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The Most Complete Guide to the Blue Lagoon Ever Written

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Welcome to Iceland, and to what is sure to be one of your greatest adventures! The Land of Fire and Ice offers so much to see and do that it can be at times a bit overwhelming. Fear not! Among rugged excursions across hiking trails, glacier camping, volcanic exploration, and countless waterfall experiences, there is a magnificent hot spring and …

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Blue Lagoon Hair: Preventing and Treating An After Effect

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Are you on the lookout to travel to Iceland at some point in the future? In all probability, the Blue Lagoon is on your Iceland bucket list. As one of the most visited attractions in the country, if it’s your first trip to the Land of Fire and Ice, the Blue Lagoon should be considered! It is widely known as …

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Blue Lagoon at Night or During the Day? The Nitty Gritty

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Have you ever dreamed about taking a hot bath in geothermal waters at -5 degrees Celsius, wearing nothing but your swim suit, surrounded by hardened lava fields and beautiful, stark scenery? You’re not the only one! There are only a few locations that fit this to a T around the world (most of them located in Iceland), yet one of …

Iceland Attractions – The Most Overrated and Underrated

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There is no doubting that the landscape and natural wonder of Iceland is second-to-none as some of the most beautiful on Earth. Every popular attraction along the Ring Road, the Golden Circle, and the Snæfellsnes Peninsula are must-sees from our experiences. In that same vein, there are some experiences that stick out as far more overrated than others. Conversely, others …

Myvatn Nature Baths vs The Blue Lagoon: Pros and Cons

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A stop off at a geothermal spring is on the itinerary of most tourists visiting Iceland. Let’s take a look at the two most traveled venues. The famous, water park-like Blue Lagoon and the lesser known but more remote and picturesque Myvatn Nature Baths. Both are open year round, from early morning till late, even in winter. Their geothermally-heated water …