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You have to book a package or tour to visit the island. Your tour or package includes boat transportation to and from the island and if you book an animal encounter, know that you can use other facilities on the island, including the beach.How long is the boat ride from Nassau to Blue lagoon? ›
The boat ride to Blue Lagoon Island is approximately 20-minutes. It is mandatory that our boat captains go slowly while cruising through Nassau Harbour. Once they have passed a certain point, the boat increases speed.How do I get from the Nassau Port to the Blue lagoon? ›
Either hike over the bridge from Nassau, ride the ferry from Nassau to Paradise Island, or take a taxi. Board the ferry from Paradise Island to Blue Lagoon Island, which passes through Nassau's historic harbor and provides great views of Nassau's shores as well as the islands nearby.Does Blue lagoon Dolphin Encounter include lunch? ›
No visit to Nassau/Paradise Island is complete without a visit to this extraordinary island that offers a truly authentic Bahamian experience. Inclusions: Roundtrip ferry ride to and from Blue Lagoon Island. Grilled buffet lunch.Can you just show up at the Blue Lagoon? ›
In general, entry to the Blue Lagoon is fully booked throughout the year. In order to reserve your desired date and time—and avoid the possibility that the lagoon will be sold out on the day you intend to visit—pre-booking is absolutely essential.How much time do you need in the Blue Lagoon? ›
Most people spend between two and three hours at the Blue Lagoon, but if you want to take advantage of all the facilities you can spend longer. You'll need to bring your own swimwear, and towels can be rented (or are included in a Reykjavik Excursions Blue Lagoon trip).Can you walk to the beach from Nassau cruise port? ›
Can you walk to a beach from Nassau cruise port? Is there a beach walking distance to the cruise port? The answer is yes! If you're looking for free things to do in Nassau, Bahamas near the cruise port, a leisurely day at the beach might be the perfect answer.How much does it cost to go to Blue Lagoon Island? ›
Comfort tickets at the Blue Lagoon cost $62 USD. Comfort tickets include entrance to the Blue Lagoon, silica mud mask, use of towel (you can also bring your own towel), and a drink of your choice free of charge. Premium tickets at the Blue Lagoon cost $79 USD.How much are drinks at Blue Lagoon Bahamas? ›
Prices are in line with what's on the cruise ship. Expect to pay about $10-12 for a cocktail and $6-8 for a beer. Shifting Tides Restaurant: Most excursions to Blue Lagoon include lunch.Can you go to a beach in Nassau without an excursion? ›
Nassau is one of the cruise ports where you can absolutely get away without booking an excursion. If you're looking to cruise on a budget (or want to spend the money elsewhere), you can skip booking an excursion.
U.S. citizens are generally required to present a valid U.S. passport when traveling to The Bahamas, as well as proof of anticipated departure from The Bahamas. Those traveling to The Bahamas on a cruise may use another Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) compliant document.How far is Blue Lagoon from port? ›
The Blue Lagoon Island excursion is on of the main attractions in The Bahamas, and just a 40-minute - 3 miles (5 km) - scenic boat ride away from the cruise port in Nassau.Can you bring your own towel to Blue Lagoon? ›
You are welcome to bring your own towel, robe, slippers or whatever else you might need during your stay.Do you need water shoes for Blue Lagoon Bahamas? ›
Many guests prefer to use flip-flops while walking in and around the water. If you would like to wear flip-flops, you may bring them with you or purchase them at the Blue Lagoon reception desk. Water shoes are allowed, but we don't offer them for sale.What is the dress code for Blue Lagoon? ›
1. Is there a dress code policy? Yes, Dress code: Smart casual dress code applies for dinner, for men and women. No sports wear, no swimwear, no flip flops.Is 2 hours enough at the Blue Lagoon? ›
How much time does it take to visit the Blue Lagoon? We recommend allowing at least 2 hours at the Blue Lagoon to have enough time to really enjoy the pools.Can I take my phone in the Blue Lagoon? ›
Phones and cameras are allowed in the lagoon. However, there are no designated places to set them and keep them safe when not in use. You can place your phone or camera on an exposed rock or deck but do so at your own risk.What not to do at the Blue Lagoon? ›
Don't. Don't get your hair wet. Or if you do, load up on conditioner in the shower before and after you leave the lagoon. The water is very drying to hair, even though it is great for your skin!Is it better to go to Blue Lagoon in the morning or afternoon? ›
The best time to visit the Blue Lagoon is in the evening or early morning. During these times of the day, it's less crowded, and the waiting lines are shorter. In the evening it's possible to enjoy the northern lights or the midnight sun, depending on the season.What time of day is best to do Blue Lagoon? ›
The best time to visit the Blue Lagoon is either in the morning or evening to avoid crowds. If you go in the evening, you may see the northern lights or midnight sun during your excursion, depending on whether you visit in the winter or summer.
