10 Natural Wonders in Iceland That Will Take Your Breath Away
The Nordic island of Iceland has become an incredibly popular place to travel in recent years. If you haven't gotten a chance to visit the country's spectacular nature, now is the time. Check out the country's awe-inspiring locations.
6 Things You Need to Know before Going to Iceland's Blue Lagoon
6 Things you should know before visiting Iceland's Blue Lagoon. If you ask anyone what to do in Iceland, I guarantee the first thing they'll say is to take a trip to the Blue Lagoon. Just a short drive outside of Reykjavik, the Blue Lagoon is a great, easy day trip from the city, but there are a few things you should know while planning your trip.
Easily the most photographed site in all of Iceland, The Blue Lagoon is perhaps the most supernatural looking body of water on Earth. The water in the lagoon is anything but frosty. The temperature averages about 104F and the soothing, mineral-rich water is rumored to have curative powers.
For travelers visiting Iceland, the Blue Lagoon is high on almost everyone’s bucket list. It’s warm, milky blue water and otherworldly appearance is like something out of a dream. On my last trip to Iceland, I took the day to relax and play around in the lagoon, and it was magical! While the silica and sulphur in the water of the Blue Lagoon are amazing for your skin, beware. The geothermal water can have negative effects on hair, especially for women!