Gullfoss Waterfall – Central Iceland

Gullfoss Waterfall translates as the Golden Falls. It is the largest waterfall in Iceland and Europe. Gullfoss is one of the featured locations on the famous Golden Circle Tour.

Skútafoss Waterfall – East Iceland

Skútafoss waterfall on a cold day.

Skútafoss is a double waterfall near the East coast of Iceland.  It is a lesser known waterfall just a short drive from Iceland’s famous Vestrahorn Mountain. 

Goðafoss Waterfall – North Iceland

Goðafoss Waterfall Godafoss is located in the North Central region of Iceland about 40 minutes drive from Akureyri and about 40 minutes from Mývatn.

Godafoss waterfall is located in the North Central region of Iceland about 40 minutes drive from Akureyri and about 40 minutes from Mývatn lake. Goðafoss Waterfall is a dynamic waterfall with many great photography angles.

Winter waterfalls in Iceland

Iceland could be know as the land of waterfalls. There are so many that nobody knows how many there are exactly. In the Winter, some waterfalls can freeze but the larger waterfalls keep flowing.

Seljalandsfoss Waterfall – South Iceland

There can be good light at Seljalandsfoss waterfall on a Summer evening, the sun sets in the North Western sky, it’s possible to catch incredible sunsets from behind Seljalandsfoss waterfall.

Faxifoss Waterfall – West Iceland

Faxifoss is a salmon waterfall. To help the salmon get upstream, Icelanders have constructed a salmon ladder up the side of the falls so that the fish can have an easy time

Dettifoss Waterfall – North Iceland

Dettifoss waterfall Iceland photo location

Dettifoss is the most powerful waterfall in Europe and just to feel the surrounding rocks in a constant state of vibration confirms this fact…

Hraunfossar Waterfall – West Iceland

Just one hour from Reykjavik we leave the ring road and drive through some beautiful Icelandic countryside and geothermal areas to get to Hraunfossar Waterfall.