Mývatn Nature Baths
Visit the spectacular Goðafoss waterfall before swimming in the Mývatn Nature Baths.
See the Goðafoss waterfall, one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Iceland
Visit the Mývatn Nature Baths and relax in a geothermal pool that draws water from depths of over 8,000 feet
The water contains geothermal microorganisms, minerals, and silicates
Level 3: Active - good mobility needed
Not suitable for wheelchair users
Waterfalls and nature baths
Setting off from Akureyri, we cross the fjord to Goðafoss, the ‘Waterfall of the Gods’. After a short stop, we’ll visit the Mývatn Nature Baths to enjoy a relaxing experience in geothermal waters in an elegant complex. The warm, soothing waters are beneficial to the skin and spirit alike, creating a sense of well-being and rejuvenation.
Dress according to local weather conditions with good footwear (closed-toe shoes recommended) with a rubber or non-slip sole. Bring a camera!
Kindly note that the order of the sites we visit might vary. People with mobility challenges are kindly asked to travel with a companion to assist them.
Bring bathing suits and towels (limited rental available).
Pregnant women and passengers with heart and respiratory issues are advised to check with a health professional before taking this tour. Approximately 3 hours of total driving time
Walking information: About 20 minutes. At the Mývatn Baths, surfaces may be slippery/wet. Guests are asked to exercise extreme caution to avoid slipping. The surface at Goðafoss is gravel, loose stones, and mud pathways. It is generally uneven with no handrails.