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Blue Lagoon Fantastic Tour w/ Transfers from/to Reykjavik

From the center of Reykjavik, take a shared ride to the Blue Lagoon, one of the world's most wonderful and renowned nature resorts. The spa package of your choice and a return bus transfer to and from the Blue Lagoon are both included. See the so-called Geothermal Milky Blue Sea with its unique features and calm among the breathtaking landscapes.
Mini group
3 hours
Group size up to 10 persons
Mobile ticket
Full refund for cancellations up to 24 hours
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund
What is included in activity
Return bus fare
Admission to the Blue Lagoon
Use of towel
Silica mud mask
One drink of your choice (for adults only)
Use of bathrobe (if premium option selected)
Algae mask (if premium option selected)
Table reservation at LAVA Restaurant (if premium option selected, optional)
Sparkling wine if dining at LAVA (if premium option selected)
What is not included
Food and drinks (other than those specified)
Hotel pickup
Luggage storage costs (approximately 4 EUR per bag)

You can choose between the Comfort Package and the Premium Package, as well as take advantage of a secure and dependable transfer between the city center of Reykjavk and the world-famous Blue Lagoon.

The tranquility of the one-of-a-kind Geothermal Milky Blue Sea waters is regarded by many as a once-in-a-lifetime experience and an essential component of your trip to Iceland. You can take your time exploring Reykjavik because there are frequent departures.

In 1976, an operation at the nearby geothermal power plant led to the formation of the Blue Lagoon. People started bathing in the water and applying the silica mud to their skin in the years that followed. It is well-known for its calming effects and health benefits.

A mossy lava field surrounds the Blue Lagoon, providing stunning scenery, cutting-edge facilities, and an otherworldly atmosphere.

Relax for a while by selecting one of two available packages. After that, go back to Reykjavik. Your open, flexible return ticket can be used for any and all Blue Lagoon departures.

Important Information:

  • Bathing suits could be rented at the premises
  • Confirmation will be received right at the time of booking
  • One adult is allowed to supervise and be responsible for maximum two children
  • The last bus' return time is 8:15 PM
in a mini-group
Small group
There will be a maximum of 10 members in the group with you
More benefit
It will cost less than an individual one, but will pass in the same comfort
Guide near
In a small group, you will get more attention from the guide
per person
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Online Booking
Adult (Age 14-99)
per person
Youth (Age 2-13)
per person
For any payment method you must book a ticket through the booking form below and receive confirmation by e-mail and (or) SMS.
What places you will see

the Blue Lagoon

Activity book period
You can book tour up to 6 hours in advance.
Languages in what activity is performed
Directions to meet your guide

BSI Bus Terminal, Reykjavik

How long your tour will be
3 hrs
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Reviews by travellers
4.9 out of 5
1004 reviews
Wonderful experience, strongly recommend. Went with my boyfriend during a week’s trip to Iceland and spent 3.5 hours there. Yes it’s expensive AF and an obvious tourist trap but there’s a good reason for it. The lagoon is enormous and didn’t feel crowded despite there being a lot of people there. The drinks at the bar were delicious. The mask was great fun and made our skin feel lovely. It was incredibly windy in Iceland the day we went and the lagoon was probably the best place to be to hide from it without staying in our hotel! We went to the Sky Lagoon earlier in our trip and these are very different experiences. It’s difficult to decide which of the two is best, but I think I would go for the Blue Lagoon over the Sky Lagoon as it didn’t feel as crowded and we could go at our own pace. Sky Lagoon felt more crowded (an insane queue for the 7 steps as well), there were drinks glasses abandoned everywhere in the lagoon, and we felt more comfortable in the Blue Lagoon.
4 days ago
Léon W.
This was our first time in Iceland, and we didn't feel we could visit without experiencing a natural thermal pool. It's a very expensive experience, but we felt it was well worth it, as we spent roughly 3 very relaxed hours enjoying the pool and it's facilities. I'm not sure I'd have enjoyed it so much when our children were very young, as it's not really designed to entertain young children, so you'd probably find yourself leaving much sooner (which would be galling after paying so much), but for adults and older teenagers, this is an experience worth taking.
11 days ago
Thierry K.
I had heard mixed reviews as of course the Blue lagoon is a very touristy place to visit however I’m glad I went ahead with it and visited it as it is wonderful. I would definitely recommend going on a weekday as it’s probably less crowded than on a weekend. We were almost on our own and had the most relaxing time in the hot water! Be mindful not to dip your hair in the water much as it dries it a lot! (And this isn’t something you are made aware of..!)
15 days ago
Robert K.
We had the trip starting at 1pm on a Tuesday. Everything went very smoothly. We brought our own swimming suits, flip flop shoes and waterproof bag for the phone. The bus was easy to find in the BSI terminal ”back yard”, the lines at BL were quite short, bracelet easy to use, ladies’ showers were separate stalls and the place itself absolutely amazing. We had the comfort package which included one free drink and the white silica face mask. Loved every minute in the warm waters and tested the sauna as well. 2 hours was enough for us, the clouds and light rain did not matter.
16 days ago
Michel R.
Slick operation and smart set-up. Everyone gets issued with a coloured wristband depending on the package you bought - right on arrival. This wristband also operates your locker (don’t forget the number)and indicates which facepack you get offered once in the lagoon and the entitlement to a drink in the lagoon bar area.. I found the lack of benches/cubicles for changing a failing and on the comfort(basic) package you won’t be issued with a towel until you come out of the water (which makes you feel quite exposed to the elements until you are immersed in the water) The more expensive package entitles you to a robe and slippers(still not worth the extra cost). The water is cloudy, lovely and warm but only about waist high. The space is immense and it was a relaxing experience. It didn’t feel quite as natural as I hoped. A lot more Center Parks than nature bath.
16 days ago
Alex W.
The trip was amazing. Transfers were perfect. I went to the information desk inside the BSI and they were fantastic on advising me how it worked. Only thing I felt lacking was the information on the ticket. Didn’t say how to get on the transfer what company transfer we needed to get on and how we get back and how that worked.
20 days ago
Benoît K.
My wife and I planned our event to pamper ourselves after a day of exploring some of the lava tubes. Our earlier tour ended earlier than expected but we were accommodated by the ground transportation in getting to the lagoon early. Once at the lagoon, we had to wait a little bit but were still able to start our session before the scheduled start time. The lagoon is very relaxing but we were a bit surprised by the presence of small children (estimate the youngest we saw was about 3-4 years old).
23 days ago
Niceto R.
Though it may seem a bit expensive before going, it is well worth a visit to the blue lagoons if you’re in Reykjavik. The experience is one in a life time and the place itself is amazing so it is worth splurging. The views are amazing on the walk around the lagoon and in the lagoon too.
25 days ago
Franck W.
Good, tour as advertised and blue lagoon was as expected, was happy I went. The only negative was the staff, they were unusually unfriendly on this tour, both at the Reykjavik Excursions desk at the BSI and then at the Blue Lagoon reception. Perhaps just an off day so that shouldn’t put you off.
26 days ago
Fabien R.
Really easy bus transfer to and from Blue Lagoon. BSI Terminal is about a 18 min walk from Ingólfur Arnarson statue. You probably don't need to purchase the Premium ticket - comfort is just fine (unless you want extra masks and champagne at the Lava Restaurant). The Blue Lagoon no longer supplies slippers for Premium ticket holders for eco-conscious reasons.
about 1 month ago
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