The best time to visit the Blue Lagoon is in the evening to enjoy the midnight sun in summer or the northern lights in winter. The average water temperature is 102 F (39 C) all year. The Blue Lagoon is not natural and was formed in 1976.What is the least crowded beach in Nassau Bahamas? ›
Junkanoo Beach is located close to downtown Nassau, within walking distance from the cruise port. It's the perfect choice for cruisers who don't want to venture far from the ship. This public beach is a bit smaller than some of Nassau's other beaches, so it tends to stay less crowded.
Junkanoo beach is a very safe area of Nassau. It is heavily filled with tourists, both from the local resorts and the cruise ships. The beach is a short walk from the cruise port so you will commonly see lots of cruise ship passengers each day.What is the most secluded beach in Nassau? ›
The atmosphere is incredibly relaxing since Coral Harbor is one of the most secluded beaches in Nassau and is relatively unspoiled. It's never overcrowded, and there is plenty of space to have fun.Is Blue Lagoon free? ›
A visit to the Blue Lagoon is not free. You can enter the premises (parking lot, cafe, shop, etc.) for free, but to access the geothermal waters there is an entrance fee.Is it free to swim in the Blue Lagoon? ›
Most pictures of the Blue Lagoon show the part that you have to pay to get into. However, if you see more natural looking areas with no one in the water, chances are that you might be seeing the free portion of the Blue Lagoon. This area is open 24 hours a day and requires no payment at all.Is it free to go to the Blue Lagoon beach? ›
Blue Lagoon Beach Entrance Fee
Visit to the Blue Lagoon Beach is no entrance fee required, however it just small amount of 10,000 IDR for parking.
The minerals in the water are so powerful, they tend to remove nail polish, or even cause some to have a rusted effect. Your best bet is not wearing nail polish at all; you can always re-paint your nails after.Can you bring food to Blue Lagoon? ›
No, we don't allow guests to bring their own food. Blue Lagoon has multiple culinary options, ranging from nourishing light snacks to unforgettable gourmet experiences.How much is lunch at Blue Lagoon Bahamas? ›
You can pay $20 plus tax for lunch person on the island for lunch that is a buffet with many choices and includes a drink. OR you can pay for a Beach Day upgrade for $36,55 for adults or $25.80 (kids ages 3-12) that includes the lunch, drink and use of the inflatable water park. We accept credit cards as well as cash.
Blue Lagoon Island Beach
You can swim in a hidden lagoon with clear blue water, snorkel right off the beach and see coral reefs teeming with numerous species of tropical fish, sunbathe on white-sand beaches surrounded by coconut palm trees, and walk through lush natural vegetation that is the habitat for nesting birds.
Nassau's Cable Beach is free to access. If you're planning to use a beach chair, grab some food, or borrow some water-sports equipment, there will be an associated charge.What can you not bring into The Bahamas? ›
Anything except fresh fruits, vegetables and dairy products can be brought into The Bahamas. All meats must be canned or frozen. What foods are available in local markets?Do you take your passport on shore excursions? ›
Should you take your passport with you on shore excursions? No, you shouldn't bring your passport, unless your tour requires it. We recommend bringing your driver's license as a form of ID instead.What happens if you go to The Bahamas without a passport? ›
It is legal to enter The Bahamas by sea without a passport, and if you return to the same U.S. port you departed from, you will probably be fine. However, the US. State Department advises U.S. citizens to have a valid passport in hand just in case they have to fly home in an emergency.Is 3 hours enough at Blue Lagoon? ›
Depending on whether or not you want to dine at the Blue Lagoon and how many spa treatments you want to experience, you should stay for between two and four hours. There is actually a luxurious hotel onsite too, so it is possible to stay overnight to truly indulge.Is Sky Lagoon cheaper than Blue Lagoon? ›
Price. The Blue Lagoon and the Sky Lagoon in Reykjavik are fairly similarly priced. For the Blue Lagoon, the most basic Comfort package of ISK 11,990 (approx USD $83) includes entrance to the lagoon, towel, mud mask and a drink.Do you shower at the Blue Lagoon? ›
All guests must shower—without a swimsuit—before entering the Blue Lagoon. Use of Blue Lagoon skin care shower gel and hair conditioner is complimentary. If you desire more privacy while you shower, locate a shower that is equipped with a door. Geothermal seawater has high levels of silica.Should you get your hair wet at the Blue Lagoon? ›
The Blue Lagoon water has high levels of silica. Silica is not harmful to hair. However, if you get your hair wet from the water, it can become stiff and difficult to manage. We highly recommend you apply conditioner to your hair and leave it in while you bathe.Do you have to wear flip flops at Blue Lagoon? ›
Do I need flip-flops for the Blue Lagoon? Many people prefer to wear flip-flops in and around the water at the Blue Lagoon. You can either bring your own flip-flops or buy them at the reception desk. Water shoes are also allowed, but they aren't available to purchase.
