Iceland Secret Lagoon Admission Ticket
- Valid: 1 day
Originally built in 1891, the ‘Gamla Laugin’ is Iceland’s first swimming pool. Spend time in this relaxing setting feeling your worries slip away. A natural hot spring feeds the lagoon with 38-39°C water that bubbles up from deep within the earth at a rate of 10 litres per second, constantly replenishing itself so that there is a steady supply of fresh clean water in the pool at any given time, letting you rest as long as you need. Enjoy brand new facilities at the Secret Lagoon including changing rooms, showers, resting rooms, bar and restaurant area. Situated in a remote location in Fluðir, the Secret Lagoon is just an hour away from Geysir, 1 hour and 20 minutes from Reykjavik and 2 hours from Vik making it a great desination on your trip to Iceland.
The Secret Lagoon is delightful resting 'activity' to add to your adventure travels in Iceland. We had been horse-back riding and hiking a whole lot and felt a bit tired and sore. Floating in the lagoon was just the perfect cure for that! It seemed like a much less formal and sophisticated version of the Blue lagoon, which we also visited, and I liked it all the more for that. Definitely worth visiting!
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The movie starts with an historic overview of eruptions in Iceland and then goes through the latest eruptions in Iceland. Only footage in the highest possible quality is used, shot in 4K or better. There is no voice over - only video and sound, presenting a story that will leave you breathless due to the forces of Icelandic nature. The movie starts with a short overview of the eruptions in Iceland, starting with the Katla eruption in 1918, Hekla in 1947, Askja in 1961, Surtsey in 1963, the Westman Islands in 1973, Krafla in 1975, and many more. Finally, you will learn about 2010 and the Fimmvörðuháls eruption followed by Ejafjallajökull that blocked all air traffic. You will also find out about the Grímsvötn eruption in 2011 and Holuhraun in 2014-2015. You will leave with a better understandign of the magnitude of these eruptions and and what effects it has on the inhabitants of this r...
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Really nice and relaxing, great way to spend the end of a day of trekking. Its quaint and quite as it's not packed so there is room to move about. Only non positive note is I feel the showers should be in cubicles or curtains, it's very exposed but otherwise a fantastic experience I would definately recommend to everyone
Had a great time swimming in a hot area that you are allowed to swim in loved the location out in the mountains, so much value for your money well worth the visit
We didn't make it to the blue lagoon unfortunately as we arrived back from the golden circle pretty late and was an hours drive away maybe next time x
Everything was well-organized, nice and tidy, vigilant lifeguard, beautiful landscape around.
Sarah was incredible and told us a lot of interesting facts about glaciers and Iceland!