We drove over to Seljalandsfoss Waterfall and that was our last stop. I’ve actually seen photos of this waterfall for the last few years and have wanted to go so badly. I’ve heard amazing things about this waterfall and it’s one of the few that actually has a path behind it that allows you to look out into the landscape through the water. If it weren’t a freezing, super windy and after sunset, we would have walked behind the water but since the climate was not the most supportive of that, we decided against it.
If you get a chance to go there and the weather is great or you’re brave enough to deal with the coldness, it is definitely worth it. Be mindful that you will hit with the water from the waterfall so be prepared for that. We walked over, took our pictures and looked out over the world while we stood there. I have to be honest, I wish it was little warmer so that we could have stayed a bit longer and done the walk but since it was so cold and the sun had officially set, it was way too cold to stay out there. After making our way out to the waterfall and then back to the bus, it was time for us to finally make our way back to Reykjavik.