The sound of the falling water, the feeling of being so small in front of their majesty, the lush nature that surrounds them: the waterfalls are perhaps the most amazing show of nature. From America to Asia, via Europe, among rainforests and pristine woods there are these natural treasures that will leave you breathless and will show you that there is nothing more spectacular that nature itself. Take time to explore the 10 most beautiful waterfalls in the world, from the most famous to the hidden gems in the most remote places of the world.
Havasu Falls, USA
The red rocks of the Grand Canyon meets the deep blue water, creating a unique and wonderful landscape. They are in a remote corner of the Grand Canyon, in Havasupai Indian Reservation; getting there is not easy, but definitely worth it.
Iguazu Falls, Argentina – Brazil
Immersed in the forest, 275 waterfalls that reach 80 meters high: the Iguazu Falls are one of the seven wonders of the world that creare a unique view.
Angel Falls, Venezuela
Uninterrupted water jump of 807 meters in the heart of the Amazon forest in southern Venezuela: it’s the highest waterfall in the world and you can only reach by two-day hike through the river or flying over the area with small planes.
Waterfalls of Plitvice, Croatia
It’s certainly the most beautiful natural park in Croatia and, in our opinion, even among the most beautiful in Europe. A long series of reliefs covered with woods and forests, where you’ll find lovely lakes, connected by spectacular waterfalls. It is a dream landscape, with incredible colors, which you can cross through the wooden walkways in a route of 18 km, passing over, under and through the water.
Detian Falls, China – Vietnam
On the border between China and Vietnam, these beautiful waterfalls hide, among the largest in all Asia, with a width of 200 meters, which have helped to create a lush and amazing habitat.
Niagara Falls, Canada – USA
They do not need any introduction, they are certainly the most famous in the world, and there’s a reason for it! They’re truly a breathtaking show, you’ll never forget it intense roar and its colors.
Also known as Liquid Waterfall, it’s one of the symbols of the remote Iceland. To surprise is not its size but the whole scenario in which it is nestled, the green mountains from where it falls, the wild surrounding environment, the possibility of entering a cave just behind the water jet.
Victoria Falls, Zambia – Zimbabwe
They could not miss in our ranking. Along the Zambezi River, for a 1,5 km long brow and an average height of 128 meters, the water flows into a steep gorge.
Kaieteur Falls, Guyana
5 times higher than the Niagara Falls, but not so famous. They are located in one of the oldest nature reserves in South America, one of the most pristine places in the world.
Nohkalikai Waterfalls, India
It is India’s largest waterfalls, surrounded by a lush and green landscape. Their dive of 350 meters ends in a small emerald green pool.
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