Category: Pools

January 20, 2022 Places To Visit In Iceland In 2022 According to the Locals

Iceland is a beautiful place to travel, and there are so many places where you can visit. If you plan a trip to Iceland, you may wonder which sites you should go to. In this blog post, I will tell you about the most popular destinations among local Icelanders. Consider including them in your itinerary when […]

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August 20, 2021 Ring Road 2 – Ultimate Guide through the Westfjords

We all know the Ring Road, but have you heard of Ring Road 2 in Westfjords? I know, not the most original name, but I can assure you it is one of the most breathtaking roads you can drive through.  It circles around the Westfjords – a sparsely populated part of Iceland, full of untouched nature. […]

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August 4, 2021 Floating Hot Pots in East Iceland: Soaking in Vök Baths

There are pools and hot pots all over Iceland. Thanks to all the geothermal energy resting under our feet and creating natural hot rivers and hot pots to relax. I can not imagine a better way to relax after a long day of hiking and exploring beautiful Icelandic nature. Vök Baths are definitely one of […]

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June 21, 2019 Krossneslaug Pool

Krossneslaug is a pool located in the eastern Westfjords. The pool is one of Iceland’s most interesting and unique destinations. It is a very peaceful and relaxing area with a beautiful landscape. The pool is located over the sea so the amazing views should make the experience unforgettable. The remoteness and serenity of this place […]

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June 20, 2019 Hofsos Pool

The swimming pool at Hofsós offers some of the most amazing pool views in Iceland. The pool has been built into the hillside above the sea, so the view over to Drangey and Skagafjörður is breathtaking. The pool is a favorite of the locals and travelers alike. The facilities are top notch and this is […]

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November 9, 2017 My Top Icelandic Hot Pots

When in Iceland, you have to visit the hot pots. It’s a must, really. What better way to experience Icelandic culture than to do as the locals do and take a dip in a hot, steaming bath? There are so many spotted around the island, there is no excuse for anyone to miss out. So […]

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July 13, 2017 A Rejuvenating Experience at Myvatn Nature Baths

The area of Lake Mývatn is a nature reserve and in its own right, a beautiful and untouched natural landscape. It has so much to offer and you can explore the surroundings for days if you wanted to focus on just one region of Iceland. This includes the geothermal power plant, Hverir hot springs, and […]

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May 15, 2017 The Secret Lagoon

Planning a trip to Iceland? Have you checked those insane prices for the Blue Lagoon? Going for a soak or swim should cost a bit less, eh? With all of Iceland’s abundant geothermal power, you’re correct to think that. Well, there’s good news! I’ve got a Happy Campers exclusive deal for you. When camping around […]

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April 30, 2017 ​Iceland’s Local Pool Guidelines, Do’s & Don’ts

So you’re coming to Iceland and want to experience the local swimming culture and the first place you probably think of is Blue Lagoon. It’s certainly a unique destination to delve into world of Iceland. It also happens to be one of those places travellers are hesitant about, not because of the actual experience, but […]

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November 23, 2016 Exploring Reykjanes Peninsula

Reykjanes Peninsula (Reykjanesskagi) holds some of Iceland’s best kept secrets and everything is within a 30 minute drive from the airport. Yet, many people either don’t know about what this area has to offer or choose to ignore it. It’s like people get so excited about leaving Keflavik Airport and head to Reykjavik, that they […]

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