Blue Lagoon
People bathing in The Blue Lagoon surrounded by mountains, Reykjavik
People bathing in The Blue Lagoon surrounded by mountains, Reykjavik

Blue Lagoon Tours and Tickets

6,214 reviews

To understand why Iceland's Blue Lagoon is so popular, just imagine bathing in steaming milky-blue waters, sipping a cocktail at a swim-up bar, and looking out over an otherworldly landscape of jagged peaks and black lava fields. This geothermal pool, the most visited of Iceland's many such oases, boasts mineral-rich waters, a luxurious spa, and a magnificent setting, all just minutes from Reykjavik.

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Michele_H, Nov 2023
A fabulous experience...
The experience was amazing! The water temperature was very warm and clean. I love the beach bar onsite. Although, the outside temperature was cold, the blue lagoon gives that warm relaxing feeling. I would come back again.
Noreen_D, Oct 2023
Great but…
Loved the blue lagoon and we got premium package with cleaner facilities and three face masks! BUT… If you are not using the optional transportation to and from the lagoon, it is better to buy entry tickets on the Blue Lagoon website… it is much much cheaper!!! 4 stars because I could have saved money by not purchasing the tickets here.
Louise_D, Oct 2023
Perfect day trip
Excellent, great communication before, fantastic way to see the amazing sights, mini bus clean and comfortable, driver very informative and friendly, plenty of food and toilet stops perfect end of the day visiting Blue Lagoon
Prudelaine_N, Aug 2023
Tour is good
Tour is good, they accommodated our request to stop by in the Bridge between continents instead of just Blue Lagoon. Smooth check in in Blue lagoon. Driver was friendly. Van is nice and clean. Recommended this tour.
People Also Ask
Q:What month is best to go to the Blue Lagoon?
A:The best time to visit the Blue Lagoon is in the evening. If you visit during the summer, you can enjoy the midnight sun while soaking—it stays open later in summer. Winter also offers the chance to see the northern lights while staying warm in the water.
Q:How long should you spend at the Blue Lagoon?
A:A typical visit to the Blue Lagoon lasts from two to three hours. However, you can easily spend longer if you want to take full advantage of all the available facilities. There is no time limit—your admission ticket allows you to spend the whole day there—but you must leave the water 30 minutes before closing.
Q:Can you go to the Blue Lagoon without booking?
A:Yes, you can go to the Blue Lagoon without booking, but it's highly risky. The Blue Lagoon is one of Iceland's most-visited attractions and is often fully booked throughout the year. It is a good idea to reserve your desired date and time as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
Q:Is the Blue Lagoon Worth it?
A:Yes, the Blue Lagoon is worth it. However, it is almost always crowded and expensive; some consider it a tourist trap. You shouldn't miss the Blue Lagoon, but you also shouldn't miss visiting some of Iceland's other quieter hot springs.
Q:Is the Blue Lagoon open year round?
A:Yes, the Blue Lagoon is open all year round—and it is a great place to visit any time of year. Opening hours vary throughout the year, however. During summer, it stays open until the wee hours, so check the schedule on the Blue Lagoon's website when planning your visit.
Q:Is the Blue Lagoon better at night or day?
A:Night offers a more peaceful atmosphere at the Blue Lagoon, and a nighttime visit is a great way to unwind after a day spent sightseeing around Iceland. However, some facilities and services may not be available after dark. As the Blue Lagoon is usually fully booked, there is no significant difference in crowd size from day to night.