Soak in Iceland’s Hidden Hot Pools

Imagine soaking in geothermal waters, hidden from the world amongst almost other-worldly volcanic landscapes. Icelanders have been doing exactly this for centuries and you’ll be following in their footsteps on this experience.

These pools are not easily accessible, which is good for you because it means a beautiful two hour hike first. You’ll be with a local who will show you the way through vistas not often found in the guidebooks. There will be waterfalls, there will be volcanic landscapes, there will be glaciers.

And then there will be the pools. Switch between the two geothermal pools with temperatures of 30-41°C (86-105°F), and the cold-water spring at 10°C (50°F), serenely soaking and taking in the impressive landscapes.