We go caving and then afterwards you can relax in the famous Blue Lagoon, this caving tour is highly recommended for speleologists as well as amateurs. Join us on this adventure exploring the rare world of lava tubes, formed when boiling hot magma continued flowing into tunnels of already petrified lava.
Pick-up: 09:00 - 09:30
Group maximum: 12 persons
Available: All year
Age limit: 6 years
- Lava tube cave
- Reykjanes peninsula
- Blue Lagoon geothermal spa
After the caving tour we drop you off at a switching point in Reykjavik (at BSI Bus Terminal). You will some time to have lunch, there is a cafeteria there but you can also bring packed lunch. There is also a gas station nearby.
Then at 13:00 we depart for the Blue Lagoon from BSI Bus Terminal.
Able to crawl and walk on uneven surface.
Reykjavik pickup & drop-off, guided caving tour, torch, gloves, helmet and a separate transfer to the Blue Lagoon (and back). You can choose to return to Reykjavik or be dropped off at the airport.
Bring with you:
Warm clothes, sturdy shoes/boots, bathing suit and towel.
Lunch and the Blue Lagoon admission fee. Blue Lagoon admission must be booked separately on bluelagoon.com, before the tour, please note that the lagoon can be quite busy so please check for availability beforehand. The transfer time to the Blue Lagoon is flexible.
The group maximum for the caving tour is 12 persons. The transfer to the Blue Lagoon has no group maximum.
Blue Lagoon - Flexible duration
Just inform the bus driver of your transfer of which return departure suits your needs. You can even have dinner at the restaurant or at the café, or you can go to the Lagoon Bar.
Departure times from the Blue Lagoon (back to Reykjavik):
15:15 ~ 16:15 ~ 17:15 ~ 18:15 ~ 19:15 ~ 20:15 ~ 21:15 ~ 22:15
More information about the return transfer will be stated on your voucher.
Raufarhólshellir Lava Tube Cave
Raufarhólshellir lava tube was formed nearly 5,200 years ago, during the Leitahraun Eruption. We will enter through narrow cave entrances and find they reveal extraordinary scenery of lava formations and colors. You will also see natural stalactites and many different rock formations making this a majestic and almost indescribable experience. The caves become wide and high in places with an even floor, however, the trip can also be rather difficult in places. We recommend you wear good walking shoes or hiking boots which are suitable for walking on uneven lava surfaces.
The Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa
After the caving experience we drop you off at a switching point downtown Reykjavik. You will have some time to have lunch, before a separate transfer to the famous geothermal spa of the Blue Lagoon.
The warm waters are rich in minerals such as silica and sulfur and bathing in the Blue Lagoon is reputed to help some people suffering from skin diseases. Indeed, the attached Blue Lagoon Clinic is an internationally recognized psoriasis treatment centre. The water temperature in the bathing and swimming area of the lagoon averages 37-39 °C.
The Blue Lagoon is fed by the water output from the nearby Svartsengi Geothermal Power Plant and is completely renewed every 2 days. The water in the lagoon is used for both recreational and medicinal bathing.
Please note that the fee into the bathing area in NOT included in the tour price.
Map - (click to enlarge)
Disclaimer: All our tours are undertaken on the responsibility of its participants. Extreme Iceland does not assume any responsibility for accidents that are caused by its customers or can be traced to their own actions.