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Reykjanes Peninsula Wellness & spas

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From Reykjavík: Merdalir Volcano and Blue Lagoon Day Trip

1. From Reykjavík: Merdalir Volcano and Blue Lagoon Day Trip

Enjoy the mountain views at Lake Kleifarvatn and hike to Fagradalsfjall volcano on this day trip from Reykjavík. Have the option to select pickup and drop-off. Unwind after your hike with a soak in the Blue Lagoon and a complimentary drink. Start your adventure with a pickup in Reykjavík and head towards the Reykanes Peninsula. Peer out of the window to a landscape of mossy-covered lava fields, geothermal fields, fishing villages, breathtaking coastal features, and mountain lakes. Explore hot springs and the black basalt beach of Lake Kleifarvatn. Hike to the eruption sites at Fagradalsfjall and Merdalir Volcanoes in Geldingadalur valley. Witness newly formed green lava descending from the volcano into old lava moss and rocks. End your day by relaxing in the Blue Lagoon. Let the warm healing geothermal waters soften your muscles and soul after your volcanic experience.

From Reykjavik: Volcano Hike and Sky Lagoon Visit

2. From Reykjavik: Volcano Hike and Sky Lagoon Visit

Leave Reykjavik behind and set off for an exciting hike up an active volcano on this daytime tour. See the Geldingadalur Volcano which last erupted in 2021 and Meradalir Volcano which last erupted in August 2022. Explore the volcanic landscape before relaxing in warm geothermal waters. Depart from Reykjavik City Center and begin the journey by admiring boiling mud pools and colorful landscape at Seltún Geothermal area. Travel to the start of the hiking route and hike the most convenient way to witness the newly formed lava field. After the hike to the Volcano, head to the bridge between continents, where you get the chance to walk between the Eurasian tectonic plate and the North American tectonic plate. After an exciting day exploring the volcanic wonders of Reykjanes Peninsula travel back to Reykjavik to relax in the warm geothermal waters of the Sky Lagoon, admire the ocean views from their infinity pool, and experience the included 7-Step Spa Ritual.

From Reykjavik: Reykjanes Geopark Small-Group Tour

3. From Reykjavik: Reykjanes Geopark Small-Group Tour

Discover Iceland's "melting pot" where geothermal energy, seismic activity, and tectonic movements can all be found on this small-group half-day tour. After being picked up in downtown Reykjavík, travel by minibus to the peninsula. Before long, the beautiful Kleifarvatn and Graenavatn lakes will appear in front of you. Have your cameras ready to frame the unique beauty of these Icelandic scenes, both here and when you arrive at the Krysuvik geothermal area. Visit Reykjanesviti lighthouse where you can spot various bird species or simply enjoy the Atlantic ocean.  The tour is perfect if you want to experience the rugged beauty of Iceland before boarding your flight. The bus will be make an optional drop-off at Keflavik International Airport as well as the Blue Lagoon. Expect to return to Reykjavik by around 3:30 PM.

Geldingadalir Volcano Hike & Blue Lagoon Comfort Ticket

4. Geldingadalir Volcano Hike & Blue Lagoon Comfort Ticket

In the first half of this experience, take guided tour to the volcanic eruption in Geldingadalir, known as Fagradalsfjall Volcano. With the first eruption in the Reykjanes Peninsula in about 800 years currently taking place this sight provides a unique opportunity to study the geologic mysteries of the region. The volcano was erupting for a period of 6 months and leaves a dramatic new lava field. Reykjanes Geopark offers dramatic views everywhere you look with endless ancient lava fields, the roaring Atlantic Ocean, colorful geothermal areas, and beautiful mountain views. After a hike around the volcano and sightseeing, you can enter the world famous Blue Lagoon with a comfort admission package, and immerse yourself in the milky-blue geothermal seawaters. Included in the comfort package is entrance, a silica mud mask, use of a towel and a drink of your choice. Don't miss out on this once in a lifetime experience to witness the newly formed crater in Geldingadalir and the Volcanic Wonders of Reykjanes Geopark, as well as a visit to one of the most relaxing wonders of the world.

