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Myvatn Nature Baths

Don't neglect a chance to take an open-air hot bath after hiking chilly Iceland


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Serene Iceland offers an endless variety of natural attractions which can hardly be explored within a single visit. After a gruelling hiking adventure you deserve to soak your aching muscles in a hot bath—luckily Iceland doesn't lack in natural hot springs either. These are scattered all over the country, and besides a well-known Blue Lagoon, there're other alternatives.

If you explore Iceland's north, your healing location will be Myvatn Nature Baths. Forget about daily issues and let yourself relax in the clouds of steam rising from the pool. Geothermal water is drawn to this basin from the depth of 2,500 meters, just imagine.

Myvatn Nature Baths are open all year round, but summer months (May through September) offer longer operating hours until midnight.

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