As the name indicates, Iceland is no doubt full of hot springs, ice fields, fjords, and geysers.  It is home to thrill-seeking adventures, making the country one of the top destinations across the globe.

If you have tried whale watching in Reykjavik, Strokkuk Geysir, Aurora Borealis, Landmannalaugar Nature Reserve, Maelifell Volcano, Askja Caldera, Dettifoss Waterfall, and Hallgrimskirkja, there are other attractions you cannot afford to miss.
The Geothermal Lagoon comes next. Whether you travel to relax or be with nature, Iceland’s geothermal lagoons got you covered. Aside from the relaxing views, meeting new people would make your escapade one of the best travel experiences.
With a variety of options to choose from, which geothermal lagoon should be on top of your bucket list?
The Sky Lagoon is something you would love and enjoy. Located in Karsness Harbour Kopavogur, this new lagoon is just a few minutes away from Reykjavik.
Whether you want a place to relax or witness incredible sights of the Atlantic ocean, this new lagoon will be a complete experience to have this 2020 and beyond.
The stunning sunsets, views of the dark sky, and the Northern Lights will take your journey to a unique level.

The Sky Lagoon is human-made and developed with the country’s gorgeous landscape. Featuring a 70-meter infinity-edge, this blends into the natural landscape of the ocean.

Traditional turf houses influence each of the design elements. If you travel for fun or to learn the country’s culture, the Sky Lagoon won’t be a disappointment.

It is expected to open in 2021. So, mark your calendar and plan out your future adventure. Expect unique scenery, a place to relax. Let’s hope the pandemic would end soon to start exploring the world again.