If you are in Iceland it‘s a place to stop at, even though it can be a bit crowded during the day it‘s still worth the visit. Seljalandsfoss is running from the mighty Eyjafjallajökull, if you haven‘t heard about it you missed a lot. Eyjafjallajökull erupted in 2010 causing a big part of the air traffic in the world to stop due to ash. The waterfall itself is stunning with its beautiful cliffs and grassy slopes. The waterfall is 62 meters high and you can walk behind it. When walking behind it you will get wet, so wear rain clothes if you don’t want to be soaking. If traveling in the winter the walking path can be closed due to the icy condition.