Secret Lagoon and Northern Lights Hunt
Discover the Secret Lagoon and experience the rugged charm of an Icelandic open air bath, and experience the magical dance of the Northern lights.
- Rugged charm of an Icelandic open air geothermal bath
- Sample delicious Icelandic food in a light buffet
- Seeing the Northern lights dancing across the sky
- Learning about science and of Northern lights
The Secret Lagoon
The Secret Lagoon is a natural hot spring and pool located near the village of Flúðir in South Iceland, just off the Golden Circle route. Fed by mineral-rich geothermal water from nearby hot springs at a steady temperature of 38° to 40°, the Secret Lagoon’s pool of water is perfect for bathing and relaxation.
Icelandic open-air bathing experience
Over the years, the Secret Lagoon, or Gamla laugin as it was referred to by locals, has been part of the local culture that is keeping alive the unique and authentic Icelandic open-air geothermal bathing experience.
Hot springs and geothermal features
The Secret Lagoon offers neat and clean locker rooms, showers and changing facilities, as well as a small bar and eating area. Boardwalks and footpaths surround the concrete encased pool enabling guests to explore small hot springs and geothermal features in the immediate area.
After bathing in the Secret Lagoon, the tour continues to Restaurant Grund for a delicious light buffet where you can enjoy sampling variety of Icelandic cuisine.
Northern Lights Hunt
Heading back to Reykjavik, the exciting hunt for the elusive Northern lights begins. Your guide and driver will scout and select viewing spots to give you the best chances of experiencing the amazing display of auroras.
This is a truly enjoyable tour, combining some of the best experiences Iceland has to offer; the awe-inspiring Northern lights and a warm, relaxing open air bath.
- Complimentary pick-up and drop-off for hotels and guest houses in Reykjavik
- Round trip transportation
- Professional tour guide
- Buffet-style dinner at Restaurant Grund in Fluðir village
Know Before You Go
- The tour departs daily at 6:00 PM and returns by 1:00 AM.
- The duration of the tour is about 7 hours.
- Pick up from hotels and guesthouses starts 30 minutes before the tour departure time stated on your voucher.
How to Use Your Tickets
You will receive your tickets via email. No need to print!
Tour Departure Point
The Gray Line Bus Terminal in Holtagarðar is the central departure point for our tours.
The tour starts and ends at your hotel, Reykjavík
- Bring swim suit and a towel
- Sightings of the Northern Lights are not guaranteed – a complimentary return tour is NOT available for this tour if no Northern Lights are seen.