Iceland is unusually well suited for waterfalls. The island has a north Atlantic climate that produces frequent rain and snow and a near-Arctic location that produces large glaciers, whose summer melts feed many rivers. As a result, it is home to a number of large and powerful waterfalls. It has been estimated that in Iceland there are close to 12.000 waterfalls over 2 meter high.
In this tour you can see various waterfalls in different parts of Iceland, Gullfoss (Part of the Golden Circle), Brúarfoss (South-West Iceland), Seljalandsfoss (South Coast), Skógafoss (South Coast), Klifbrekkufossar (East Fjords), Goðafoss (North Iceland), Aldeyjarfoss (North Iceland) and Dettifoss (North-East Iceland)