According to Budget Traveler as reported by CNN: Located on the southwest coast of Iceland, this is one of the most unconventional-looking waterfalls around. It's two-tiered, and even though neither drop is particularly high, together they make for an incredible sight. The first fall cascades to the right, the water churning around before hitting a sheer cliff, where it turns to the left and drops again. Best time to go: Go during June, July and August, when the ice has melted and temperatures are at their warmest (ranging from 55 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit).
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