The Blue Lagoon is a vast geothermal pool and spa outside of Reykjavik. Despite its wild appearance, it is not natural phenomenon. First sight of the lagoon, as you approach the entrance. The water, which hovers around a bliss-inducing degrees, is made up of silica, algae, and various minerals, and has a bluish sheen. The changing rooms are equipped with conditioner and signs encourage visitors condition their hair both before and after getting in. I had to pile mine on top of my head, a la Pebbles Flintstone which is why there are no photos of me in the lagoon itself , but my hair survived.
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Pools and Spa (& Showering Naked) Trip Report - Iceland Forum - Tripadvisor
My wife and I had a wonderful ten day trip to Iceland the first part of September. In preparing for the trip, we learned about the geothermal pools and were excited to give them a try. We originally planned to go to two or three pools, but enjoyed them so much we ended up visiting four pools and a spa. It had a feeling of historic and new at the same time. The older section has a large indoor pool and two hot tubs. The newer section has an outdoor pool, hot tub, cold tub and sauna. The entire complex is worth the admission fee just to tour everything.
Pools and Spa (& Showering Naked) Trip Report - Iceland Forum
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