1- Niagara Falls on the Border between Canada and the United States of America  The Niagara Falls are probably the most famous waterfalls in the world. Situated between the Canadian and American Border and only separated by an island, the Horseshoe Falls on the Canadian side are much more impressive since the  water here drops around 53 meters, while the water on the American Falls only fall 21 meters.

1- Niagara Falls on the Border between Canada and the United States of America The Niagara Falls are probably the most famous waterfalls in the world. Situated between the Canadian and American Border and only separated by an island, the Horseshoe Falls on the Canadian side are much more impressive since the water here drops around 53 meters, while the water on the American Falls only fall 21 meters.

10- Nohkalikai Falls in India   If you are planing on going to India, you will be able to make a stop at those amazing Waterfalls who form a pool right below and have the water turn green there. At Nohkalikai, the colors stand in a huge contrast and make it absolutely worth visiting them. If you wish on going to Nohkalikai, we would recommend you to fly to Dehli first, before going to the Waterfalls.

10- Nohkalikai Falls in India If you are planing on going to India, you will be able to make a stop at those amazing Waterfalls who form a pool right below and have the water turn green there. At Nohkalikai, the colors stand in a huge contrast and make it absolutely worth visiting them. If you wish on going to Nohkalikai, we would recommend you to fly to Dehli first, before going to the Waterfalls.

9- Sutherland Falls in New Zealand  Being situated close to Australia, New Zealand has on it’s southern Island one amazing Waterfall. Falling in three cascades, you will be witnessing an amazing landscape and have the opportunity to take amazing pictures. If you want to see this waterfall, you will have to walk for about 2-3 days, which can be pretty nice, but, make a reservation to enter the National Park in advance, since there are only 40 people allowed to enter the Milford Track each day

9- Sutherland Falls in New Zealand Being situated close to Australia, New Zealand has on it’s southern Island one amazing Waterfall. Falling in three cascades, you will be witnessing an amazing landscape and have the opportunity to take amazing pictures. If you want to see this waterfall, you will have to walk for about 2-3 days, which can be pretty nice, but, make a reservation to enter the National Park in advance, since there are only 40 people allowed to enter the Milford Track each day

8- Yosemite Falls, California  Being the highest waterfall in North America, you can expect a lot of tourists visiting the Yosemite. Separated in three different Falls, you can easily have access to the lower waterfalls, while the upper ones are only accessible if you are ready to wander up those mountains (it can be quite exhausting).

8- Yosemite Falls, California Being the highest waterfall in North America, you can expect a lot of tourists visiting the Yosemite. Separated in three different Falls, you can easily have access to the lower waterfalls, while the upper ones are only accessible if you are ready to wander up those mountains (it can be quite exhausting).

7- Plitvice Falls, Croatia  The Plitvice Falls stand in a perfect contrast to the Natural Park where it is situated. There are over 100 of small waterfalls which will reach from being crystal clear, to azure or to a beautiful turquoise.

7- Plitvice Falls, Croatia The Plitvice Falls stand in a perfect contrast to the Natural Park where it is situated. There are over 100 of small waterfalls which will reach from being crystal clear, to azure or to a beautiful turquoise.

6- Gullfors in Iceland  Like we already told you, Iceland is an amazing country with some beautiful landscapes. If you are thinking of going there, you should absolutely visit the Golden Falls (also called Gullfors). In Winter, you will not be able to see that much water running down, because it will mostly be frozen.

6- Gullfors in Iceland Like we already told you, Iceland is an amazing country with some beautiful landscapes. If you are thinking of going there, you should absolutely visit the Golden Falls (also called Gullfors). In Winter, you will not be able to see that much water running down, because it will mostly be frozen.

5- Kaieteur Waterfalls in Guyana   If you are willing to see these waterfalls, you must like extreme trips, since it is in the middle of a wilderness without any urban amenities. Still it is absolutely worth it and probably the experience of your lifetime.

5- Kaieteur Waterfalls in Guyana If you are willing to see these waterfalls, you must like extreme trips, since it is in the middle of a wilderness without any urban amenities. Still it is absolutely worth it and probably the experience of your lifetime.

4- Angel Falls in Venezuela  Considered the highest Waterfall in the world (979 meters), Angel Falls are absolutely a must-see. Protected by UNESCO, you will have to visit the Canaima National Park. It is considered as Venezuela’s top attractions, so you might want to leave your hotel early, so that there aren’t as many tourists the you arrive. If you wish on visiting the Angel Falls, you should fly to Caracas first and then travel to the Waterfalls.

4- Angel Falls in Venezuela Considered the highest Waterfall in the world (979 meters), Angel Falls are absolutely a must-see. Protected by UNESCO, you will have to visit the Canaima National Park. It is considered as Venezuela’s top attractions, so you might want to leave your hotel early, so that there aren’t as many tourists the you arrive. If you wish on visiting the Angel Falls, you should fly to Caracas first and then travel to the Waterfalls.

3- Iguazú Falls, between Argentina and Brazil  The Iguazú Falls are the most impressive waterfalls in South America. With its total of 275 waterfalls, you can experience them either by taking a boat trip underneath them, or by visiting the Island in the morning (only possible in the mornings, since the water is rising in the afternoon). Absolutely stunning is the Garganta del Diablo, spanish for the Devilsthroat. Since there have been several people that committed suicide by those waterfalls

3- Iguazú Falls, between Argentina and Brazil The Iguazú Falls are the most impressive waterfalls in South America. With its total of 275 waterfalls, you can experience them either by taking a boat trip underneath them, or by visiting the Island in the morning (only possible in the mornings, since the water is rising in the afternoon). Absolutely stunning is the Garganta del Diablo, spanish for the Devilsthroat. Since there have been several people that committed suicide by those waterfalls

2- Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe  Located on the Zambia and Zimbabwe border, you will be able to spot those waterfalls from many kilometers away. Near the Waterfall, there is also a jungle which you can visit.

2- Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe Located on the Zambia and Zimbabwe border, you will be able to spot those waterfalls from many kilometers away. Near the Waterfall, there is also a jungle which you can visit.


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