Many people think Iceland is a country primarily made of ice. This is false, both Iceland and Greenland have misnomers. As Greenland is full of ice and Iceland is actually a very luscious green country. One of the most frequented attractions in Iceland is The Blue Lagoon. To check this world wonder geo-thermal spa out be sure that your passport is up to date and any passport renewals for your family have been taken care of. Then venture to Iceland and relax in The Blue Lagoon.
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There is plenty if amazing nature to see when in Iceland. One of the most spectacular things about the country is the fact that it has incredible volcanoes that are actually still active. The Blue Lagoon spa is actually close to this volcanic activity making it one of the most unique spa destinations in the entire world. If you are going to visit Iceland, you have to stop and see the Blue Lagoon spa and the surrounding nature.
The water in the lagoon is generated from a nearby power plant. This hot water is vented from the earth near the lava flow and is used to run turbines that create electricity. After the water goes through the turbines the steam and hot water travel through the heat exchanger, from there the water is released into the lagoon for people to enjoy at the. When people think Blue Lagoon, they probably envision a tropical location with lots of palm trees and sunshine. In reality, The Blue Lagoon Spa in Iceland is one of the world’s most famous spas. It is a Geothermal Spa that features steamy waters that are part of a lava formation. It is located in a field of lava on the Revkjanes Peninsula.
Due to the mineral rich waters that have high levels of minerals like silica and sulphur, the spa is recognized for healing certain skin ailments, like psoriasis. The average water temperature in the lagoon is 98–102 °F. In addition to being a spa, it also is the location of a research and development facility developing cures for skin diseases. The Blue Lagoon also deals a line of skin care featuring the mineral based waters that flow naturally in the lagoon.