Catch The Northern Lights At Sky Lagoon, Iceland's New Geothermal Pool To Open In 2021

Eunis Ong
Eunis Ong
23 Jun 2020
Iceland Sky Lagoon

A Surreal Oceanfront Lagoon

Move aside, Blue Lagoon, a new geothermal lagoon is set to open in Iceland in 2021! Located just minutes from Reykjavik's city center, the new oceanfront lagoon called Sky Lagoon will come with breathtaking features including a swim-up in-lagoon bar and a 70-meter infinity-edge that will blend seamlessly with the ocean landscape.
Sky Lagoon Iceland
Nestled against the dramatic backdrop of the Atlantic Ocean, visitors will get to take in impressive views of the expansive ocean while reconnecting with their mind, body, and spirit. Besides the geothermal pool, Sky Lagoon will also house a cold pool, sauna, and a space for dining and shopping.

"Inspired By The Magic Of Iceland"

Iceland Northern Lights
Sky Lagoon will serve as a venue for visitors to enjoy tranquil relaxation and rejuvenation, and if you're lucky, you'll even be able to catch a stunning sunset, or witness the Northern Lights dance before your eyes while submerged in warm water! If you visit after nightfall, you'll catch the stars blinking right above your head.
Sky Lagoon Iceland
According to the General Manager of Sky Lagoon, Dagny Petursddotir, the lagoon is being designed with the gorgeous landscape of Iceland in mind and will be an oasis within the city. The infinity-edge of the lagoon will blend perfectly with the ocean landscape, and there will also be architectural elements influenced by traditional Icelandic turf houses.
Sky Lagoon Iceland
Sky Lagoon is currently under construction and is scheduled to open its doors in spring 2021. While 2020 has been a disappointing year for many so far, we believe clear skies are not far ahead, and there seem to be amazing things to look forward to in 2021!
If Iceland isn't on your travel list yet, it's time to add it on!

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