So bring a water bottle! The tap water in Iceland is safe (and recommended) to drink, but the Blue Lagoon also has bottle refill stations. So at the very least, you can fill it up on your way out! My favorite travel bottle is the Bindl Bottle!Can you go to Blue Lagoon Nassau without an excursion? ›
You have to book a package or tour to visit the island. Your tour or package includes boat transportation to and from the island and if you book an animal encounter, know that you can use other facilities on the island, including the beach.Can I wear my Apple watch in the Blue Lagoon? ›
It is recommended that you leave all your jewelry and watches in the locker and the water might cause some damage to them. After having fun with the locker, you will need to shower before going into the lagoon. It is compulsory to shower and wash with soap.Can you wear jewelry in the Blue Lagoon? ›
It is best not to wear jewelry in the water as the silica, algae, minerals can accumulate in the jewelry and be difficult to remove. Either lock jewelry in your locker or keep it in the hotel safe. As the temperature is very warm, it is recommended to drink water before, during, and after your soak in the Blue Lagoon.Can I wear a shower cap in the Blue Lagoon? ›
Mineral Rich Water
The Blue Lagoon affects your hair. Depending on your hair type and how sensitive you are, you might want to use a shower cap or keep your head and hair out of the water. The Silica in the water is not harmful to your hair, but it can get stiff and difficult to manage.
The Blue Lagoon does not allow any skinny dipping. You will have to bring along your swimsuit in order to enter both the water and the saunas.How do you take pictures at the Blue Lagoon? ›
Take a few shots with your "good" camera, then secure it in your locker. Take along a waterproof disposable camera, however, to throw around and take awesome photos in the lagoon!Can I explore Nassau without an excursion? ›
Nassau is one of the cruise ports where you can absolutely get away without booking an excursion. If you're looking to cruise on a budget (or want to spend the money elsewhere), you can skip booking an excursion. The ships all dock on the northern side of the island right in the heart of downtown Nassau.Can non swimmers go to Blue Lagoon? ›
You don't need to know how to swim to visit the Blue Lagoon. There are many areas where the water is shallow enough that it doesn't pose a danger to non-swimmers. At the edges of the lagoon, the depth less than 0.8m/2.6ft—perfect for lounging and relaxing. The further into the water you go, the deeper it gets.Is it free to go in the Blue Lagoon? ›
FREE AREA AT THE BLUE LAGOON
This area is open 24 hours a day and requires no payment at all. When you arrive to the parking log, you will see the visitor center. As you walk up, you will see some paths off to the left with rocks on either side of it. Follow this path to get to the free portion of the Blue Lagoon.
Is there a beach walking distance to the cruise port? The answer is yes! If you're looking for free things to do in Nassau, Bahamas near the cruise port, a leisurely day at the beach might be the perfect answer. Junkanoo Beach is the closest beach to the Nassau, Bahamas cruise port, Prince George Wharf.Can you walk around Atlantis without day pass? ›
The Atlantis Day Pass allows accessibility to the Casino, Crystal Court shops and Marina Village. As well as to Atlantis beaches, resort pools, Aquaventure water park, The Dig aquarium tour. Tickets must be purchased in advance and Day Pass purchase is required for all non-resort guests.Can you go to the beach on a cruise without an excursion? ›
You absolutely do not have to do shore excursions on a cruise. You are free to come and go at will from most cruise ships while they are in ports of call. Shore excursions are simply one means to explore the areas visited by the ship and to participate in available activities off the ship.Why can't you get your hair wet in the Blue Lagoon? ›
The Blue Lagoon water has high levels of silica. Silica is not harmful to hair. However, if you get your hair wet from the water, it can become stiff and difficult to manage.Do you need to take your own towel to Blue Lagoon? ›
You are welcome to bring your own towel, robe or slippers. However, towels are included in all packages, so there is no need to bring it with you. Was this article helpful?Can you spend a whole day at Blue Lagoon? ›
Whether you choose the Comfort package or the Premium Package, your entrance fee allows you to spend the whole day at the Blue Lagoon. However, you do have to select an arrival time slot when you book your Blue Lagoon tickets, and you'll need to arrive within an hour of that time.What is the best time of day to go to the Blue Lagoon? ›
The best time to visit the Blue Lagoon is in the evening to enjoy the midnight sun in summer or the northern lights in winter. The average water temperature is 102 F (39 C) all year. The Blue Lagoon is not natural and was formed in 1976.How to save money at Blue Lagoon? ›
Summary to Plan Your Visit to the Blue Lagoon Spa
First, if you want to save money, take an evening ticket and book well in advance. It can save you 50% on your ticket price. Second, especially for women, use lots of hair conditioner. The geothermal water can damage your hair, and the conditioner prevents this.
Since the Blue Lagoon gets booked fast, you must pre-book if you plan to visit. Try to book at least a few weeks in advance. Book your entry slot for about four hours before closing. This time slot will give you enough time to enjoy the lagoon while still having the day to explore surrounding areas.Do you have to shower before Blue Lagoon? ›
All guests must shower—without a swimsuit—before entering the Blue Lagoon. Use of Blue Lagoon skin care shower gel and hair conditioner is complimentary. If you desire more privacy while you shower, locate a shower that is equipped with a door.
Getting Into the Blue Lagoon
You have two different ticket options that you can buy. The first is $65 USD. This Comfort level ticket buys you one face mask, one drink and one towel rental. The Premium ticket is $84 USD.