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    Iceland is the place to be this summer to see incredible displays of nature and to take advantage of the mild weather and the longer days of sunlight.

    • Rosalee Menard

      Relax and take a look at some of the world's most beautiful waterfalls, including Niagara Falls in New York, Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, Yosemite Falls in California and Huangguoshu Falls in China.

    • Eileen Decker

      With a 200-foot drop, Sk�gafoss -- located in Sk�gar, Iceland -- rivals Gullfoss as the country�s most famous and tallest waterfall. According to legend, the first Viking settler in the area buried a treasure chest in the cave behind the waterfall. Locals found the chest, but were only able to grasp a ring, which is now on display at a local museum. Designated camping areas and hiking trails along the Sk�g� River have made this waterfall a popular tourist spot.

    • Shannon Lee

      Skogafoss waterfall, Iceland. Visited this waterfall on a tour when we lived in Iceland.

    • Danielle Martin

      This is Iceland?! Guess a visit here is being added to my bucket list!

    • Linda Tella

      200-foot drop, Skógafoss -- located in Skógar, Iceland

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      Most Amazing Waterfall Wonders From Around the World

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