No holiday to Iceland is complete without a visit to the country’s famous Blue Lagoon. On this trip, we sort out all the logistics – your entrance fee and transportation – so you can focus on enjoying yourself. The Blue Lagoon experience starts the minute you walk through the doors to reception, when you’re given a clever wristband, which acts as an electronic locker key and in-water credit card. When you emerge into the icy air, the steaming 37-degree water practically begs you to enter. The lagoon is home to a spa area and a swim-up bar, plus there’s a separate massage waterfall and sauna. You’ll have a couple of hours to take it easy in the milky blue waters, before it’s time to get changed and head back to Reykjavik.
• Not suitable for wheelchairs