Cold & Hot SPA TOUR
Immerse yourself in a world of wonder – in the perfect combo of adventure and wellness.
Snorkel in the crystal clear glacial water in Silfra fissure – then warm up in the Sky Lagoon for the ultimate Cold and Hot experience!
Silfra fissure is one of the top dive sites in the world, situated in Thingvellir National Park, only about 50 kilometers from Reykjavik. You can either head to the Sky Lagoon after the tour or move your reservation for another time and day that suits your travel plans best!
Nestled on a stark, stunning coastline, Sky Lagoon feels a world away from everyday life. Iceland’s newest geothermal lagoon honors centuries-old bathing culture, embracing the warmth of a people tied closely to sea, sky and the power locked deep within the land.
For centuries, Icelanders have trusted the calming, healing effects of geothermal water to help make them one of the happiest people on earth. Our 7-step rejuvenating Sky Ritual brings this culture to life for every guest and is included in the Sky Lagoon experience. Pure Pass includes admission, the Sky Ritual and public change facilities.
Take part in the Ritual
For centuries, Icelanders have trusted the calming,
healing effects of geothermal water to help make them
one of the happiest people on earth. Sky Ritual brings
this culture to life for every guest.
Contact the Sky Lagoon via email@example.com if you´d like to visit them at another time and/or day with at least 24 hour notice. For short notice its better to give them a call as they might take a few days to answer emails. +354-527-6800.
SKY LAGOON ADMISSION TIMES
09:00 Silfra time & 16:30 Sky Lagoon
10:30 Silfra time & 17:30 Sky Lagoon
12:00 Silfra time & 18:30 Sky Lagoon
13:30 Silfra time & 19:30 Sky Lagoon
15:00 Silfra time & 19:30 Sky Lagoon – May Month
15:00 Silfra time & 20:30 Sky Lagoon – From June
09:30 Silfra time & 17:30 Sky Lagoon
12:30 Silfra time & 19:30 Sky Lagoon
Silfra fissure exists due to the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates separating around 2 centimeters a year – leaving a rift in the landscape between them. This rift is filled with glacial water from Langjökull glacier that has been filtered through lava fields for decades before reaching Silfra – making the water exceptionally clear and drinkable.
The water in Silfra is 2-4 degrees Celsius. Our guides are all very experienced PADI divemasters or instructors and with will provide you with all the gear you need and undergarments to wear under the dry suit. Hot chocolate is served after the tour.
Wearing a drysuit makes snorkeling in 2-4 degree Celsius (35 degree Fahrenheit) water achievable – without experiencing the cold. With a thermal undergarment and the protection of the drysuit, you manage to stay dry and warm.
For our more daring and adventurous participants, who are after the ultimate Icelandic snorkeling experience, we usually recommend snorkeling in a wetsuit. You will have more mobility and are able to dive a little under the surface to explore Silfra up close and personal.
Not sure on which suit to go with? Take a look at our blog post wetsuit vs. drysuit to help you decide.
This is a self drive tour only – pick up is not an option
Sky Lagoon admission can be amended to another day and/or time that suits your travel plans best with 24 hour notice.