That Iceland is a hiking paradise is well-known, but it is also a land of endless waterfalls. It is fair to say that behind every corner is just another waterfall to discover.
One of the biggest waterfalls in Iceland, situated on the Skógá River. It is located at the ring road 1. Due to the amount of spray the waterfall consistently produces, a single rainbow is normally visible.
Is the most powerful waterfall in Europe and still my all time favorite waterfall in Iceland. It is located near the ring road 1, still a graveled road need to be taken in order to access the Dettifoss.
The waterfall flows downstream from Dettifoss within the depths of the Jökulságljúfur canyon. It is a stunning waterfall, that should not be missed on the way to the Dettifoss.
Is another waterfall on the way to the Dettifoss. The river drops with several waterfalls down, which is really impressive.
Is also named the Golden Falls. It is located at the Golden Circle, the most known route in Iceland.
Is located near the volcano Hekla. It only can be accessed with a 4×4 wheel drive. Please do not try otherwise, the road get’s awful.
Is a series of waterfalls located in the Westfjords of Iceland. It is running over several cascades until you reach the bigged waterfall at the top.
Is located at the road 1. The waterfall is special because it is possible to hike behind it. Even that you will be totally wet afterwards the experience is totally worth it.
It is a series of waterfalls. It can be easily accessed with a normal car.
Is located near Hekla and can be accessed with a normal car. Even that the road is graveled, it is doable when driving slowly.
Is a waterfall in the Vatnajökull National Park. The park is located near the ring road 1 and can be accessed with a normal car.
Is for me one of the most beautiful and overlooked waterfalls in Iceland. It is a bit of the hike to it but it is totally worth it. We hike 45 minutes to the waterfall itself. After that we hikes 60 more minutes to the top of the waterfall.
Is located in the highlands of Iceland. It is at the northern end of the Sprengisandur Highland Road. For us this was a nice surprise after a full day of driving through the desert.
Also named waterfall of the gods. It is located at the ring road 1 and can be easily accessed. For me this was the least stunning waterfall in Iceland. Sadly it is really overrun by tourist buses.
Waterfall at Spengisandur
Sadly I do not recall the name but it is close to the Aldeyjarfoss.