Golden Circle and Secret Lagoon Tour

Golden Circle and Secret Lagoon Tour

Combining the Golden Circle and Secret Lagoon, this breathtaking tour takes you on a wondrous journey through Iceland’s staggeringly raw beauty and ends with the ultimate Icelandic indulgence: a luxurious soak in a geothermal pool under the open sky. Go on a journey that brings you the experiences of walking among geologic marvels, witnessing an erupting hot spring, discovering a magnificent waterfall and unwinding in an outdoor geothermal pool.

TT43 Map

TT43 Map

AVAILABLE:
All year

DURATION:
10 hours

DEPARTURES:
Daily

DEPARTURE TIME(S):
08:00

TOUR ID:
TT43

Included

    Professional guide
    Entrance fee to Secret Lagoon
    Pick-up and drop-off from accommodations and special Tour Bus Stops in central Reykjavik

Not Included

    Meals
    Towel and swimsuit

Itinerary

 

Žingvellir National Park is located in a rift valley where the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates meet. It is a site of great historical, geological and cultural significance and has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. Žingvellir is the birthplace of the Althing Iceland’s parliament founded in 930 AD where the nation’s most powerful leaders would meet to decide on legislation and carry out brutal Viking age justice.
The tour continues across an area of picturesque scenery to the mighty Gullfoss waterfall. Once there, you can take several paths around the two tiers of cascading water to explore several vantage points. Extra time is allotted at this location for a lunch break at Gullfoss Café where food is available for purchase.
Next up is the home of “The Great Geysir” hot spring, which all geysers are named after. This area is an impressive collage of bubbling mud pools, hissing steam vents, and colourful algae deposits. Strokkur geyser puts on quite the show every few minutes blasting boiling water high up into the air.
Just off the Golden Circle is the Secret Lagoon, a spring-fed pool located near the charming village of Flśšir in South Iceland. Mineral rich geothermal waters from nearby hot springs stay at a steady temperature of 38° to 40°C, making the Secret Lagoon’s water perfect for bathing and relaxation. Over the years, the Secret Lagoon, or Gamla Laugin as it was referred to by the villagers, has been part of the local culture that is keeping alive the uniquely authentic experience of Icelandic open-air geothermal bathing. The Secret Lagoon offers neat and clean locker rooms, showers and changing facilities, as well as a small bar and dining area. Boardwalks and footpaths surround the pool enable guests to explore the small hot springs and other geothermal features in the immediate area. After 2 hours of enjoying the Secret Lagoon’s miraculous waters we return to Reykjavķk, rejuvenated and refreshed.

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There is no food included on this tour but there will be stops where you are able to purchase food.

Pick up can take up to 30 minutes starting from the time on your ticket. We collect our passengers with several minibuses, so please be aware that you may need to change busses at a meeting point before the tour begins!

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