You should be prepared to get a little wet because Seljalandsfoss is one of the very rare waterfalls, anywhere in the world, where it is possible to walk behind the narrow, cascading falls. Following the pathway from the base of the cliff will take you behind the vigorously tumbling waterfall. We recommend you take your time and make the most of an opportunity to take some totally unique photographs.
Seljalandsfoss is on the Seljalands River which flows all the way down from the famous volcano, Eyjafjallajökull!
Where is Seljalandfoss located?
Seljalandsfoss waterfall is located on the south coast 120 km from Reykjavík. For those traveling from an easterly direction the distances are 60 km from Vík and 29.2 km from Skógar waterfall. Other attractions in the area include Hvollsöllur (22 km), the Secret Lagoon at Flúðir (86.4 km) and Reynisfjara (61 km).