In nature, there is probably no such amazing things that have a hypnotic and magical effect on a man like waterfalls. People often make the trip for many kilometers, endure rain and insects, sleeping in the open air on solid ground, to see the rushing roaring cascades of water. Here we have compiled a list of 10 most amazing waterfalls in the world.
Falls Niagara Falls in Canada and America.
Of course, you can stay in the United States to witness this beauty, but the Niagara Falls (or waterfall “Horseshoe”) on the Canadian side, offering superb views.
Angel Falls in Venezuela
Angel Falls is not only one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world, but also the highest, piercing the clouds on a colossal height of 979 meters. It got its name from the American aviator Jimmy Angel (Angel), who was the first to see the waterfall from the plane.
Dethia – waterfall between Vietnam and China
The waterfall is located on a rocky karst plateau between China and Vietnam. Dethia Falls, also known as Thak Ban, down from a height of 98 meters, is in fact a double – two sisters waterfall.
Yosemite Falls in California
Now pay attention to the highest waterfall in North America. Located in California, Yosemite National Park, Yosemite Falls becomes greater during the spring snowmelt. Waterfall crashes down with a total height of 738 meters.
Kaieteur Falls in Guyana
One of the most beautiful and powerful waterfalls Kaieteur Falls in Guyana, which is hidden deep in the Amazon. To get to the waterfall will take three days’ journey. If you decide to take the plunge in this South American country, you will be well rewarded when you reach the Potaro River and see the frothy water that falls from a height of 226 meters.
Plitvice waterfalls in Croatia
The National Park Plitvice Lakes in Croatia, also has some amazing waterfalls. It seems as if hundreds of waterfalls merge into a cacophony of harmony. Follow the system of lakes and rivers, and you will see the water from turquoise to azure. Waterfall also marks the merger of Plitvice and the Koran rivers.
Sutherland Falls in New Zealand
Located in Milford Sound on the South Island, waterfall falls from a height of 580 meters and is the highest in New Zealand and one of the highest in the world.
Gullfoss in Iceland
In Iceland, a lot of natural sights and waterfalls, but Gulfoss waterfall is a favorite destination for tourists who dream to see the pristine beauty.
Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe and Zambia
How to measure the largest waterfall in the world? In height, width, or only on how many feelings going through a man looking at him? For all these indicators, the Victoria Falls, which is located between Zimbabwe and Zambia, comes out on top. According to Guinness World Records, the largest waterfall on the basis of a combination of altitude (120 meters) and width (1800 meters). It also has a local nickname memorable Mosi-Oa-Tunya (Smoke that thunders), which makes sense, given that it can be heard from afar.
Iguazu Falls in Brazil and Argentina
Technically, being the widest waterfall in the world, the Iguazu waterfalls stretches almost two kilometers along the Iguazu River. Sidewalks on both sides of the falls allow tourists to observe the beauty of the natural wonder, also known as the Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat).