From £149

Float in the Secret Lagoon while listening to relaxing music on underwater loudspeakers and enjoying in-water massage. With a little luck, the Aurora Borealis dances for you too !

This is truly magical and once in a life time experience. You will be floating in the Secret Lagoon, a natural hot spring, located in the small village of Fludir. It is the oldest natural swimming pool in Iceland from 1891 and was used to teach the locals to swim until 1947. It has now been fully renovated and reopened. The water in the pool holds 38-40 Celsius (100-104 Fahrenheit) all year and with wonderful natural surroundings and steam rising into the air, it creates an unbelievable magical feeling.   

At the swimming pool you will be provided with a floating cap and support for your legs, so you can float in the warm water and relax with the night sky above you. Floating is well known for relieving stress and improving well-being. Your muscle tension, blood pressure and heart rate drop as you get into deep relaxation state. It is known to aid detoxification and help with pain relief, anxiety and insomnia. You will gain clarity, focus and physical renewal. Experts say one hour of floating equals 4 hours of deep sleep !

Adding to the ambiance of the floating experience, you will enjoy listening to relaxing Icelandic music on the underwater loudspeakers while being pampered with 10-15 minute in-water massage. On the perfect winter night sky, the Aurora Borealis may also dance for you and during summer months you will experience long daylight hours. You will get a chance to boil an egg in a natural hot spring and taste rye bread baked in geothermal ground. You will also sample tomatoes and cucumbers from the local greenhouses and taste Icelandic fermented shark with Black Death (schnapps). The Northern Lights is of course a natural phenomena depending on the weather conditions at the time. One thing is guaranteed though - you will leave with truly amazing water experience that will stay with you forever!                 

Included: Transfers with English speaking guide, entrance to Secret Lagoon, floating cap and support for legs, 10-15 min in-water massage, boiling egg in a hot spring experience, tasting geothermal baked rye bread, tasting fermented shark with Black Death  
Departure: Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 20:00 (hotel pick up 19:30)
Duration: 6 hours
Season: mid August - April  
Price per person: From £149 // From £169 January 2017 onwards

Please note: Minimum 2 participants. Don't forget to bring your bathing suit! Beer, wine and soft drinks available for purchase at the location.  

Booking instructions 

1)  While booking your holiday, you will be given the option to add day excursions and airport transfers as part of the booking process. Please first select the package you wish to book with travel dates and accommodation.    

2)  If you have already booked a holiday with us, you can retrieve your booking here and follow the instructions for adding day excursions and airport transfers.

3) If you have made a flight only booking with Icelandair, click here to book day excursions and airport transfers. Please be sure to provide the name of your hotel when prompted for pick up purposes. 

  • No refund for unused travel services or land arrangements 
  • All inquiries on change or cancellation requests must be sent to uk@icelandairholidays.com
  • Full Icelandair Holidays terms and conditions can be found here

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