Keflavík International Airport to Blue Lagoon

One of the most beautiful wonders in the world, Blue Lagoon is the epitome of scenic beauty, pleasing ambiance, opulence, and indulgence. Its clear blue water is not only divine but is full of minerals that work magic for the skin. The scenery of azure water amidst the black lava fields and creeping grey moss is awe-strikingly beautiful and makes you fall in love with the surroundings.

The Blue Lagoon is located on the Reykjanes Peninsula and attracts tourists from across the world for its extremely wonderful skin-nourishing hot spring water and spas. The average temperature of its mystical water also remains at 39°C (102°F) all year round, offering a proper bathing environment. Although the Blue Lagoon is amongst the world’s 10 best natural spas, in reality, it is a man-made wonder that is not natural and was formed in 1976 close to Svartsengi geothermal power plant. The water of the lagoon is completely clean, free from harmful chemicals, and is rich in natural minerals and silica that are highly beneficial for people suffering from skin ailments like Psoriasis.

Another high point of the lagoon is that the water continually streams into the lagoon and gets renewed in 48 hours, making it completely clean. Nestled in the Reykjanes UNESCO Geopark, Blue Lagoon is close to the Keflavík International Airport and Reykjavík city center. It is advisable to book the Blue Lagoon package in advance as it is a hot favorite destination amongst tourists and allows only a limited number of visitors at a time. A café, restaurant, hotel, walking paths, tiny bridges, saunas, and a store selling Blue Lagoon’s luxury skin products are other highlights of this majestic lagoon.