What is the temperature at the Blue Lagoon?

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The average summer sea temperature at the Blue Lagoon ranges from 70°F (21°C) to 80°F (26°C), and the outside temperature is between 75°F (24°C) and 104°F (40°C).

In the late spring and early fall you can expect the lower end of the summer temperature. Meaning around 70°F (21°C) in the sea and 75°F (24°C).

How often does it rain in the area?

The wettest months are November and December. Summer months are generally dry and sunny, around the end of summer there might be accessional summer showers.

Can I visit the Blue Lagoon in all weather conditions?

While the Blue Lagoon is open in all weather conditions, extreme weather will affect your visit and the magic of the Plava Laguna. If the weather is exceptionally bad the skipper will cancel the tour.

What is the sea temperature around the Blue Lagoon?

The sea temperature around the Blue Lagoon typically ranges from 75°F (24°C) and 104°F (40°C) in the summer.

In the winter it is around 55°F (13°C). Early spring and late fall temperatures are like the lower end of the summer ones around 77°F (25°C).

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When is the best time weather wise to visit the Blue Lagoon?

Weather wise, the best time to visit the lagoon is from late May to early October when the weather is warm, sunny and dry.

Is there a chance of storms at the Blue Lagoon?

Yes, there is always a chance of storms even if they are low in the summer, most storms are in the fall and winter months. However, spring and summer storms may occur.

Does fog affect visits to the Blue Lagoon?

Not really, fog is rare at the Blue Lagoon to the point of being almost impossible. The reason is the Blue Lagoon (while surrounded by islands) is both pretty open and low elevation, so the fog that might form will dissipate quickly.

How can I check the current weather conditions near the Blue Lagoon?

You can check current weather conditions through weather websites, apps, or local news channels.

What should I wear for a visit to the Blue Lagoon?

You should wear comfortable swimwear, bring a towel, sunscreen, a hat, and light clothing. A light jacket might be good for the later part of the day, and water shoes if you don’t like rocky surfaces.

Does the weather affect the boat trips to the Blue Lagoon?

Yes, weather conditions such as high winds or storms can affect boat trips to the Blue Lagoon.

Is the weather a safety concern when visiting the Blue Lagoon?

No, if the weather is bad enough to be a concern the tour will be canceled or rescheduled. If you are going without a tour, check the weather forecast.

What kind of preparations should I make considering the weather?

Check the weather forecast, dress appropriately, bring sunscreen and water, and prepare for changing weather conditions.

How does the wind speed and direction typically affect activities at the Lagoon?

High winds can affect swimming and boating activities, making it unsafe. Calm days are best for these activities, and the summer days are mostly calm.

Are there any indoor activities or shelters at the Blue Lagoon?

There are sheltered areas where you can take cover in case of bad weather or anything else. These facilities like coffee shops/bars are open only during the summer and are scarce.