Before heading to Iceland the thing I concerned the most is how do I take pictures at the blue lagoon. People on the internet recommended waterproof case for mobile or camera. I brought my go pro but you know you can’t really take a good selfie with it. As a solo traveler this is something I really care about XD
In the end, no go pro, no waterproof case, just my little Canon Powershot N2, I took a few photos before my right arm was frozen (the other parts were in the warm water) and then I ran back to the changing room to lock my camera so that I could totally enjoy the lagoon. The perfect 38 Celsius degrees and the beautiful blue that doesnt exist any other place in the world.
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- bring your own flipflops and towel.
- the water is good for your skin but not for your hair, so better tie it up if you have long hair!!
- the camera guy Nicola takes pictures for the guests for free and send it to your email. Search for him!!! He is in blue uniform.
- get some mud to apply on your face for a natural mask.
- its cheaper to order your ticket online.
- blue lagoon is actually closer to the airport than Reykjavik so if you wanna save time you can go there directly from the airport after you land Iceland or before you leave. There is luggage storage.