Most Beautiful Waterfalls in the World

To see a waterfall is a wonderful experience and nothing as inspiring as that. The wild and beautiful waterfalls have always been a great source for amazing photography. The silvery white cascades of gushing water, the thundering roar when it hits the ground, the heaps of cloud-like mist rising, and the rainbows reflects in its spray – all revitalize our mind.

Sutherland Falls: Fiord land, New Zealand

Sutherland Falls is located in the wild Fiord land National Park. This 580m waterfall is New Zealand’s one of the most enchanting locations.

Dettifoss: Jökulsárgljúfur, Iceland

Dettifoss, the most powerful waterfall of Europe, can send glacial meltwaters over its 44m precipice unchecked at a flow of around 500 cubic meters per second. This is a much loved spot for the Icelandic lovers.

Gullfoss: Haukadalur, Iceland

Gullfoss flows on the Hvítá River at 90 degree angles. It is situated in the Golden Circle of Iceland.

Kaieteur Falls: Potaro River, Guyana

Dubbed the tallest single-drop waterfalls,Kaieteur Falls sits at the top of the ancient Guyana Shield in the midst of the most beautiful rainforest on earth.

YosemiteFalls: California, USA

Yosemite Falls is regarded as one of the tallest waterfalls in the world at 2425ft. It sits in the incomparable Yosemite Valley.

Angel Falls (Salto Ángel): Canaima, Venezuela

Angel Falls flows unchecked from a mystical mountain in the Venezuelan equatorial rainforest. This 807m waterfall is the tallest permanent waterfall in the world.

Plitvice Waterfalls: Northern Dalmatia, Croatia

All the above mentioned waterfalls are singular in nature, but this one is a network of many waterfalls. The waterfalls unite many places and colorful lakes into one enchanting experience.

 Niagara Falls: Ontario, Canada/New York, USA

Niagara Falls, as we all know, ranks as the biggest one with a volume of about 750,000 gallons per second.

Victoria Falls(Mosi-Oa-Tunya): Livingstone, Zambia

Victoria Falls, the world’s largest waterfalls in the world with a width of 1.7km, a height of 108m, and an average flow of 1 million liters per second. Dubbed as “smoke that thunders”, this waterfall is considered to be one of the seven wonders of the world and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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