Seljalandsfoss Waterfall

Seljalandsfoss is a popular waterfall located in South Iceland where the Ring Road and the road to Þórsmörk split. The river Seljalandsá which originates in the famous Eyjafjallajökull glacier plunges down about 60 meters. What makes this waterfall really special, however, is that you are able to walk behind it. Just remember to bring good shoes and a waterproof jacket, you might get wet! The ground behind the waterfall is not paved and uneven so please always be careful.

This location is visited during tours covering the south alongside Skógafoss waterfall and the town Vik. Currently there is a controversy going on about a big information center being build there. More service is necessary but the people opposing the plan say a big center may ruin the view of the waterfall.

TOURS AROUND THIS AREA

South Shore Adventure

South Shore Adventure
A scenic day tour along the south coast of Iceland. Visiting the waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss and more.
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Prime Golden Circle and South Shore

Prime Golden Circle and South Shore
Two day tours for a special price: The Golden Circle on Saturday and the South Shore on Monday
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Prime Reykjavik Golden Circle Package

Prime Reykjavik Golden Circle Package
Three tours for a special price! A city tour and the blue lagoon on Friday, the Prime Golden Circle on Saturday and the South on Monday!
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Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon Experience

Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon Experience
Visit the famous Ice lagoon in the south east of Iceland. It is truly magical and has been a setting for many big movies.
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Private Tour to Jökulsárlón

Private Tour to Jökulsárlón
Take this tour to see basically the entire south of Iceland in one day with your own driver and vehicle.
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Glacier walk and south Iceland

Glacier walk and south Iceland
Join us on a tour along the south shore and experience a glacier during a glacier hike.
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Þórsmörk Superjeep ramble

Þórsmörk Superjeep ramble
Get your own driver and Superjeep for this adventure in the highlands of Iceland.
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