Iceland: Blue lagoon and Golden circle

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This day tour is going to start from Reykavik, which is also the capital region, passing through Nesjavellir road. This offers a chance to view a remarkable volcano formed naturally. We are also going to make a stop in Nesjavellir geothermal region; here, the capital becomes increasingly hot.
From there, we are going proceed to Thingvellir national park which is situated on two techtonic plates. The Western one is the American plate while the Eastern one is EuroAsian. Þhingvellir National park is coGeyser strokkur mmemorated and remembered; it is huge and has its own lake.
The significant feature here however, is an ancient parliament and church. It is worth noting that in the English language, Thingvellir means assembly plains. We shall continue with the tour and go to the town of Laugarvatn and then to Geyser.
A lot of tourists are unaware of the term Geyser which is actually Icelandic. Therefore, Yellowstone acquires its name from Iceland’s natural phenomena. In actual fact, the genuine Geyser, which is ancient is no longer active; however, visitors and locals noticed that activation could be enhanced, to make it vibrant again. A few metres from Geyser is Strokkur, which is active; it blows up every 6 minutes (more or less). A percentage of 99 of tourists visit this attraction.
Our visitors will take a break in the Geyser area for some coffee or brunch and thereafter, we will proceed to Iceland Gullfoss, which features among the loveliest waterfalls.
This will be our eastern point of this day tour. Therefore, on the way back, we are going to make a stop in Kerið crater which is open for visitors 24 hours each day.
Blue lagoonThe next stop we make will be in Hveragerði town and from there, we will drive to South West Icelandic coast to the Reykanes peninsula. This is a large area and Blue lagoon, which is our destination, is at the edge of Grindavík town.
Blue Lagoon is an exceptional area in the world, offering natural wonders. Located against a lovely lava valley, the warm, creamy blue waters invite us to take a dip in this world-popular geothermal pool.
When the outside is 5°C, making it chilly, this 30°C dip can offer a wonderful treat. Also, lathering on the silica mud which is rich in minerals is believed to work wonders on the skin!
This is going to be our last stay on this tour except when travelers desire to experience and view elves and dwarfs in Hafnarfjörður!
Our tourists will choose whether to stop or not in areas related to Icelandic legends, since spirits and beings are not proven to exist.
Welcome and enjoy your tour!

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