Located between the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans is the small Nordic island of Iceland. The island nation is features a natural phenomenon that will leave foreigners feeling relaxed and pampered. This marvelous attraction is the Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa located in the middle of a lava field. Now, I know what you’re thinking. That is one of the coolest sentences that you will ever say. “Yeah, last summer I chilled in a spa. No big deal except that it was located in a LAVA FIELD!”
Healing Properties and Leisure
The lagoon is abundant in healing minerals such as sulfur and silica. As a result, people with skin diseases claim the lagoon is a cure. Therefore, the lagoon is often used as a medical research center. Numerous products are created with the water’s minerals. While the warm, mineral-rich water attracts people for its healing properties, many visitors enjoy the lagoon for sheer relaxation. Surrounded by astounding nature, the Blue Lagoon is a sanctuary for leisure and is even considered one of the “25 wonders of the world”. Visitors can indulge in luxurious spa treatments such as silica mud masks, sauna, steam rooms, waterfall massages, and a relaxation area which is perfect for viewing the lagoon. As an added bonus, all of these amenities are included with admission! Whoo-hoo!
If you would like to be extra fancy during this vacation, you can purchase an in-water massage. Float in the lagoon’s warm, soothing water as a masseuse tends to your body’s stiffest areas. You can even tailor the massage to fit your needs. An in-water massage is a nourishing and revitalizing experience that will bring you new strength and energy. If you’re looking for privacy afterward, you can even book a space in the Blue Lagoon’s exclusive lounge. Towels, bathrobes, and slippers are completely complementary, paired with the seclusion of hidden luxury. Shape your Blue Lagoon experience to fit your holiday.
The Blue Lagoon is one of Iceland’s many gems and It is a brilliant place to relax in the richness of Iceland. If you are visiting the Norwegian Island, do not leave before resting at the Blue Lagoon. Give us a ring or shop some travel at https://www.mustdotravels.com. Let us know when we can get you on your trip over to the Blue Lagoon.