland. Check availability by choosing a date. 

Quick facts

Tour information:
  • Available: Nov. - May.
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Activities: Hot Spring Bathing, Cultural Activity
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Languages: English, Icelandic
  • Attractions: Flúðir, Secret Lagoon, South Coast
Pickup information:
  • Departure time : 10:00. 11:00, 12:30, 14:00, 15:30, 17:00, 18:30,

Hvammsvegur – 845 Flúðir
Please be at the tour start location in good time before departure.
  • Admission to Secret Lagoon Spa

  • Food and Drink

  • Transportation

What to bring:
  • Swimsuit & Towel (Can be rented on site)

Good to know:

Please note that one guardian is allowed to bring to the Secret Lagoon a maximum of 3 children ( 14 years old and younger) without additional costs.

Max number of the people in the family group is 10 pax.

Violation of the rules will lead to the rejection of the booking at the reception.

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Wundervolles Bad, unbedingt besuchenswert!!!
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Sure, it's a tourist trap - for a reason. So warm and relaxing - especially just before or after flying into KEF.
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The Secret Lagoon was amazing! Relaxing, clean and enjoyable. We loved floating around on the pool noodles as well!
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