The Secret Lagoon, or Gamla Laugin as it is called by the natives, is a naturally occurring hot spring in South Iceland, just off the route for the Golden Circle. The hot spring is fed by geothermal pools nearby and the water remains a steady 38-40 degrees, so it's no surprise that taking open-air baths in this hot spring has become a part of the local culture. After all, what better place to relax as you soak in the rich minerals that infuse the water? Despite the rustic nature of the baths, the Secret Lagoon offers all modern day amenities, like showers, locker and changing rooms, as well as an eating area, bar and little wooden paths and boardwalks that allow you to explore the nearby smaller hot springs.
Once you finish taking your serene and relaxing bath in the hot springs and get the chance to freshen up, it's time for dinner. You'll be taken to the nearby village of Fluoir, to the Restaurant Grund, famous locally for offering traditional, Icelandic meal. Grab whatever you'd like from the buffet and dine like a native.
After your special meal, the tour guide and the driver will look for the best viewing spots that will give you the highest chance of catching a glimpse of the elusive Northern Lights. Given that it is a naturally occurring phenomenon, this does take a little guesswork but seeing the Auroras is well worth the effort!
So you can take a dip in the hot springs, please bring a bathing suit and a towel with you and a change of clothes if you'd like.
You may cancel up to 72 hours in advance for a full refund.
You will receive an email confirmation with your Secret Lagoon Goethermal Bath with Northern Lights & Dinner vouchers shortly. You may display your vouchers on a mobile device with valid photo ID at the time of pickup.