Blue Lagoon | Iceland


The Blue Lagoon Iceland is probably the most well known attraction in Iceland and I would be lying if I said I didn't visit Iceland mainly to visit it. The Blue Lagoon is located in southern Iceland is made from geothermal seawater. The Blue Lagoon is considered one of the wonders of the world and I can see why. It was like spending the day at a spa.

Before entering the Lagoon:
1. You get given a wrist band to get your own locker.
2. There is a machine where you can set your own locker and a couple of private changing rooms available for use. 
3. Once you are changed and ready you will need to shower before entering the lagoon. 
4. There are several private showers and products provided for your use. 
5. Now you're ready to get in the lagoon. 


Outside there is plenty of room to hang up your towel or robe and take off your flip flops ready to get in the blue lagoon. It may look busy be I was able to find a couple of spots to hang my towel and found that by hanging my flip flop on top of it made it easily find where I had left it.  

To avoid the cold whilst getting into the lagoon you can simply get in the water inside and walk down a slope and go through a door to get out. I chose to do this as I visited in winter and I couldn't bear the thought of going out in the freezing cold in my swimwear. 



Inside the Lagoon you can find a map of all the different areas. I couldn't believe how big it was! 



You can walk around outside if you wish to and see more of the lagoon on foot. You can also get in at different areas with various slopes and steps around. There are bridges which you can walk over or swim under. 




You can find useful facts around the lagoon like this one. 


The lagoon building is quite a contrast to its surroundings with its modern exterior and sleek metal and glass frame.
Inside it is actually quite bright and open with seats where you can sit and enjoy the view in the warm.



Honestly a once in a lifetime experience that you won't forget.

I definitely recommend you visiting if you find yourself in Iceland and I hope you enjoy your visit as mush as I did.

Love Megan x

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