Wellness Travel

Wellness Travel

Increase your well-being and happiness with these wellness tours in Iceland. Enjoy the comfort of Icelandic hot springs, clean nature, and fresh air. Treat your mind, body, and soul to a healthy and relaxing vacation in Iceland.

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What is the best wellness tour in Iceland?

One of the best-rated wellness tours in Iceland takes travelers along the Golden Circle sightseeing route with a visit to the ethereal, geothermal Secret Lagoon and is rated an average of 4.8 out of 5 stars by 38 travelers. This tour costs around 113 USD.

Another popular wellness tour in Iceland visits the famous Blue Lagoon, which is rated an average of 4.8 out of 5 stars by 191 travelers. You can get massages and treatments in this famous resort on the Reykjanes Peninsula. This trip costs about 121 USD.

This top-rated wellness tour in Iceland is an 11-hour super jeep tour that explores the Landmannalaugar area to see waterfalls, rhyolite mountains, and natural hot pools, rated an average of 4.8 out of 5 stars by 82 travelers. This experience costs around 322 USD.

What is the cheapest wellness tour in Iceland?

The cheapest wellness tour in Iceland takes you from Fontana Spa to try local delicacies cooked with geothermal forces, which is done by burying them shallowly in the hot earth. This tour lasts 30 minutes and costs approximately 19 USD.

The second-cheapest wellness tour in Iceland is a trip to the Secret Lagoon Spa from the village of Fludir, where you can relax to your heart's content and explore its adjacent hot spring area, which boasts a geyser. This tour costs around 23 USD.

The third-cheapest wellness tour in Iceland is a visit to the Krauma Spa in west Iceland, the geothermal pools of which overlook the highest-flowing hot spring in Europe. You can stay as long as you like in its healing waters. This tour costs approximately 38 USD.

Do wellness tours in Iceland offer hotel pickups?

Yes, many wellness tours in Iceland offer pick-up from your hotel or a nearby meeting point. This 9-hour horseback riding tour with a dip in a geothermally heated river is an example of such an excursion from Reykjavik. Admission to geothermal spas will not cover pick-up from your hotels.

How long is the average wellness tour in Iceland?

The average wellness tour in Iceland is one day, but they vary in length, lasting up to six days or longer if you combine multiple packages. The shortest wellness tours in Iceland provide a unique local experience. A dip in the beer baths in North Iceland, during which adults are welcome to drink local brew as they unwind, takes just an hour. However, most wellness tours in Iceland take up the better part of a day. This wellness tour around the natural and cultural wonders of West Iceland, with a dip in a hot spring nestled in a canyon, takes 10 hours. You can spend as long as you like at many geothermal spa retreats before closing, as most do not limit your stay. Iceland's longest wellness tour is the 6-day winter yoga escape in the north, which provides a complete immersion into the stunning landscapes.

What is the average group size for wellness tours in Iceland?

The average wellness tour in Iceland is a small-group tour that includes a maximum of 19 people. The number of people on your tour will depend on the specific tour that you book. For example, this private Golden Circle and Blue Lagoon "perfect day" tour includes an SUV rental and personal driver for you and your companions. In contrast, this Sky Lagoon trip, including transfer from Reykjavik, includes group transportation. When you book admission to the Vok Baths or other spa retreats in Iceland, you will be guaranteed a peaceful experience as space at any given time is limited.

Is lunch usually included in wellness tours in Iceland?

Yes, lunch is included in many wellness tours in Iceland. However, it depends on which tour you book. For example, a 9-hour small-group Golden Circle tour with a visit to the Secret Lagoon retreat includes lunch at Fridheimar Greenhouse. On other wellness tours in Iceland, lunch may not be provided. You can check the ‘included’ section of each excursion to clarify. If this lunch is not provided, the tour operator may recommend you bring your own. There may also be places on the tour where you can buy food and refreshments.

What is a wellness tour in Iceland?

A wellness tour in Iceland is a trip that includes activities that promote health and wellbeing. Typical activities include soaking in geothermal spas, massages, yoga, meditation, and nature tours. Iceland is famous for its wide variety of wellness activities, including bathing in the healing waters of the famous Blue Lagoon.