Iceland's Capital and South Region Waterfalls
This page focuses on the South Iceland Waterfalls. For more geographical clarity, we’re only including waterfalls officially residing in the South Region (Suðurland) and the Capital Region (Höfuðborgarsvæði).
If you look at our full-up Iceland Waterfalls page, you may notice that almost half of all the waterfalls that we’ve surveyed in the country can be found on this page. In fact, I contend that the vast majority of visitors never venture beyond these regions if they’re part of a self-guided or guided tour on limited time.
Nevertheless, this region includes Iceland’s most famous waterfall (Gullfoss) as well as the country’s tallest waterfall (Glymur).
And even though we’ve sampled a fairly significant quantity of major waterfalls in Iceland’s South Region and Capital Region, there were still large expanses of wilderness that we had yet to explore. Surely with such unexplored parts of Iceland’s most populous regions, there’s bound to be more waterfalls to discover and share on this website.
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