Gullfoss is a massive waterfall on the river Hvita which originates in the glacial lake Langjokull. Gullfoss means 'golden falls' because the glacial sediment in the water turns the falls golden in the sunlight. The water falls 105 feet (32 meters) ... 

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Riding on a rainy day

August 2013

Enjoying the horse ride and the beautiful scenery. The farm had everything we needed to stay warm and dry on the rainy and windy day.

Gullfoss

July 2013

Iceland's Golden Falls were a highlight of the tour.

Iceland's Wildlife: Icelandic Falcon, Reykjavik

November 2011

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Icelandic Falcon, Reykjavik

Iceland's Wildlife: Puffins

November 2011

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A pair of Puffins, Reykjavik

Gullfoss

October 2010

October 6, 2010

Thingvallavatn

February 2010

Sarah C
United Kingdom

Sunrise over the lake at Thingvallir - a fantastic start to the tour.

Sunset

January 2010

Philip M
United Kingdom

Sunset over a Fire and Ice landscape

Gulfoss

March 2009

JAYNE S
United Kingdom

Before walking the slippery walk to Gulfoss

The Geysir at Strokkur

April 2015

Shots of the geysir in action, goes off every 5-8 minutes so you can see it go off a few times while visiting the site.

Amazing Sky

April 2015

Susan H
United Kingdom

Just one of the amazing views we experienced.

Mount up

March 2015

Getting to know your horse. Don't dare call it a Pony!

Relief....

March 2015

Just glad to be home.

Gullfoss waterfall during a snow storm

January 2015

Standing near the water's edge at the Gullfoss waterfall. Some walkways were blocked off due to the weather, but you were able to still get a great view of the waterfall.

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