Blue Lagoon - Take Me There Iceland

Blue Lagoon

This is the most popular pool on the island and one of Iceland’s iconic landmarks. Its immense size, the color of the water, and the surrounding lava field make it easily distinguishable.

Children under the age of 13 are allowed free entry and must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18. Infants aged 0-2 are not allowed in the water due to their sensitivity to minerals and acids in the water. Children under the age of 8 must wear floaties. Each adult over 18 can supervise up to two children.

Comfort Package: Starting from 6,990 ISK, including entry to the lagoon, a silica mud mask, one drink of choice, and a towel.

Premium Package: 8,990 ISK, including entry to the lagoon, a silica mud mask, one drink of choice, a towel, bathrobe, two face masks of choice, and a sparkling wine glass at Lava restaurant.

Luxury Package and Treatments: 59,000 ISK, including a private changing room, Blue Lagoon Ritual, beauty and skincare products, one drink of choice, entry to the spa restaurant, access to eight unique and therapeutic spaces, and entry to the spa and treatment lagoon.

Rental Costs: Towel rental: 1,500 ISK Swimsuit rental: 800 ISK

When booking a room at Silica Hotel or the Retreat, you will receive complimentary entry to the lagoon.

Thermal Spa Facilities: The lagoon offers various thermal spa facilities, including The Nest, Lava Cove, Sauna, Private Changing Room, Terrace, Steam Cave, Cold Well, and the Private Lagoon Cave.

Treatment Options: Water Therapy: Relaxing water therapy focusing on bone and joint health, offered for individuals, couples, or small groups.

Water Massage: Dynamic water massage for absorption of minerals into the tissues, promoting relaxation and tension relief.

General Information: The Blue Lagoon was established in 1992 to utilize the minerals in the geothermal seawater. The architecture of the place complements the surrounding environment, with walls resembling silica and large windows facing the lagoon.


  • Water source is 2 km offshore, rich in silica, algae, and minerals.
  • Excess water from the Svartsengi geothermal plant directly feeds into the lagoon.
  • Adjacent to the lagoon is a carbon capture plant, a crucial step in reducing carbon emissions.
  • Prior to the volcanic eruption, the entire area lay dormant since 1226.
  • Maximum water depth is 1.4 meters, with specific areas reaching 80 cm.
  • Water temperature ranges between 36-40 degrees Celsius.


  • Cancellation: Full refund if canceled over 48 hours before arrival. No refund for cancellations less than 48 hours in advance.
  • Change of ticket within 48 hours: Additional fee of 1,800 ISK.
  • No refund for ticket cancellations less than 48 hours before arrival.

Location: The Blue Lagoon is located 20 minutes from Keflavik Airport and about 50 minutes from Reykjavik. Accessible by car via Route 41 and Bus Service every hour from Reykjavik and Keflavik.”

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