Mígandi or Mígindisfoss is a waterfall in Eyjafjörður, just south of the Múlagöng (Tunnel) in Ólafsfjörður, north Iceland.
Migandi waterfall is in a large river that comes down the slope and then drops into a tide out of high hammers.
Waterfall Migandi is a landmark in both the sea and the land. It is considered to be one of the highest waterfalls in Eyjafjarðarsýsla and is over 100 m high!
When the wind is ashore, it can blow under the waterfall so that it floats in the air.
Location: Road 82, near Múlagöng (tunnel), north Iceland.
Driving from Reykjavik takes approximately 5 hours.
The video above was shot with the Dji Mavic Air 2.
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