Sky Lagoon – Pure Lite Pass

All year
2 hours
12 years

Experience Iceland's new Sky Lagoon, a stunning infinity pool with a view over the North-Atlantic ocean and Reykjavík city. Immerse yourself in a world of warmth and wonder just minutes away from downtown Reykjavík.


  • Bathe in an infinity pool with a view
  • Enjoy the warmth of Iceland's geothermal water
  • Shower in a warm waterfall


What's included

  • Sky Lagoon Admission
  • Use of public changing facilities
  • Use of towel
  • Access to the in-water bar

What's not included

  • Access to the Seven-Step Ritual
  • Access to the sauna
  • Transfer


In Iceland, water is life. The traditions of bathing culture are integral to the Icelandic way of life, and they’re at the core of the Sky Lagoon experience.

Nestled on a stark, stunning coastline, Sky Lagoon feels a world away from everyday life. Reykjavík’s newest geothermal lagoon honors centuries-old bathing culture, embracing the warmth of a people tied closely to sea, sky and the power locked deep within the land. For centuries, Icelanders have trusted the calming, healing effects of geothermal water to help make them one of the happiest people on earth.

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FAQ & Important Information

How do I access the lagoon and pay for things while I’m there?

Upon arrival, you will be given a wristband that works as your locker key as well as a credit card for all purchases during your SKY experience. When you book, we’ll attach your credit card to this wristband. It also allows you to exit at the end of your experience.

What is the age limit?

Youth under the age of 12 are not permitted at Sky Lagoon. Youths 12–14 must be accompanied by a guardian (18 years or older). We recommend that families use the Sky Pass’ premium changing rooms for space and privacy.

How long can I stay in the lagoon?

The recommended time is 1,5–2 hours. It’s very important that you stay hydrated while enjoying the warm water. This will help ensure you get the most out of your experience and stay healthy.

How warm is the lagoon?

The Lagoon is approximately 38–40°C (100–104° F). Icelandic weather can often have a dramatic effect on the guest experience and the temperature can vary.

How deep is the lagoon?

At its deepest point, the lagoon is 120 cm (4’9” ft).

Is Sky Lagoon accessible for all?

Yes. Our facilities are wheelchair accessible. This includes accessible change rooms, showers and a chairlift for entering the lagoon. We also offer private changing spaces for guests that prefer a more private changing environment.

I’m not feeling well. Should I still come?

If you have any underlying disease (cardiovascular disease or high/low blood pressure etc.), contact your physician for advice before entering the lagoon. And If you have any underlying diseases that may cause you to want to our staff to keep an extra eye on you during your stay in the lagoon, like epilepsy for example, we offer high visibility wristbands at reception for you to wear and will notify our safety guards.

What’s available in the changing rooms?

We have two tiers of changing facilities:

“Pure” has shared showers and changing area. Towels are free of charge for all guests. Hairdryers are available.

Do I need to bring a towel, slippers or a robe?

We offer towels free of charge but do not supply slippers or robes, as guests access the Lagoon directly from the changing rooms. You are welcome to bring your own to use in our facilities.

Do you offer a luggage room?

Yes, we offer storage for any baggage that does not fit into your locker for a small fee (ISK 800). Please contact our reception during check-in for further information.

Do you have gender-neutral changing rooms?

Yes, we want everyone to feel equally as welcome at Sky Lagoon. Whether you are non-binary or transgender, you are more than welcome to use our private changing facilities. Ask our staff at check-in, and they will provide you with access to a private changing room. See our Pledge to Pride.

What are my options if the weather forecast does not look good?

The weather in Iceland can be pretty unpredictable so you can change your booking time up to 24 hours before your visit here. If you are up for the adventure, we recommend coming prepared and bringing something to cover your head. Just in case, we have hats available at the reception and at the Lagoon Bar.

What are the opening hours at the Sky Lagoon?

October 1 – June 16
Monday – Friday: 12 PM – 10 PM
Saturday & Sunday: 10 AM – 10 PM

June 17 – August 14
All day: 10 AM – 11 PM

August 15 – September 30
Open Sunday to Friday: 11 AM – 11 PM
Open Saturdays: 10 AM – 11 PM

Please note that The Seven-Step Ritual and Lagoon Bar close an hour before.

Smakk Bar and Sky Café Opening Hours
October 1 – June 16
Monday – Friday: 12 PM – 9:30 PM
Saturday & Sunday: 10 AM – 9:30 PM

June 17 – August 14
All day: 10 AM – 10:30 PM

August 15 – September 30
Open Sunday to Friday: 11 AM – 10:30 PM
Open Saturdays: 10 AM – 10:30 PM



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