1. PRICES. Ok, so let's begin with the unpleasantly high entrance fee you need to pay. Prices at the Blue Lagoon Iceland are steep and they're also dynamic, depending on: 1) the season and time of day you visit, and 2) how far in advance you book.
Silhouette Island is a lush, emerald-green tropical jungle with perfect white sand beaches on the ocean side. The majestic mountain slopes are covered with ancient forests, and the peaks are lost in the misty haze of clouds, reflected in the moonlit ocean at night, they seem to be elusively gleaming pyramids.
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Mining the sea sand A recent application for resource consent by Kaipara Excavators to mine large quantities of sea sand over a vast area of sea bottom, during a projected period of over 30 years, has raised concern with government administrators and local communities.
8. The Blue Lagoon. Bláa lónið, or the Blue Lagoon, is a geothermal spa, filled with seawater, which is believed to have natural healing powers.The water, rich in silica and minerals, has worked well on all sorts of eczema and other skin related problems (e.g. psoriasis), and the Blue Lagoon even has a special clinic for skin treatment.