Iceland could be called the land of waterfalls. With over 10,000, it is a safe bet that you won’t be able to visit even one hundredth of them in one visit. Since Iceland is not only blessed with gorgeous waterfalls, but is brimming with loads of other natural sites, make sure you visit the following very impressive ones that are bound to take our breath away. Godafoss with a height of 12 m, Gullfoss at 32 m and Seljalandsfoss at 65 m. Godafoss also known as the waterfall of the gods, although not one of the tallest, it is definitely one of the widest and resembles the Niagara falls of Canada. Gullfoss is a two tier waterfall that runs in two different directions due to the landscape it covers, while Seljalandsfoss has one of the most impressive narrow drops, also allowing for visitors to walk behind it. The volcanic terrain of Iceland makes it a hub of hot springs and spectacular geysers, with the most spectacular one being referred to as The Great Geysir, or else as the mother of geysers. It spews hot water as high as 70 m from the ground. The national park and ice cave at Skaftafell is also unmissable, as is a trip to the infamous Blue lagoon. The astonishing site of the Aurora Borealis makes its appearance in late August to mid April, so if you want to experience that, choose to visit Iceland during late summer.