Information for School Groups

Each year, Blue Lagoon Iceland welcomes thousands of students from all over the world. The following information are helpful for those planning a school group visit to the Blue Lagoon.

Safety standards

The Blue Lagoon has lifeguards on duty by the Lagoon at all times. All staff attends regular training in first aid and emergency responses. First aid equipment and facilities are on site. Please see our full Safety Standards.

Guidelines / helpful information

  • Make sure everyone has eaten before entering the Lagoon and stays hydrated while in the Lagoon to prevent fainting due to hypoglycemia or low blood pressure
  • For groups of children under 13 years old, one supervisor is required for every two children.
  • Groups of young adults aged 13 to 17 must be accompanied by at least one adult supervisor—a primary guardian—for every 10 youths in the group. The guardians are responsible for the group during their Blue Lagoon visit and are not allowed to consume alcohol while supervising.
  • Primary guardians shall always accompany the group in the lagoon to ensure their safety and that they adhere to general spa etiquette: common courtesy, reasonable noise levels, use of good manners, and respect for other guests. The primary guardian must also make sure that any additional charges are paid at reception before the group's departure.

While waiting in the reception area, please stay in a line. There will be numbers of other guests waiting as well and we ask the students to remain calm and quiet.

Changing rooms

  • In the changing rooms we also ask for the same calm atmosphere. This is a spa, not a swimming pool and loudness is not appreciated.
  • Shower without swimwear before entering the Lagoon is mandatory.
  • If guests lose their entry bracelets there is a fee to be paid before leaving the reception area.

When guests buy refreshments in the Lagoon and charge to the entry bracelet, it is to be paid before leaving the reception area.
In the Lagoon same rules apply as within other areas. If someone does not respect these rules, our guards or other staff will ask the guest to leave the premises at once.

In our gift shop, please respect the “look, don’t touch rule” rule as well as other rules set by the staff.

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