10 Waterfall of the Gods

10 Waterfall of the Gods

Iceland is a nation of many astounding waterfalls. The following are the absolute most wonderful waterfalls in Iceland.


This little and beguiling waterfall is arranged close to the noteworthy mount Kirkjufell, at Grundarfjordur, on the Snaefellsnes promontory. For shooting, it is especially picturesque when you catch the fall, the clearness of the water and the mountain out of sight, best experienced in the light of the midnight sun in midsummer.


These stunningly excellent falls, situated in Borgarfjordur in West Iceland, are shaped by rivulets streaming at the edge of the Hallmundarhraun magma field, and fill the icy mass waterway Hvita (not to be mistaken for the stream of a similar name in Arnessysla, home to the Gullfoss waterfall, see beneath). These falls are broadly viewed as probably the most dynamite in Iceland.


This wonderful arrangement of little waterfalls is situated in Bruara stream, in the region of Grimsnes in Southwest Iceland, and considered something of a shrouded pearl. Viewing the waterway falling in a great many little runlets and the stark blue shading as the water falls into a profound crevice makes it an entrancing scene and perfect for capturing.



This intriguing fall is situated in the Skaftafell conservation region in Southeast Iceland, that is a piece of Vatnajokull National Park. The name Svartifoss implies Black Waterfall. An emotional difference is to be found in the white water of the fall and the encompassing dim hexagonal basalt segments. At the base of the fall are sharp shakes that have broken from the segments. This pleasant landscape facilitate gave motivation to the columnar design of Hallgrimskirkja church in Reykjavik, the roof of the National Theater and stone carver Richard Serra’s Milestones, situated in Videy island. 


Hrafnabjargafoss is a delightful waterfall that is situated in the relentless Skjalfandafljotglacier waterway in North Iceland, the first of three progressive ones, the other two being Aldeyjarfoss and Godafoss.



This is the second in a progressive line of excellent falls in Skjalfandafljot waterway and has a 20 meter course. Similarly as with Svartifoss, here you’ll see an entrancing complexity between the white water of the fall and dim basalt sections, culminate view for the ardent picture taker.



This waterfall, 12 meters high and 30 meters wide, is on the double the most renowned of the Skjalfandafljot waterfalls and a standout amongst the most well known in North Iceland and the nation on the loose. As indicated by the adventures, lawspeaker Thorgeir Ljosvetningagodi settled a religious emergency in Iceland by tossing the icons of the old Nordic divine beings into the fall, wherefrom it gets its name “The waterfall of the divine beings”. Surely, the individuals who witness the sheer magnificence of the fall will concur that the name is fitting.


Broadly considered the most excellent of Icelandic waterfalls, the suitably named Gullfoss (“The Golden Waterfall”) has a place with the popular “Brilliant Circle” of basic attractions, alongside the Geysir geothermal territory and Thingvellir National Park. This booming waterfall, situated in the compelling Hvita ice sheet stream in Arnessysla province in South Iceland, drops down 32 meters into a slender waterway pig out and is each picture taker’s fantasy. You can even stroll sufficiently close to feel the water shower all over!



Skogafoss is a famous goal when going along the South Coast of Iceland. It is found near the territory of Skogar. 60 meters wide and 25 high, it is one of the best and most delightful of all waterfalls in Iceland. Picture takers ought to especially take note of that on sunny days it might create a solitary or even a twofold rainbow, due to the solid waterflow’s interchange with the daylight.


Seljalandsfoss is another of broadly prominent falls when venturing to every part of the south drift. This is a thin and tall fall, with a drop of 63 meters, and it has the uncommon qualification that you can really stroll behind it, a fantastic photographic edge. This is for sure viewed as one of Iceland’s most beautiful waterfalls, and significant to visit when going in the nation.

Charvi Shah

Charvi Shah is the co-founder of Love with Travel Blog. She loves helping people unplug from the chaos, follow their bliss, travel more and create better memories. She inspires many people to travel more! Charvi`s travel focus on cultural immersion, authentic discovery and incredible journeys. She has a strong passion for ecotourism and aims to promote responsible travel experiences.

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