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Warm Baths & Northern Lights Excursion

by Reykjavik Excursions
per adult Price is £115
Duration: 7h Free cancellation available No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English Offered in: English

Highlights

  • 2-in-1 natural spa & Northern Lights night-time excursion

  • Thermal waters of a lakeside spa encircled by mountains

  • Awe-inspiring sight of the elusive aurora borealis

  • Informative narrative from a local Icelandic guide

  • Icelandic buffet including geothermal-baked rye bread

Highlights

  • 2-in-1 natural spa & Northern Lights night-time excursion

  • Thermal waters of a lakeside spa encircled by mountains

  • Awe-inspiring sight of the elusive aurora borealis

  • Informative narrative from a local Icelandic guide

  • Icelandic buffet including geothermal-baked rye bread

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6:00 PM, Tour in English

Duration 7h

Live Commentary in English.

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Total price is £114.66, taxes included

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Warm Baths & Northern Lights Excursion

Activity Location

Laugarvatn Fontana

Hverabraut 1

Laugarvatn 840

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • BSI Bus Terminal - Reykjavik Excursions

    Vatnsmýrarvegur

    Reykjavík 101


Description

Knock out 2 of Iceland's bucket list items on this combo adventure set on the stunning shores of Lake Laugarvatn. Enjoy a soothing dip in warm geothermal baths, an authentic Icelandic buffet, and the chance to observe the otherworldly, magnificent aurora borealis, or Northern Lights.

Embark on your trip to the Laugarvatn Fontana—a lakefront spa boasting striking architecture, Icelandic stone artwork, and modern amenities. Once there, change into your swimming costume and then head to the spa's geothermal pools and steam baths, where you can take in views of snow-capped peaks and the mirror-like waters of Laugarvatn.

Dry off after your soak and then head inside to feast on a country buffet featuring fresh-smoked trout, home-made cakes, and rye bread baked in underground, geothermal ovens along the lake's shores. With a full stomach, bundle up or return to the steam baths to await the evening's entertainment—the vivid and twirling lights of the aurora borealis. Snap photos of the dancing colours, chat with your guide about what natural phenomenon create their vibrant displays, and then make a late return to Reykjavik and your hotel.


Inclusions

  • Guided excursion in search of the Northern Lights

  • Admission fee to Laugarvatn Fontana spa

  • Roundtrip transport to and from Reykjavík BSI Bus Terminal

  • Live tour commentary provided in English


Exclusions

  • Meals and drinks not listed as Inclusions

  • Hotel pick-up & drop-off


Know Before You Book

  • Children aged 13 and younger are complimentary.

  • The aurora borealis is a natural phenomenon; sightings cannot be guaranteed.

  • The tour starts at BSI bus terminal in the city centre


Warm Baths & Northern Lights Excursion ratings based on 15 verified reviews

Expedia-verified reviews

3.2 out of 5

12 Apr 2017

I wasn't expecting packet cous cous and pasta in the 'Icelandic buffet. The lava baked bread was non existent and was told they only make so much each day. We were on a pre booked trip so they knew were coming and had paid, so why not keep some back or make more! It is a headline feature of the trip. A massive let down. Thankfully we took our own towels as the state of their expensive towels and robes to rent you wouldn't use on your dog. Staff were the only grumpy people we met in Iceland and there was no one else there apart from us. They didn't even turn the fairy lights on when the light went at 9.00pm. Wish we'd gone to blue lagoon or the natural one which Rick stein went to.

9 Apr 2017

Not as described, we were not taken to see the lights, despite these being visible that night (we spoke to other guests in the hotel). The coach was poorly maintained, the dinner was the worst meal we had in our time in Iceland and the spa pales in comparison with the Blue Lagoon (and at times the sulphur smell was overwhelming).