You pay a one time fee and you're able to stay as long as you want. Typically it's about 90 or 100 US dollars for the day.
A tip here is to book in advance on their website. They have a strict schedule. You're not able to just show up. And if you do try and just show up, it's gonna be a risk that you're not gonna be able to get in so preferably at the beginning of the trip or even before, make a booking online, book your tickets, book your time. If you want to go to Blue Lagoon, just make sure that you're able to get in. And once you're in, there's all sorts of cool things.
You get a complementary mud mask, you're able to get a beverage of non-alcoholic, alcoholic even, you're able to get a beer in the lagoon or the pool.
And you can even get a massage while floating on a water bed in the lagoon. That does come at an extra price. But if you wanted to, you could do that. There's also a steam room and a sauna. And in general, the trip to the Blue Lagoon is one of the most relaxing and most magical experiences that you'll have. It's absolutely worth it.
You should go to Iceland even just for that alone. So overall, a trip to Iceland is an absolute must. Ideally, you want to take about four days. And then you're going to be able to do everything I just described. In terms of cost, including flights, accommodation, car rentals, activities, and food, I spent about 2,500 US dollars for the four day trip. You can definitely do it for less money if you wanted to. But if you're able to have this budget for the trip, you're gonna have all the comfort and the luxury that you want, to make this trip absolutely unforgettable. So there you have it, I hope you enjoyed these tips. I really hope you'll enjoy your trip to Iceland, which I have no doubt you will. If you want to learn how I'm able to travel the world and pretty much take trips whenever I want while making money from my online business, working on my laptop anywhere with an internet connection, and taking days off to go, like this trip to Iceland was absolutely amazing.
And even when I went on the trip, my online business was still making money. If you want to learn how I do this and you want to learn how to do the same for yourself, click on the link the description and I'll give you some free training on how to get started.
Erica Rodes is a Yoga fan, ramen eater, fender owner, Saul Bass fan and Guest speaker. Producing at the fulcrum of minimalism and purpose to give life to your brand. Let's make every day successful!