Laugaland Hot Spring

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  • GPS: 65.51181, -22.30315
  • Hidden hot spring in the West Iceland.
  • Temperature around 40-49°C. 
  • No changing facilities. 

Enriched in exotic flora and fauna, Iceland attracts thousands of tourists from all over the world to witness its captivating beauty. This land of Vikings offers adventure and soulful experiences at every step. From adventure enthusiasts to cultural researchers, from tourists to wildlife photographers, Iceland attracts everyone like flowers attract bees. One of the most beautiful parts of Iceland is its hot springs. Iceland is one of the most geothermally active regions in the world and it has thousands of hot water pools and springs that play a major part in this countries tourism.

In this blog, we are going to talk about Laugaland Hot Spring and along the way, we will tell you everything that you need to know about this beautiful region of this amazing country.

Laugaland: An Adventure’s Paradise

One of the most popular geothermal fields of Iceland, Laugaland/Varmaland lies on the western margin of the Borgarfjordur thermal region. Not far from the Reykjavik region, Laugaland welcomes tourists from all over the world into its large grass fields and relaxing hot water springs.

If you are an adventure seeker, if you are someone who loves spending time in the lap of mother nature and taking long hikes, then these hot water springs of Laugaland are nothing less than a blessing for you. Taking a dip in these springs after a long hike takes away the fatigue in seconds and gives a soul lifting experience. The best thing about these springs is that they surprise you. These can be found on the side of many hiking routes of this region and then it becomes almost impossible to stop yourself from taking a dip in these natural havens.

The Laugaland Community

Just like the nature and green soothing fields of Laugaland, residents of this region are also very welcoming. Laugaland is the perfect example of community centers in Iceland that are developed around a geothermal site. The first ever construction that was done in this region was a swimming pool. Then in the year 1942, the Laugaland greenhouse farm was constructed that was made to utilize the brilliant source of energy that was present in this region. Over the years that followed, Laugaland was developed into that community that we see today. A school, community center, new swimming pools, and adventure park were erected over the years and made this region perfect for tourists that come from all parts of the world.

Flora and Fauna

Some people travel to explore, some to take some time off from their daily lives, some for photography, and then some seek the solace that can only be found in the heart of mother nature. The Laugaland region is a pilgrimage for those who are seeking solace. As we have already mentioned, just like the rest of Iceland, Laugaland hot spring region is also the home of some rare and exotic plants and animals. Bird-watching is a very popular activity in this region and people come from all over the world to capture these beautiful birds and animals like the Arctic Fox.

It is time to pack your bags, visit Iceland and its beautiful Laugaland Hot Spring that gives a unique experience to whoever steps on its soil. Visit the region and experience the purity and sacredness of nature in its full glory.

Map of Laugaland hot spring

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