Selajalandsfoss Waterfall is famous for its picture that was taken from behind. At that time, the road to get to the behind waterfall was icy and slippery. Our guide advised us not go to the back. So we just wandered around the open air landscape surrounding the waterfall.
Skogafoss was another epic waterfall in Iceland, the edges that flanked the water stream are more curvy than those in Seljalandsfoss. The waterfall was also bigger than Seljalandsfoss.
The stop was a bonus from our guide. It has the highest volume of all waterfall in Iceland with 360 m3 per seconds. The falls is 6 meters, and the power is more than 100 MW. There was a plant that almost going to be built near the waterfall.
Reynifsjara is the famous black beach in Iceland. The sand is black, and it also famous for its basalt sea stack. Again, at the time the weather quite bad that the road to the basalt rock was blocked. So we just play in the beach.