Gullfoss (meaning “Golden Falls”) is one of Iceland’s most iconic waterfalls found in the Hvítá river canyon in south-west Iceland. It is very easy to access as part of the Golden Circle route. The photo can’t make justice of how huge this waterfall is. In fact it has two stages. The first, shorter cascade is 11 meters (36 feet), whilst the second drop is 21 meters (69 feet). The water afterwards flows through a gorge. Depending on the wind you might get a little wet or a lot. We were lucky enough to have a great sunset when we visited this waterfall! Oh, and an amazing northern lights show over Gullfoss afterwards!
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