Myvatn Nature Baths (Jardbodin vid Myvatn), Lake Myvatn
(4.4/5 based on 1,300+ reviews on the web)
Soak inside or out at Myvatn Nature Baths (Jardbodin vid Myvatn). A warm natural lagoon maintains a temperature of 35-40 C (95-104 F). Inside you can take an even hotter steam bath, which uses geothermal steam that rises through holes in the floor. If you get too hot, you'll find cold showers outside. Relax with a back, foot, or full-body massage, in the massage room or out by the lagoon. Often chosen as an alternative to the Blue Lagoon, these hot springs attract fewer tourists and are less expensive. Plan to visit Myvatn Nature Baths (Jardbodin vid Myvatn) during your Reykjahlid vacation using our convenient Reykjahlid vacation trip planner.
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  • In November we were here with-2 degrees outside temperature and it is already unique in 34-36 ° c hot water to rise and to see the sunset. Pure nature. Unfortunately, the bar was closed. Definitely come back
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  • A great experience, not too crowded and great to relax after getting to know the region. Worth it!
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  • It's a nice bath that is smaller than the Blue Lagoon, you stand but still not after. We were in the off season there and have paid therefore less entry :) Clean changing rooms and sanitary facilities have made a very good impression and also the water was nice and warm and "clean". The only point of criticism: there was no convenient way to tell something in the water. The edge was to algig and rocky, the Bank into the water very smooth and angular. As a whole but recommended :)
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  • If we had known we would not have come. The bath consists of two large pools with a beautiful view over Lake Myvatn, a hot pot of 41° C and two steam saunas. All situated in a real feel nature setting. Sounds nice. It was. But beware. They have different seasons for their opening hours and their prices. Summer season for opening hours is until end of August, for prices it is until mid of september. Rip-off! They should be glad about visitors coming also late and early in the year rather than giving them less service.
  • Thought I'd be treated in low season.. Ripped off, tourist trap that isn't well maintained. Beautiful location and tones of potential.. I felt sick in the 42°c pool after stirring up the water and finding ancient human remains all over me, hair balls and all! No bath mats when entering the change rooms? That's like 101 health and safety... Overall I felt like it needed a decent clean and the staff were still getting over the high season.
  • This hot spring bath is far superior to the more touristy Blue Lagoon in the south. Admittedly, you have to be in northern Iceland to easily get to Myvatn, but if there, don't pass this up. A couple things to be aware of... Yes, the water is a bit stinking of sulfur, but it's not overpowering. You are expected to fully wash in, in the buff, in a communal shower before donning your bathing suit and entering the baths. The changing areas are separated by gender, though.
  • Decent hot water bath that is provided around $60 CDN per person. Two large pools with one being much hotter than the other. The other has an incredible view from the ledge. There is a small mini hottub that is so good on a cool night. There are two saunas, one with direct heat from the source. The building and showers are a little dirty.
  • Rude staff. Not friendly or inviting. Attitude was "give me your money and move along" no hospitality at all. For a place that is mostly tourists and from very different customs, this left most guests I saw, including myself, very confused. The pools were not particularly warm. We went in October, the off season, and I cannot imagine going in the high season. It was already pretty crowded.