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  • Gianna Rotunno

    Reykjavik, Iceland hot springs

  • Kaeja Dominguez

    One of my favorite places in Iceland! Blue Lagoon, Iceland

  • Sabrina D.

    Seven Things to Do in Iceland | Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

  • Dorit Lynn

    Add this to the bucket list: Iceland’s most famous geothermal pool is the country’s top tourist attraction. It might be crowded and expensive but there’s nothing like it in the world. This huge, milky-blue spa is fed by mineral-rich heated seawater from the nearby geothermal plant. Add the silvery towers of the plant, rolling clouds of steam, and people covered in white mud, and you’ll think you are in the twilight zone — in a good way.

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Blue Lagoon near Reykjavik, Iceland. Warm water with minerals that heal and rejuvenate.

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  • Sally-Ann Hopkins

    I have been and yes it really is that foggy as it is full silica which can only be equated to walking on soft ice cream. It is 40 degrees whilst air temp is -10 degrees. Truly stunning. Iceland is amazing.

  • Sally-Ann Hopkins

    This pic does the place no justice. Just type it into google to be blown away. Also there is a version in Malta which is a bay where the sea is crystal clear. Thats awesome too.

  • Emily Crowder

    So Sally would you be able to swim?

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The Blue Lagoon in Iceland - officially on the list

Beautiful sunrise in the Blue Lagoon in Iceland places-id-like-to-go

The Blue Lagoon in Reykjavik, Iceland is a naturally heated pool of mineral-rich seawater that’s usually anywhere btw 98-102 degrees. Visitors can slather themselves in white, silica-based mud and soak while taking in the views of the lava field it’s located in.

Extreme Northern Lights: Head straight to the Blue Lagoon, where you can relax after your flight. Iceland