From Reykjavik: ATV Ride and Blue Lagoon Tour with Transfer

5. From Reykjavik: ATV Ride and Blue Lagoon Tour with Transfer

Connect with the awe-striking natural landscapes of Iceland on this excursion from Reykjavik. Get your heart pumping with an ATV tour through the mountains and soak in the thermal waters of the Blue Lagoon. Indulge in a cleansing silica mask and a drink at the in-water bar.  Be picked up near your accommodation in downtown Reykjavik and relax on the drive to the ATV base camp. Get suited up with a helmet, gloves, and a ski mask. Listen to a short tutorial on driving the ATV before hitting the road and you're ready for your adventure. Feel your heart racing as you drive by stunning destinations like Hafrawater Lake and Reykjavik Peak. Take in sweeping views of the city of Reykjavik, Faxaflói Bay, and the Reykjanes Peninsula. Afterward, hop aboard a spacious bus for the transfer to the Blue Lagoon.  Melt away your stress with a dip in the world-famous thermal baths, nestled in the lava fields of the Reykjanes Peninsula. Treat your skin to a silica mask and sip on a drink at the bar. Stay as long as you like, with several scheduled buses traveling back to Reykjavik. 

From Reykjavik: Private Reykjanes Peninsula & Blue Lagoon

6. From Reykjavik: Private Reykjanes Peninsula & Blue Lagoon

Experience the Reykjanes Peninsula on a guided day tour and explore the natural beauty of the area in one day. Leave Reykjavik and travel to geothermal springs, a fishing village, and sea cliffs with an optional Blue Lagoon Spa trip. Start the trip with pickup in Reykjavik, and travel approximately 30 minutes to Kleifarvatn, a remarkable and beautiful geothermal area. Snap some beautiful photos driving along the lake and up to Seltun, another geothermal area. Admire the steam and mud hot springs and a hot stream at Seltun, before continuing west on Reykjaneshraun to arrive at the fishing town of Grindavík. Visit the bridge between continents, Reykjanes town, and the sea cliffs, and stop at Gunnuhver, another geothermal area. The last stop, if you choose the option, is the Blue Lagoon Spa, where you can relax and unwind.

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What people are saying about Reykjanes Peninsula

This was an excellent Day Trip. Our guide was able; competent as a walk leader and very informative on a wide range of topics such as flora, fauna, geomorphology etc. The pace set was well balanced and suited our abilities so that we all enjoyed the day and had enough to challenge us. Appropriate safety precautions were in place, such as spare crampons and walking poles and we had plenty of comfort stops to ensure that our physical needs were met. The Blue Lagoon was a great place to rest, relax and enjoy the natural hot spring in the outdoors. The company was lovely and everyone participated and engaged with the day.

We went on the volcano tour and Blue Lagoon excursion with HBO. Despite challenging weather conditions at the volcano, HBO made the hike exciting and safe. He is clearly very knowledgeable and shared a lot of the history and science about the various volcanoes in Iceland. He is friendly and energetic - one of our favorite guides on our trip!

The guided walk into the lava fields was spectacular in every sense. The guide was informative and helpful during the walk and bus trip. Our experience included a stay at the blue lagoon, which was a perfect end to the day. Highly recommend this to anyone who is wanting to get out of the city and explore southern part of Iceland.

The hike was exhilarating and the guide was great: he clearly enjoys his work! The deep, fresh snow made everything beautiful. My family found the Blue Lagoon to be the perfect way to rest after so much exercise in the cold and wind.

Great hike, recommend you seriously follow the instructions provided by the organizer. Saw a few folks not dressed properly and that adds to a negative experience. Bring cleats if you have them as it will help, but not neccessary.