Iceland is full of natural wonders – a main one being the seemingly endless amount of waterfalls to visit. With so many to choose from, the task of trying to decide which to visit can be a bit overwhelming. Here’s my recommendation of what waterfalls to visit; our group saw 4 of the 6 mentioned below, and they didn’t disappoint!
The Top 6 Waterfalls In Iceland That You Need To Visit
Located on the southern coast, this is the first waterfall that we visited in Iceland! A highlight of this waterfall is that you can actually walk behind it, which is such an amazing feeling!
Just a 20 minute drive from Seljalandsfoss, this massive waterfall is nearly 200 feet high! There is also a path that climbs up the side that allows you to view it from the summit.
Gullfoss is one of the main stops on the Golden Circle tour, and a beautiful and humbling waterfall to see. Its raging waters drop down into a deep gorge below.
Located up north, there are tiny waterfalls located near the famous Kirkjufell mountain. It’s not much of a sight in itself, but beautiful with Kirkjufell as your background!
While we didn’t get a chance to see Godafoss, it’s one of the most famous waterfalls in the north, along with Iceland as a whole. If I ever travel up to Northern Iceland, this is a guaranteed sight to see.
Another one we didn’t see, but it’s regarded as one of the top waterfalls in Iceland – mainly due to its surrounding basalt columns. It’s located in Vatnajokull National Park in the southern region.
Any other great waterfalls of Iceland that can’t be missed? Let me know in the comments below!