The Godafoss-waterfall, meaning "waterfall of the gods" in Icelandic, is the largest waterfall on the Skjalfandafljot glacial river which flows from the Icelandic highland. It's semicircle in shape and even though it's only 12 meters high and 30 meters wide, it's one of the great most beautiful waterfalls in Iceland, set in a beautiful natural winter and summer wonderland. There's good access on both sides of the waterfall but you must be very careful as the rocks are quite slippery. It's located in the north-eastern of Iceland and easily accessible by road and entry and parking is free. It's also wheelchair accessible.