240 Grindavík, Iceland
The rejuvenating, relaxing geothermal waters of Blue Lagoon, Iceland are among the top spa destinations in the world. And the view here is amazing.
Waters at the Blue Lagoon stay around 100F, and naturally renew themselves every 40 hours. The water is just 4.5 feet / 1.4 meters at the deepest point.
Located 30 miles / 47 km southwest of Reyjavik, the Blue Lagoon is supported by an on-site spa, hotel, and restaurant to supplement the experience.
Upon arrival, visitors are equipped with a wristband, which works like a locker key and credit card. Very handy for keeping track of your things, and buying drinks while in the water.
There are a few things to keep in mind while visiting Blue Lagoon, such as staying hydrated, removing jewelry, and proper use of conditioner. A video with the best tips can be found here: YouTube guide to visiting Blue Lagoon
Note that the staff supporting the Blue Lagoon are known for keeping an incredibly clean facility. Pre-booking is required.
Photo Credit: Blue Lagoon, Iceland.
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