sunshine--itsfine asked: do you have a tagged page for images of various Geothermal Baths around Iceland?
I try to be organized with my tags. Check out hot springs for all of my geothermal posts. They are not necessarily pools that you can bathe in. Some are boiling mudpots and others mineral steam vents.
There used to be a really good website with info on almost all known natural hot springs that you could bathe in. However the owner took it down and published a book, Hotsprings in Iceland.
Swimming In Iceland has an extensive list though. They have information about every single public swimming pool in Iceland and a short list of the most popular natural springs.
fortun3 asked: ahh I went to Iceland beginning of April on a Geography trip, the Blue Lagoon has to be the most amazing place
Yes it is. You can see several posts I’ve made about the Blue Lagoon. However as I said before, the blue lagoon is actually industrial waste. The hot water is a byproduct of the geothermal powerplant right next to it. This doesn’t make it any less nice though. However you should try take a bath in a natural hot spring as well. The one most accessible and close to Reykjavík is the hot river in Reykjadalur. It is particularly nice for large groups, as it can literally fit hundreds. However there are several more in the southern lowlands as well. They can be hard to find, but there is a book about hot springs in Iceland.