Iceland is known for its amazing hot springs. Go for a tour with 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 grace of Iceland as you soak in a geothermal pool.
The Secret Lagoon
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.
1. What includes the admission price?
Admission price includes access to the hot springs bathing area and changing facilities with lockers and showers.
2. Secret lagoon or Blue lagoon, what is the difference?
The Secret Lagoon is located in the fertile countryside of South Iceland, while the Blue Lagoon is in the middle of a lava field. The Secret Lagoon has clear geothermally heated water. The Blue Lagoon, on the other side, has milky blue geothermally heated water that contains algae and silica and other minerals. The Secret Lagoon is simple and quiet and local, while the Blue Lagoon is much bigger and more elaborate and offers steam rooms and spa services
3. Do I need to book the Secret lagoon?
Yes, we recommend booking in advance, since the capacity at Secret Lagoon is limited.
4. How warm is water at Secret Lagoon?
The water has approximately 38-40°C.
5. How deep is Secret Lagoon?
Secret Lagoon is not very deep, it is approximately 1 meter (2-3 feet) deep.
6. Is Secret Lagoon open at night?
No, Secret Lagoon closes at 20:00 during the wintertime and at 22:00 during summertime. After closing, there is no access.
7. Are there any other attractions near Secret Lagoon?
Yes, close to the Secret Lagoon is Gullfoss waterfall, Geysir geothermal area, Friðheimar farm, and Flúðasveppir farmers bistro.
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Tour departure point
The Gray Line Bus Terminal at Klettagarðar 4 is the central departure point for our tours.
Pick up and drop off
Pick up from hotels, guesthouses and designated bus stops starts 30 minutes before the tour departure time stated on your voucher.
Check in at Gray Line Bus Terminal is 15 minutes before the tour departure time stated on your voucher.
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