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A great waterfall that you can walk behind on a good day. Easy to visit, for photography I recommend afternoon or evening.
The waterfall drops 60 m and is part of the Seljalands River that has its origin in the volcano glacier Eyjafjallajökull.
Seljalandsfoss is a waterfall that can be fully encircled, situated on the South Coast of Iceland with a drop of 60 metres (200 feet). Many of the vacation packages on offer promise plenty of time at Seljalandsfoss
A must visit. And if you make it here you have to visit Gljúfrafoss next door. Take waterproofs (for the spray) and Wellington boots (or change of shoes/socks) to get the most from your visit.
Seljalandsfoss it is one of the country's most famous and visited waterfalls.
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“One of the great waterfalls of the South. Easy to access and it is nice to do a short hiking up by the waterfall. Best time to visit is morning or evening”
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