Sip back and relax, the edge of the world is calling.
For those who are yet to experience the land of ice and fire, you may have one last excuse to do so moving into 2021. Iceland’s new sky lagoon bar is an oceanfront geothermal lagoon. Think Northern lights, a bev or two and perhaps a blue whale sighting, all rolled up into once experience.
It’s a little more than a Sydney Harbour experience, apologies to Sydney-siders…
lush green-grassy hills and calm wave ripples make this scene something out of Tolkien’s Middle Earth, on first appearances the lagoon does look like an unreal set out of the Hobbit.
The lagoon / bar is a few minutes from Reykjavik, located in Karsnes Harbour, Kopavogur. When providing context around the Lagoon’s function or experience it will offer customers, Dagny Petursdottir, General Manager of Sky Lagoon stated the geothermal lagoon,
“will enable guests to connect with mind, body, and spirit through the radiant powers of geothermal waters while taking in such impressive ocean views.”
A 70-metre infinity edge is the major talking point surrounding the new hotspot, customer’s will now have two major choices when attending Iceland’s man-made heated pools. The Blue Lagoon and the new geothermal bar will shorten lines and provide more opportunity for tourists and locals alike.
The opening date for the Sky Lagoon is set for spring 2021, so we still have time to lick our Covid-19 wounds.