Blue Lagoon is open

June 14, 2024

All of our facilities are open.

An eruption at Sundhnúkagígar is ongoing but at a safe distance from Blue Lagoon.

Read more below.

How to get here

Please note that our primary access road has been damaged by lava flows, requiring visitors to use a temporary alternative route to reach our site.

Drive along road no. 41 (Reykjanesbraut). Near the town Njarðvík, turn to road no. 44 (Hafnavegur). Continue until you pass Grindavík town and reach road no. 426 (Norðurljósavegur). Follow this road until you see a Blue Lagoon sign, make a left turn, and continue until you arrive at our site. The estimated travel distance is approximately 80 km from Reykjavík (around 50 miles) and 45 km from Keflavík (around 28 miles).

Please note that guests must present a booking confirmation at the entry point, which could lead to delays. Please ensure you allow extra time for the journey.

For accurate directions, please refer to the route shown in the following image.

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Guests wishing to modify or cancel their bookings are kindly directed to use My Booking.

Please note that guests must present valid bookings to access the road to the Blue Lagoon.

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Expert analysis and updates

For more details and the latest updates on the situation, please visit the following sources. Their experts are dedicated to collecting comprehensive information and conducting in-depth analyses of real-time data.

Icelandic Meteorological Office

The National Civil Protection Agency

Air Quality in Iceland

SafeTravel

You can also read our list of frequently asked questions below.

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Important information

Monitoring air quality

Experts carefully monitor air quality and we have extended our network of gas sensors at and near the Blue Lagoon. Furthermore, there is a weather station at our facilities since weather is a deciding factor when it comes to air quality. We can therefore gather relevant, real-time data in collaboration with authorities and experts to assess and monitor the situation and can act accordingly if the need arises.  We always prioritize the safety of our guests and staff and are continuously improving our processes to make your visit more enjoyable.

Prioritizing safety

We always prioritize the safety of our guests and staff and are continuously improving our processes to make your visit more enjoyable. We will continue to closely follow the guidelines and recommendations of the authorities, working collaboratively with them to monitor the progression of events. This commitment aligns with our unwavering dedication to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of our valued guests and staff.

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