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Secret Lagoon, Buffet Dinner, and Northern Lights Tour from Reykjavik

  • Evening tour of Iceland highlights: Secret Lagoon and Northern Lights
  • Nighttime tour complements busy daytime schedules or airport layovers
  • Included buffet dinner gives you a taste of Icelandic cuisine
Secret Lagoon, Buffet Dinner, and Northern Lights Tour from Reykjavik
From US$160.38
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Secret Lagoon, Buffet Dinner, and Northern Lights Tour from Reykjavik
From US$160.38
This nighttime tour to the Secret Lagoon and Northern Lights is perfect if you’re trying to pack your days full of Iceland’s best or squeeze in sightseeing during a layover. Book it for a planning-free evening or a scenic alternative to nightlife. Your tour includes admission fees and transportation to top Iceland attractions, plus an Icelandic buffet-style dinner.
What to Expect
Begin your tour with a late afternoon pickup from your Reykjavik hotel or other central meeting point.

Enjoy the views on your way to the Secret Lagoon, and relax in warm thermal waters when you arrive. You can even rent a bathing suit and towel if you forget to pack your own (or if you’re coming straight from the airport).

Then, eat a buffet-style dinner of traditional Icelandic dishes. Drinks are available for purchase.

Next, set out in search of the Northern Lights, stopping if (with luck) you see the lights dancing across the sky.

Return to Reykjavik around midnight and get dropped off at your hotel or another central location.

Please note: Sightings of the Northern Lights on this tour cannot be guaranteed, and are subject to conditions on the day.
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1 - 5 of 9 reviews

Reviewed 30 March 2018 via mobile
Northern lights tour (rude and disrespectful)

Me and my friend booked the Northern lights tour for tonight. We were getting picked up from the Bus Hostel for the 730. The bus arrived at 746 we went to walk outside and the bus drove off without waiting. We called gray line at...More

16  Thank Kaushal A
Reviewed 12 March 2018 via mobile
Very unspoilt and scenic

We booked the Grayline Secret Lagoon tour for our first night in Iceland. It was a great decision as we thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The tour was time at the secret lagoon, an icelandic meal and then northern lights searching. The minibus picked us up...More

1  Thank Heather G
Reviewed 23 February 2018
Loved this trip

We were picked up at the Hilton and taken to the bus station where we transferred to our tour bus. Our guide was very informative and warned us that although they would do their best, we were unlikely to see see the Northern Lights as...More

2  Thank Padocael
Reviewed 10 February 2018
Lagoon and buffet excellent but badly let down by Gray Line Coach unfit for purpose. Beware!

Wednesday 31 January 2018. The pick up by minibus from our hotel was on time. We transferred to a coach at the Gray Line Terminal. The driver was struggling to demist the front window of the coach. However despite greatly reduced vision we set off...More

11  Thank Anne B
Reviewed 6 February 2018
great tour with a bit of everything

secret lagoon was well worth a visit- nice to swim around in the dark. The buffet dinner was better than expected with a sample of Icelandic cuisine. The host explained all the dishes and there was plenty of choice and enough to have seconds if...More

Thank Jo H
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14 June 2018|
Response from Jo H | Reviewed this property |
Not sure but you can see a sample menu on their website
Laura R
15 May 2018|
Response from suzizits |
Does the buffet include vegetarian options
Carol E
14 May 2018|
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Response from Heather G | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I'm not 100% sure as changing areas are male and female. I didn't see a disabled area but maybe there is one that I didn't notice. However when you enter the bar area where you get your tickets there is a toilet there on... More