waterfalls are part of Iceland’s natural resources that always
attract attention. Whether thunderously majestic or exquisitely subtle,
they are unparalleled. Gullfoss—the Golden falls (32m, 105
ft)—has long been a natural icon. But it is Dettifoss (44m, 144
ft), in the northeast, which is Europe’s most powerful waterfall.
Both have glacial origins, but there are countless freshwater falls,
Goðafoss (12m 39 ft.)in
the northeast; and Skogarfoss (62 m., 203 ft.) and Seljalandsfoss (60
m, 197 ft ) both on the south coast, are gorgeous freshwater falls, all
well worth a look.
If you love waterfalls, let f-stop tours
show you some real gems!