Pick up at your hotel around 9.00 AM, or meet us at bus stop number 8 (next to Hallgrímskirkja church), 9.20 AM. We drive through a thrilling lava field on our way to the Reykjanes Peninsula.
The beautiful lake Kleifarvatn, is formed solely by plate tectonics and rifting of the European and American plate from each other.
Seltún: A beautifully coloured geothermal area with bubbling mud pools and colourful solfataras.
Gunnuhver Hot Spring: One of the hottest places in Iceland. The temperature below the surface can amount to about 300° C.
Bridge Between Two Continents: The Bridge Between Continents is a small footbridge over a major fissure, which is formed by tectonics and rifting from two continental plates.
Reykjanes Lighthouse and Cliffs: After passing the Reykjanesviti lighthouse, the oldest lighthouse in Iceland, we well venture towards the sea where you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean.
Blue Lagoon: The day ends in the relaxing atmosphere in the Blue Lagoon. Comfort ticket to the Blue lagoon included (entrance, towel, silica mask and 1 drink).
Return from the Blue Lagoon to Reykjavík around 5PM
This activity includes:
Blue Lagoon Ticket
Pick up or bus stop #8 at Hallgrimskirkja
Pickup from your accommodations or bus stop number 8, next to Hallgrímskirkja church. Please provide your address if you’d like to be picked up!
Things to note
We provide: Everything included, except lunch. Comfort ticket to the Blue lagoon included (entrance, towel, silica mask and 1 drink). Please feel free to let us know if you have any questions! We are more than happy to help you.
You bring: Swimsuit. If you would like to upgrade your Blue Lagoon ticket to Premium or Luxury please let us know. We can also book a, in-water massage for you.
Free Cancellation up to 1 day(s) before the date of activity. Late cancellation or your non-arrival will result in the full cost of your booking being charged.
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