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Secret Lagoon Thermal Pool & Northern Lights Tour with Dinner

by Gray Line Iceland
per adult Price is £106
Duration: 7h Free cancellation available No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English Offered in: English

Highlights

  • Relaxed outdoor bath in the hot waters of the Secret Lagoon

  • Icelandic buffet dinner served in authentic local restaurant

  • Chance to see the awe-inspiring Aurora Borealis phenomenon

  • Insightful commentary about natural wonders from your guide

  • Hassle-free transport on board a comfortable coach

Highlights

  • Relaxed outdoor bath in the hot waters of the Secret Lagoon

  • Icelandic buffet dinner served in authentic local restaurant

  • Chance to see the awe-inspiring Aurora Borealis phenomenon

  • Insightful commentary about natural wonders from your guide

  • Hassle-free transport on board a comfortable coach

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6:00 PM, Tour in English, includes Food Only

Duration 7h

Live Commentary in English.

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Total price is £105.10, taxes included

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Secret Lagoon Thermal Pool & Northern Lights Tour with Dinner

Activity Location

Secret Lagoon

Hvammsvegur

Flúðir 845

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Hotel Pickup

    Reykjavík

  • Gray Line Iceland Bus Terminal

    4 Klettagarðar

    Reykjavík


Description

Spend an evening immersed in the natural wonders of Iceland with a trip that combines swimming in hot springs with views of the Northern Lights. Soak in the geothermal waters of the Secret Lagoon, feast on Icelandic specialities, and seek out views of the shimmering aurora borealis in the northern night sky.

Leave the lights of Reykjavik behind and head towards the village of Flúdir in South Iceland, just off the Golden Circle route. Grab a towel and make your way to the Secret Lagoon, a wellspring of balmy, mineral-rich water fed by nearby geothermal hot springs. Swim and bathe under the stars, and explore the area's hot springs via neat footpaths and board walks.

Afterward, make your way to Restaurant Grund for a tasty, light buffet dinner of Icelandic cuisine. With darkness now fallen, begin your hunt for the mysterious and elusive Northern Lights. Your guide seeks out remote locations in the Icelandic wilderness perfect for catches glimpses of the kaleidoscopic aurora borealis before heading back to the city and dropping you off at your hotel.


Inclusions

  • Admission to the Secret Lagoon

  • Light buffet dinner at Restaurant Grund in Fludir village

  • Guided Northern Lights tour (depending on weather conditions)

  • Roundtrip transport to and from most Reykjavik hotels

  • Live tour commentary provided in English


Exclusions

  • Drinks (can be purchased separately at the restaurant)


Know Before You Book

  • Children aged 11 and younger are complimentary when accompanied by a paying adult. There is a maximum of 2 children per paying adult.

  • Northern Lights sightings are not guaranteed.

  • Roundtrip transport is available from most centrally located Reykjavik hotels beginning 30 minutes prior to the booked tour start time. Please arrange pick-up from your hotel or a nearby location when you call to confirm your reservation.


Secret Lagoon Thermal Pool & Northern Lights Tour with Dinner ratings based on 44 verified reviews

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4.4 out of 5

4/5 10 Dec 2019

Good minibus trip to the lagoon. Dinner was nice too. Waste of time chasing the northern lights because it was mainly snowing. Staff are friendly and helpful.

5/5 18 Nov 2019

I went on this tour with my husband and two children aged 13 & 17. We had a great evening. The tour guide called Artise (I think) was very informative and really friendly. The secret lagoon was amazing and we had plenty of time there. The meal was very nice especially the lamb. Unfortunately the conditions weren’t right to see the Northern lights but the guide tried her upmost and drove to three different locations trying to find them. This was a great tour given by a lovely lady, well worth the money.

Amanda B

United Kingdom

5/5 28 Feb 2019

I went to Iceland for only one night to see northern lights. This hunt for them was wonderful because of the guide they had on February 27th tour. I can't remember his name but he was exceptional. He told us things about Iceland I didn't know, and we saw the northern lights although they we're not visible for many weeks before that night because of the weather. I'm sad that I can't remember his name, because there are some more questions I would like to ask him, and if he ever has a chance to email me his contact, I'd be a very happy traveler. I'm back in the US now, but I might visit Iceland again.

Melike A

United States