Reykjavik, Reykjanes and Blue Lagoon


Blue lagoon spa is the most popular spa in Iceland
Blue lagoon spa is one of the most popular places to visit in Iceland.

We depart Reykjavík for the official residence of the President of Iceland, travelling through the ‘town in the lava’. From here, we join the south coast road, where you will have the opportunity to see a geothermal area, crater lake and eight-hundred-year-old lava field.

We continue on to the town of Grindavik, to take a closer look at the harbor and old part of the town. After, we stop for around two hours, allowing time for a thermal bath, at the highly-acclaimed Blue Lagoon Spa.

Please note: Due to the recent but not dangerous volcanic activity near the Blue lagoon and Grindavik we may need to alter the route.

Once showered and changed, we continue the south coast road to the Reykjanes Peninsula lighthouse, lava fields and geothermal power station, before making a stop at the Bridge between two continents. This is a symbolic bridge between the American continent and the Europe Asia continent.

Later in the day, we make a stop at the Viking ship ‘Íslendingur’ and Smithsonian Institute Viking exhibition. ‘Íslendingur’ is the name of the Viking Ship replica, which sailed from Iceland to Greenland, and from Greenland to Canada and New York in 2000. The journey was made to commemorate the one-thousand year anniversary of Christianity in Iceland.

  • 8 hours
  • US$ 1700 (1-4 persons)
  • US$ 1800 (5-6 persons)
  • US$ 2100 (7-19 persons)
  • Excludes US$ 100 entrance fee to the swimming part of the Blue Lagoon
  • Excludes the entrance fee to the Viking exhibition

Please ask if there’s more than 19 in your group.


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