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We really enjoyed these falls! You can view both sides of the falls and walk to the bottom on the one side. As others have said, there is construction for what looks like viewing platforms. People are able to get to the edge of the...More
One of THE falls you come to see in Iceland.
We went with a tour van like almost everyone else because everything in Iceland is 2 hours from anything else.
The positive is that it’s an amazing sight and you should be on your own...More
These falls, whilst not the greatest in the world, are interesting and very scenic in this wide open landscape. Easily approached from car parks by paths which are being improved along both sides of the Skalfandafljot river you come to the falls in about 10...More
If you're in the Akureyri area in Iceland, this is a must visit. The path to see the whole waterfall is easily walkable where there are photo opts along the way. The walk takes about 10-15 minutes and at the end, you will see the...More
You can walk all around these falls, some were going so near the edge, but they seem to be in the process af building viewing areas with barriers to stop the public from approaching too close. I can understand why, because there were so many...More
We were on a tour and only had one hour to explore the Falls. The area is expansive and the view is different from each vantage point (the bridge, the left of the falls, the right of the falls, upper rail, lower trail, etc).
This area has the beautiful Godafoss waterfall and more. The falls are impressive and a beautiful blue color. There is a smaller fall downstream near the bridge. Another waterfall is approximately 40 minutes away. We lucked out and got to watch kayakers going over Godafoss....More