Small Group Golden Circle and Blue Lagoon Tour with Admission Included
Join us for the ultimate treat on our Small Group Golden Circle and Blue Lagoon Tour with Admission Included. Led by one of our experienced driver guides in a fully-equipped premium minibus, we’ll take you on an exciting day trip to see Iceland’s most beautiful scenery, starting with the major highlights on the Golden Circle Route.
This tour includes admission to the world-famous Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa renowned for its restorative properties. Along the way, we’ll visit Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that’s home to the first parliament in the world, established in 930 AD. Experience walking between two continents and marvel at the unique geothermal activity at the Geysir Geothermal Area. We’ll also stop at the mighty Gullfoss waterfall, and the Kerið volcanic crater lake. Where you can see striking contrasts between maroon, black, and mossy green colors down the slope, and turquoise water filled the crater. The highlight of the day is getting to enjoy the therapeutic geothermal water at the Blue Lagoon, making this tour an experience you’ll never forget. Find more details on Small Group Golden Circle and Blue Lagoon Tour with Admission Included below
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- Þingvellir National Park
- Geysir geothermal area
- Gullfoss waterfall
- Kerið volcanic crater (entrance fee included)
- Blue Lagoon (Comfort Admission Ticket included)
- Small group experience
- Small-group tour
- Admission to the Kerid Volcanic Crater
- Professional guide
- Wi-Fi on the bus
- Comfort Admission ticket to Blue Lagoon, including:
- - use of towel
- - silica mud mask
- - 1st drink of your choice
Thingvellir National Park
Thingvellir National Park is the first stop on the Small Group Golden Circle and Blue Lagoon Tour with Admission Included, and for good reason. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the location of the world’s first parliament, this historic and geological location offers visitors a fascinating glimpse into Iceland’s past. One of the park’s unique experiences is the opportunity to walk between two continents, as Thingvellir is situated on the boundary between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. The area is also home to stunning landscapes, including a rift valley, a lake, and lava fields. With its rich history and natural beauty, Thingvellir National Park is a must-visit destination in Iceland.
Geysir Geothermal Area
Certainly! Thes the second stop on the Small Group Golden Circle and Blue Lagoon Tour with Admission Included, and it is a natural wonder that shouldnot be missed. This region is particularly active with geothermal energy, which propels steamy hot springs up into the air. The most prominent attraction in this area is the Strokkur geyser, which spouts steaming water as high as 30 meters into the air every few minutes. You can also see smaller steam vents, bubbling mud pits, and other geothermal features in the area. The Geysir Geothermal Area is a unique and awe-inspiring destination that is sure to leave a lasting impression on anyone who visits.
Gullfoss Waterfall is the third destination on the Small Group Golden Circle and Blue Lagoon Tour with Admission Included. This unique waterfall is one of the most beautiful in Iceland and attracts visitors from around the world. Also known as the “Golden Falls”, Gullfoss is located on the Hvítá river and drops in two stages, creating a dramatic and stunning display of water cascading down into a deep gorge. Visitors can enjoy spectacular views of the falls from various vantage points, and there are well-maintained paths that provide safe access to the area. A trip to Iceland isn’t complete without a visit to Gullfoss, and this tour provides the perfect opportunity to experience it firsthand.
Kerið Volcanic Crater Lake
Kerið Volcanic Crater Lake is the fourth destination. This stunning and unique geological feature is a volcanic crater lake located near the town of Selfoss in southern Iceland. The crater is approximately 55 meters deep and 170 meters wide, and is filled with a strikingly bright blue-green lake that contrasts beautifully with the surrounding red volcanic rock. Visitors are able to walk around the edge of the crater and take in the breathtaking views of the lake and its surroundings. This stop is a great way to experience one of Iceland’s most stunning natural wonders before heading back to Reykjavik or continuing on to other destinations.
Blue Lagoon is the fifth and final stop on the Small Group Golden Circle and Blue Lagoon Tour with Admission Included. Located in a lava field in Grindavik on the Reykjanes Peninsula, this geothermal spa is one of Iceland’s most popular attractions. The milky blue waters of the lagoon are rich in minerals and believed to have healing properties that can soothe and rejuvenate the skin. Visitors can relax in the warm waters, which are heated by a nearby geothermal power plant, and enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding lava fields. The site also includes a spa, a sauna, and steam rooms, allowing visitors to fully indulge in luxury and relaxation. Admission to the Blue Lagoon is included in the tour, giving visitors a chance to soak in the warm waters and experience the ultimate in relaxation and rejuvenation.
What do I need to bring
- Dress warmly and wear comfortable, sturdy shoes suitable for walking.
- Don’t forget to bring a swimsuit for the Blue Lagoon! If you don’t have one, you can rent one at the Blue Lagoon for an additional expense.
- Meals are not included in the tour package, but food can be purchased at designated stops along the way.
- For safety reasons, all children must be accompanied by an adult throughout the tour.
- The tour has a duration of 11 hours, but please note that unforeseen circumstances such as bad weather or unexpected delays may cause the tour to run longer than expected.