Our 18 Favorite Waterfalls From Iceland

Our 18 Favorite Waterfalls From Iceland

Iceland is often called the land of fire and ice. It should be called the land of waterfalls, too, in our opinion. It’s home to so many beautiful and powerful waterfalls that it was hard to keep track of them after our second day or so. Still we try the impossible: show you our favorites – grouped by region, in no particular order. We’ll fail for sure but at least you can enjoy a bunch of nice pictures of them. 😛

Glymur, Reykjavík area

Glymur, Iceland

Hraunfossar, Reykjavík area

Hraunfossar, Iceland

Bjarnarfoss, Snæfellsnes Peninsula

Bjarnarfoss, Snæfellsnes Peninsula, Iceland

Dynjandi, Westfjords

Dynjandi, Westfjords, Iceland

Dynjandi, Westfjords, Iceland

Aldeyjarfoss, Highlands

Aldeyjarfoss, Highlands

Kolufossar, Northern Iceland

Kolufossar, Northern Iceland

Goðafoss, Northern Iceland

Goðafoss, Northern Iceland

Dettifoss, Northern Iceland

Dettifoss, Northern Iceland

Hafragilsfoss, Northern Iceland

Hafragilsfoss, Northern Iceland

Selfoss, Northern Iceland

Selfoss, Northern Iceland

Hengifoss, Eastern Iceland

Hengifoss, Eastern Iceland

Fardagafoss, Eastern Iceland

Fardagafoss, Eastern Iceland

Svartifoss, Southern Iceland

Svartifoss, Iceland

Seljalandsfoss, Southern Iceland

favorite_waterfalls_iceland_seljalandsfoss

Skógafoss & waterfalls of the Skógar Valley, Southern Iceland

Skógafoss, Iceland

Skógar Valley, Iceland

Skógar Valley, Iceland

Þjófafoss, Southern Iceland

Þjófafoss, Southern Iceland

Brúarfoss, Southern Iceland

Brúarfoss, Southern Iceland

Gullfoss, Southern Iceland

Gullfoss, Iceland

Without the countless roadside waterfalls, this list, of course, can’t be complete. We don’t even know them by name though they made us stop after every second curve. At least we tried. 😀

Do you have favorite waterfalls?

PIN IT!


200+ Travel Tips For Hungary

Get our free e-book and join the community!

Want to find a place for travel in your life? Want to find your happy places – and happy trails? Subscribe to our monthly newsletter where we share insider tips, updates and more. Get our e-book with all the tips you need before visiting Hungary as a first gift.

 

One Response

  1. […] have to admit we spent less time in Reykjavík than we originally planned. Chasing waterfalls is something we just can’t resist and Iceland is full of temptations in these terms… 😀 So we […]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.