Geothermal Hot Spring Spa Iceland

This alpine tundra is full of Uncharted Mysteries. You never know where a day trip in Iceland could lead a hike through a River Valley to a hidden Geothermal pool. Seljavallalaug pool was built in 1923 and is filled with piping hot ground water. Then head to a black sand beach and discover a true sci-fi scene.

A lovely sneak peek into Geothermal Hot Spring Spa Iceland

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The twisted wreckage on Solheimasandur is from a non-fatal US Navy plane crash from 1973. These Mountainside Huts are fit for hobbits.

You can find them peppered along the ring road, framed in wood and stone and roofed in the grass. They could pass as Eco-friendly loading today.

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One of the most common sights around Iceland, with the mixture of geothermal activity, ice, and fire, there are numerous hot springs and geysers in Iceland.

When in Iceland, this is one of those must see/do places, just 30 minutes from the capital, Reykjavik.

The water appears so blue because of the white silica sand on the bottom. The original founder worked at the geothermal plant just behind & discovered that when he applied the white silica sand mud to his skin, his psoriasis cleared up, so he opened this up to the public.

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In this geothermal hot spring spa of Iceland, water comes out of the ground at 160F / 71c & is mixed with the colder water of the nearby clean clear water ponds to get the warm 100F / 38c temperature of the Blue Lagoon.