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Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa in Iceland is Accessible

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Grindavík, Iceland – The Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa is one of Iceland’s biggest and unique attractions with about 400,000 visitors per year. The lagoon is surrounded by lava rocks. It is 2/3 seawater and 1/3 fresh water and the source of the water  runs 2000 meters (6000 feet) deep but the lagoon itself is 90-140 cm (3-5 feet). The temperature of the lagoon is between 37-40°C/100-110°F. The warm waters are renewed every 40 hours and are rich in minerals like silica and sulphur, so bathing in the Blue Lagoon is reputed to have positive effect on people’s skin. Particularly,...

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Tour Iceland Travel: Accessible Travel

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When arriving at the Keflavik Airport (about 50 km or 31 mi from Reykjavik) the surroundings may seem like you have landed on the moon; melted lava, hot springs and rocks as sharp as blades. It doesn’t take you long to go through customs as the airport is one of 5 best in the world. You are greeted with the Icelandic summer and the clean air is something that makes you stop and take another deep breath. How about starting with taking a bath in the well-known Blue Lagoon, surely one of a kind wonder of the world. It is...

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