Blue Lagoon Tours
Experience the Blue Lagoon with Reykjavik Excursions
We will help you make the most of your Blue Lagoon visit.
The Blue Lagoon is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Iceland. This milky-blue geothermal spa is located right between Keflavík Airport and Reykjavík City, which makes it a perfect spot to visit on any Iceland adventures, even if it is only for a short layover. Do you wish to learn more about what makes the Blue Lagoon so unique? Read our complete guide to the Blue Lagoon.
Reykjavik Excursions can help you with finding the perfect tour or transport option, tailored to your needs. We offer various options if you wish to add a visit to the Blue Lagoon to your airport transfer from Keflavik. Also if you wish to combine one of our popular day tours with the Blue Lagoon, we got you covered. See below the numerous Blue Lagoon tours and packages offered by Reykjavik Excursions, with extra options to please every traveller.
Blue Lagoon Tours
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Blue Lagoon Transfer Schedule
Reykjavik Excursions offers great flexibility in Blue Lagoon tours. You can board the bus at BSÍ Bus Terminal in downtown Reykjavík, enjoy all that the Blue Lagoon has to offer, and catch a ride back to Reykjavík when you're done.
Schedule valid until 31st of May 2023
Schedule valid from 1st of June, 2023
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Relax and Enjoy!
Surrounded by a mossy green lava field, the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is a truly otherworldly experience. The lagoon is indeed blue with a floor covered in silica mud, which is incredibly healing and soothing for the skin. What was originally a pool of wastewater from a geothermal plant, soon became a national hit as Icelanders started bathing in the water and applying the wholesome mud. Now a luxurious spa, the Blue Lagoon is a glorious destination that still retains its beautiful natural atmosphere and surroundings. Treat your senses to unforgettable moments in the Blue Lagoon and let your mind and body rejoice in this relaxed and wholesome setting.
Generally, the Blue Lagoon is open all day. Opening hours do vary by season, based on weather and sunset, and are as follows:
January-May from 09:00-21:00 June from 08:00-22:00 July-August from 08:00-23:00 September from 08:00-22:00 October-December from 08:00-21:00
Dining at the Blue Lagoon
The Blue Lagoon has a variety of dining options. Moss Restaurant is perhaps the most refined and was recommended by the 2020 Michelin Guide. It offers stunning views of the volcanic horizon and has set menus based on the finest and freshest local ingredients.
Lava Restaurant is another option, showcasing the savoury highlights of Icelandic cousine with a la carte lunch and dinner menu.
Finally, the Spa Restaurant is a place to unwind and relax that extends the spa experience. Feel free to dine in your robe if you like. No reservations are necessary at Spa Restaurant.
Do you wish to learn more? Check out our complete guide to the Blue Lagoon.
Frequently Asked Questions about the Blue Lagoon
The Blue Lagoon is located right in between Reykjavík and the Keflavík International Airport. It takes approximately 45 minutes to get there from Reykjavík and the bus ride from Keflavík Airport takes 20 minutes.
The official address is: Norðurljósavegur 9, 240 Grindavík, Iceland GPS Coordinates: 63.8804° N, 22.4495° W
If you booked directly through Reykjavik Excursions, either online or at a sales office, you can always change your booking. Just make sure you do it in time, so pick up information can be changed. To change your booking contact us via e-mail, email@example.com or by phoning (+354) 580 5400. Please have all the necessary information at hand, including your confirmation letter.
If you booked through another travel agency you have to make the changes through that agency and follow the terms set by them.
You can expect up to 24 hours to pass before receiving a confirmation via email.
Try looking in your email's 'Trash' or 'Junk' folder. Sometimes confirmation emails can get misplaced by your email server and do not reach your inbox.
If more than 24 hours have passed, or if you booked a tour with a short notice, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you. Please provide a phone number where you can be reached.
Reykjavik Excursions offers pick up at designated bus stops, and selected hotels, guesthouses and hostels at an extra cost. Pick up starts 30 minutes before departure and passengers are requested to be ready in time at your pick up location. Passengers are responsible for being ready and visible for their pick up. If passengers miss their Reykjavik Excursions pick up they need to arrive at BSÍ Bus Terminal in time for their tour´s departure at their own cost.
Attention passengers staying in hotels and guesthouses in the restricted area in the city centre need to go to the nearest bus pick up spot. For more information on pick up locations refer to our pick up location page. The pick up is operated by smaller and bigger coaches throughout the city, dictated by accessibility.
Drop off starts after indicated arrival time. Please note that drop off locations may not be directly in front of your hotel or guesthouse dictated by actual conditions (e.g. narrow streets, coach size, roadworks, etc.). Those staying in hotels and guesthouses in the restricted area in the city centre will be dropped off at the same place they were picked up from.
Pick up and drop off for day tours operated by subcontractors may vary, please refer to each tour.
Here are the basic items we recommend bringing with you when visiting the Blue Lagoon:
- Toiletries, hair brush, deodorant
- Sandals or water shoes
- Waterproof bag for your items