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Frequently asked questions
With round-trip departures from Reykjavík and Keflavík, our official transport partner—Destination Blue Lagoon—is the simplest, most convenient method for getting to Blue Lagoon Iceland.
For complete info and bookings, visit Destination Blue Lagoon.
The minimum age for using the Blue Lagoon is two years old. This is because children younger than two are highly sensitive to the water’s elevated mineral content.
The weather in Iceland is incredibly unpredictable and endlessly changing—particularly in the winter. However, weather closures at Blue Lagoon are extremely rare, having occurred just three times in the past decade. When they do happen, such closures are not because of rain, snow, sleet, hail, or subzero temperatures. Rather, the cause of these shutdowns is sustained, hurricane-force winds.
The Blue Lagoon's geothermal seawater will not ruin your swimsuit or cause permanent stains. However, we recommend rinsing your swimsuit with cold water and soap after using the lagoon. If you prefer, you may rent a swimsuit for ISK 800. Likewise, you can purchase a swimsuit in the shop at Blue Lagoon.