One day in Reykjavik, Iceland... was the Blue Lagoon worth it??

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I landed bright and early (6:15am!) at the airport near Reykjavik the day before my 10-day Iceland & Norway cruise, and thought spending the day relaxing and recovering from a red-eye flight sounded like the perfect plan! I booked my transfer to Blue Lagoon from the airport, my Blue Lagoon entry fee, AND a transfer to my hotel all in one easy and convenient booking via Reykjavik Excursions! (link below)

After arriving at Blue Lagoon I spent an absolutely wonderful relaxing day enjoying the hot mineral water, trying three different face masks, and two included drinks, the sauna and steam room, followed by some much needed R&R in the lounge all cozy in the provided bathrobe. I loved my experience at Blue Lagoon and would absolutely go back in the future in another visit to Iceland.

In this video I will tell you what I booked and how the process worked for my situation, including details about the overall Blue Lagoon experience. Everything with the bus transfer went incredibly smoothly and it was an amazing way to kick off an incredible vacation. If you enjoyed this video, stay tuned for the rest of my Iceland & Norway series as I will be boarding the Norwegian Prima the very next day and embarking on a fun and scenic-filled 10 days of SOLO cruising around Iceland and Norway - all brand new ports and countries for me!

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