Best Blue Lagoon Tours in Iceland

People enjoying a A sunny and relaxing day at the Blue Lagoon, Iceland

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If you plan to visit the Blue Lagoon in Iceland, you should know that there are great tours that combine a visit to the Blue Lagoon with other Icelandic attractions. Read more about Blue Lagoon tours in Iceland—you can compare tour length and pricing and book online. Most of these tours depart daily and offer free pick up from hotels in Reykjavik.

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Blue Lagoon Tours

Woman enjoying the waters at the Blue Lagoon in Iceland.
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Duration: 3 hours

Blue Lagoon is an ideal way to unwind after a busy day of sightseeing. Enjoy a rejuvenating spa at this geothermal hot spring. The warm and mineral-rich water will warm you up. This tour provides you with an entry ticket, so you are guaranteed entry. You can choose between Comfort or Premium packages, both of which allow you to add on transfers.

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Golden Circle and the Blue Lagoon Private Day Tour from Reykjavik

Iceland's rugged terrain and natural wilderness beauty. Gullfoss waterfall in Iceland is a internationally famous landmark, located on the Golden Circle.
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Duration: 8 hours

This tour starts with a hassle-free pickup from your hotel. The first stop at this daylong private tour is Thingvellir National Park and moves on to the Golden Circle. From there, head to the Gullfoss Waterfall and the geothermal Krysuvik area. The end of the tour takes place at the Blue Lagoon, and then you're returned back to your hotel.

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Golden Circle, Kerid Volcanic Crater, and Blue Lagoon Day Trip from Reykjavik

Landscape near the Thingvellir National Park in Iceland, famous for the rift valley resulting from tectonic plates motion. This is one of the many nature attraction of the Golden Circle, a popular day trip from Reykjavik.
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Duration: 11 hours

This daylong tour begins in Reykjavik and covers the Golden Circle, Kerid Crater, and Blue Lagoon. You also get to walk across tectonic plates in Thingvellir National Park, visit the Gullfoss Waterfall, and check out the Geysir geothermal area. Finish the tour at Blue Lagoon, but keep in mind that you have to pay your own way into the water.

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Reykjanes Peninsula and the Blue Lagoon

View of Reykjanes Lighthouse (Reykjanesviti), Iceland's oldest lighthouse.
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Duration: 8 hours

Spend a day exploring the Reykjanes Peninsula, which is an UNESCO-listed geopark found in Iceland's southwest. A guide will show you the famous Reykjanes Lighthouse, the bridge between continents, and other popular sites. After exploring the area, you relax at the Blue Lagoon.

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Reykjavik and the Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon in Iceland
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Duration: 6 hours

This is a great guided tour that gives you a little bit of everything while not overloading your senses. Take a stroll in the city, and then the bus of this guided tour takes you to the Blue Lagoon for a nice break from everything else. If you like being both educated and pampered, this tour is for you.

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Private Blue Lagoon & Airport Transfer

People enjoying the water at the Blue Lagoon, Southern Peninsula, Iceland
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Duration: Flexible

This tour is excellent if you want private transportation between the city to the Blue Lagoon. Emphasizing on the relaxation highlight of Iceland, this tour excludes all distraction and instead offers a direct trip from Iceland's capital to the Blue Lagoon and back. The bus picks you up from hotels and guesthouses in the Reykjavik city area or the airport and ends with a drop-off to your accommodations or the airport. (Make sure to indicate your hotel details when booking.)

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