You will certainly be passionate to join a tour that combines a variety of experiences in a single bid. This is our Golden Circle and Secret Lagoon tour that makes your passion full of both secrets and bliss.
This tour includes three spots of attraction and many more: You will experience the Golden Circle tour, sightseeing from Reykjavik, and a second to none visit to Secret Lagoon. To beautify your natural dreams further, you will see waterfall, geysers, historic sights and soak in a natural hot spring. Besides, you will discover the sites of Thingvellir National Park, Gullfoss waterfall, and the Geyser hot spring area. This area is a destiny of great Icelandic twists and a secret stop.
To rejoice in the tour, you will begin with Thingvellir sight. Thingvellir is the first stop that is the spot of historical and geological importance for the Icelanders. The next stop is the Geyser that is known as the mother of geysers and is the place of the geothermal area. The next destiny to welcome you for its wonderous attraction is Gullfoss that you will see after sightseeing of the Strokkur spouting hot water.
Afterward, you will head towards the Secret Lagoon where nature will be waiting for you in a new view. You will be in the village of Fluoir to see the Secret Lagoon, the beautiful thermal pool. This area where the Secret Lagoon is located in the hub of the high geothermal activity. See how the steam is rising from the hot springs beside the attractive landscape.
Throughout the year, tourists can experience the thermal pool because it maintains 38/40 C a constant temperature. You will find the pathways, geothermal spots, and geyser. The erupting scenes of water from geyser will amaze you a lot. Besides this amazement, you will find lockers, comfortable changing rooms, and showers. Add bar and eating areas further in enjoying the amenities our tour will entertain you. So, this is a gym in Iceland and no one misses gyms.
Disclaimer: “All trips are undertaken on the responsibility of its participants. We do not assume any responsibility for accidents. Tourists have to sign a waiver before undertaking all trips stating that they realize that all outdoor activities carry an inherent risk.”