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Skógafoss

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Keep your eyes peeled for rainbows!

Located at the foot of the impressive Eyjafjöll mountain range is Skógafoss, a magnificent 60-metre high waterfall where, according to legend, the first Viking settler in the area hid a treasure in the cave behind the cascade.

This is also one of Iceland‘s most photogenic landmarks; since the waterfall produces a lot of mist, rainbows are a common sight on sunny days. Nearby is the Skógar Folk Museum, which boasts an array of interesting artefacts including an original turf farm that shows how people lived hundreds of years ago. 

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Tours including Skógafoss

You could experience Skógafoss through any one of these tours below.

Self-drive

5 days / 4 nights

1 May - 30 Sep

South Iceland Classic

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Self-drive

4 days / 3 nights

1 May - 30 Sep

Golden Circle and South Coast

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10 days / 9 nights

1 May - 30 Sep

Iceland Full Circle Classic

190506ISK

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Guided Groups

5 days / 4 nights

Sep - Oct

The Scenic South & Northern Lights

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