Let your body slide into the Reykjavik Sky Lagoon's geothermal waters to enjoy the much-need relaxation along with gorgeous views in the backdrop. We bet you'll be intoxicated by it. The North Atlantic stretches into the distance during the sunset - that's when things really turn magical. With Reykjavik Sky Lagoon tickets, let your touring cares evaporate. This is a time to stop, take stock and think about all you have experienced so far or will do. Sky Lagoon Reykjavik trip will let you enjoy some spa rituals, appreciate the scenery, and relax your body. Rest, recuperate, and you'll be ready for your next Iceland adventure.
The word geothermal comes from the Greek words for earth (geo) and heat (thermos). Geothermal energy was first used some 2000 years ago by the Chinese. You'll find plenty of volcanoes, oh, and hot springs in Iceland. In fact, 87% of the country's homes are heated using geothermal energy.
If you want to watch the sun setting, then the evening is your best time. It is less crowded and you might be lucky to catch some other natural phenomena. Although there is no guarantee of that. That also means heading to Iceland during the winter months, so wrap up warm!
You'll find that most tours will offer hotel pick-up or a transfer from a central location. Check your tour for full details and return bus timings.
You can spot key Icelandic landmarks from Sky Lagoon including Keilir, Fagradalsfjall, Bessastaðir, and Snæfellsjökull glacier.
The temperature of Sky Lagoon is approximately 37 to 40 degrees Celsius. It is recommended to stay for 1.5 to 2 hours in the lagoon.
There are private as well as shared showers in the changing rooms. Towels are provided free of cost.
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