On this amazing one day adventure, you get to explore the main sights from The Golden Circle Route, and to bathe in the magnificent natural geothermal pool The Secret Lagoon. This tour offers you a taste of what Iceland has to offer in just one day.
Operated in a minibus
Small groups and personal service
Duration: 9 - 10 hrs
08:00 - 08:30
09:00 - 09:30
Group maximum: 19 per guide
Available: All year
Age limit: 6 years
Difficulty: Easy / Sightseeing
- Thingvellir National Park
- Geysir Geothermal Area
- Gullfoss Waterfall
- The Secret Lagoon
- Small groups
- Free WiFi
During the summer season (From May 15th - September 15th) the pick ups start at 8am and 9am. During the winter Season (From September 16th - May 14th:) the pick up starts at 9am. Please see booking engine for exact availability.
Reykjavik pick up, English guided minibus tour, free WiFi and entrance to the lagoon.
Meals. We will stop at a diner / restaurant, but you can also bring packed lunch.
Bring with you:
Warm clothes, good shoes, bathing suit & towel (you can also rent a towel when you book).
Children (6-15): 25% off
If you want to enjoy relaxing in an all-natural pool located in the Icelandic countryside, surrounded by beautiful nature this is the Golden circle way to go.
Thingvellir will be the first stop, a very important place for Icelanders, both historically and geologically. Next up is Geysir, the mother of all geysers, and the geothermal area. After seeing Strokkur spout hot water high up in the air (sometimes up to 30 m) Gullfoss, the golden waterfall, welcomes us with open arms. The Secret lagoon will be a perfect place to wash off the mist from Gullfoss, and there you can relax, enjoy beverages and the surrounding nature.
Our guide will pick you up from your accommodation in Reykjavik. We then start our journey by heading to Thingvellir National Park. Thingvellir is a UNESCO world heritage site because of its historic significance. The Icelandic parliament was established in Thingvellir in 930 AD, making it the world's first parliament. Thingvellir is not only known because of its significant history, it is also known for its geology. Thingvellir is where the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates meet. At Thingvellir, you can visibly see where the two tectonic plates are drifting apart, but each year they drift around 2.5 cm apart. Thingvellir is filled with beautiful landscapes as it has some waterfalls, a lake, and much more to explore.
Our next stop is at Geysir Geothermal Area. The whole area has a surface of approximately 3km2 and it is extremely stunning. The geothermal field is named after Geysir, the oldest geyser in the area and the most well-known geyser in Iceland. At this location you can also find the amazing geyser Strokkur. Strokkur is the most energetic spouting spring in Iceland. It spouts water around 10-20 meters in the air every few minutes. It’s truly a magnificent sight.
Gullfoss Waterfall or The Golden Waterfall is our next stop. Gullfoss Waterfall flows from the glacier river Hvita. The massive amount of water flowing down the waterfall comes from Iceland’s second largest glacier, Langjokull. If you stand close enough to the waterfall you can feel the ground trembling beneath your feet, and you get mist from the waterfall on your face, it’s so refreshing!
After seeing some of Iceland’s most stunning waterfalls, we head to the Secret Lagoon. The Secret Lagoon is a natural hot spring pool located in a geothermal area in the small village Fludir. (The locals call it Leynilaugin.) The steam coming from the ground and the beautiful Icelandic nature surrounding the Secret Lagoon makes it a unique and wonderful experience to go for a swim. Sometimes you can see geysers erupt in the area while you relax in the pool. Truly magnificent!
After a great day of exploring Iceland, our guide will drop you off at your accommodation in Reykjavik.
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Golden Circle & Secret Lagoon - Rated 4.9/5 based on 41 customer reviews
Good way to see these attractions5 by Rebecca March 24, 2019
Golden circle March 20195 by Isabel March 22, 2019
Wonderful5 by Cliff March 20, 2019
What a day!5 by Margo March 18, 2019
Excellent way to see the countryside5 by Ian Campbell March 18, 2019
Great Trip5 by Kate March 12, 2019
Friendly tour5 by Cloudia March 11, 2019
Golden Circle5 by Wally February 23, 2019
An excellent day5 by Janet February 10, 2019
Great tour5 by Jessica Lima February 6, 2019
Terrific tour, lovely lagoon5 by Kate February 3, 2019
Awesome tour, lots of fun!5 by Amanda S January 30, 2019
Fantastic tour5 by Kylie Broad January 10, 2019
Nice Informative Tour4 by Lindsay J January 7, 2019
golden circle and secret lagoon5 by Kapp Mario January 5, 2019
A great tour with an even better guide.5 by Michael Anderson December 26, 2018
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Thank you for a great day!5 by Melissa December 16, 2018
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Unforgettable Experience4 by Helen Morris November 4, 2018
Best Experience Of My Life!5 by Casey October 13, 2018
Lovely service5 by Amindra September 21, 2018
Golden circle and secret lagoon5 by Linda September 15, 2018
Very recommended5 by Maria September 6, 2018
Great tour5 by LB September 6, 2018
Great tour with 15 visitors, makes for a more individual experience5 by Tom July 4, 2018
Great tour!5 by Jacki Ballou June 28, 2018
Excellent5 by Monique June 20, 2018
Great experience, great value5 by Margareta June 9, 2018
Wonderful day5 by Marlene June 5, 2018
Yannis was the best!5 by Katie May 22, 2018
Awesome experience!5 by Ann May 4, 2018
Awesome trip5 by Roxanne April 25, 2018
Golden Circle and Secret Lagoon Tour5 by Amy Doran April 6, 2018
Interesting and informative5 by Ann March 30, 2018
Easy Golden circle tour and good secret lagoon time5 by Amit March 29, 2018
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Golden Circle & Secret Lagoon Tour4 by Mike Francis February 20, 2018