1. Angel Falls
The highest waterfalls in the world, the Angel Fall is located in Venezuela. This is the world’s highest, uninterrupted waterfall for ages now. Located in Bolivar, this waterfall will leave the visitors’ minds blown. The jaw-dropping beauty of this place is totally unexplainable and can only be felt and seen than explained or read.
Located in Bolivar, this waterfall will leave the visitors’ minds blown. The jaw-dropping beauty of this place is totally amazing and worth watching.
Height: 3,212 feet
2. Tugela Falls
The complex seasonal waterfall of Tugela is the second highest in the world and first in Africa. Located in the Royal Natal National Park in KwaZulu-Natal Province, the Tugela waterfall is a picturesque beauty. A brief visit to in and around this place is so worthy that you will never want to leave this place. While you are visiting this waterfall, do not forget to have a safari in the national park. It is an incredible experience that you will cherish forever.
Height: 3,110 feet
Location: South Africa
3. Cataratas las-Tres Hermanas Falls
Loosely translated as “Three Sisters” from Spanish to English, this waterfall is the highest in Peru. Located in the Otishi National Park, Cataratas las-Tres Hermanas Falls is a three-tiered waterfall which has three sections or drops – thus the name three sisters.
Found in the remote Ayacucho region, this waterfalls is something that you would undoubtedly enjoy visiting.
Height: 3,000 feet
4. Olo’upena Falls
Norway and Hawaii seem to have some of the best waterfalls in the world. The fourth highest in the world and the first in Hawaii, Olo’upena Falls will be a different experience. Travelers, hikers, photographers, and even tourists will love visiting this waterfall.
Located in Molokai Islands of Hawaii, this waterfall is something that would be nest for trekkers and hikers. While this waterfall doesn’t attract as many tourists as Niagara or Victoria, the waterfall is as impressive and gigantic as those two.
Height: 2,953 feet
5. Catarata Yumbilla Falls
Located near the town of Cuispes, the Catarata Yumbilla Falls is the fifth highest waterfall in the world. While you are here, you would never want to go back home, for the waterfall is a mesmerizing magic that casts a spell on you.
What’s more, there are a lot of waterfalls in and around this waterfall that would make it perfect for a waterfall getaway or expedition in Peru. Go ahead, and enjoy to your fullest while you are in Peru.
Height: 2,938 feet
6. Vinnufossen Falls
Can you take the trip to Norway already? Yes, this is yet another waterfall that is worth visiting in Norway. Located in the east of the village of Sunndalsøra, the waterfalls flow into the river Driva near the village of Hoelsand. This fall has the out spring from Vinnubreen glacier.
This waterfall is, in fact, one of the tallest in the whole of Europe. The scenic attraction in and around the Sunndalsøra Village is an additional bonus to this waterfall. So, go ahead and relish the beauty of this place.
Height: 2,822 feet
7. Balaifossen Falls
It would not be an exaggeration if we said that most of the beautiful waterfalls in the world are in Norway. Yes, even the gigantic, beautiful Balaifossen Falls is in Norway. Situated just six kilometers away from Osa, this European waterfall is something that you must not miss when you are in the country.
Located on the east side of the Osafjorden, in the municipality of Ulvik, the falls is just mystic and magical. You can have a relaxed home stay in the nearby areas and have the best time of your lives while you are here.
Height: 2,788 feet
8. Pu’uka’oku Falls
Another well-known waterfall in Hawaii, Pu’uka’oku Falls is one of the less-explored, underrated, yet a beautiful waterfall in the world. A quick search on Flickr will give you thousands of mesmerizing images that would make you pack your bags and take a flight to Hawaii right away.
So, what are you waiting for? Now is the chance to take that long-planned trip to Hawaii. As we mentioned earlier, Hawaii has everything that you need for a perfect vacation. Trust me, you will never feel disappointed with the place.
Height: 2,756 feet
9. James Bruce Falls
The highest waterfall in the North American continent and ninth tallest in the world, James Bruce Falls is located in the Princess Louisa Marine Provincial Park. One of the important tourist attractions in British Columbia, Canada, this waterfall is quite an eye candy.
Persistently flowing throughout the year, the falls have two parallel streams. While you are here, you can also try hiking around the forest in this area. If you are planning to have an off-beat travel experience in Canada, do not miss out this waterfalls and the forest around it.
Height: 2,755 feet
10. Browne Falls
Located above Doubtful Sound, Browne Falls is part of Fiordland National Park, New Zealand. With it source from a tarn called Lake Browne, the Browne Falls is one of the two highest waterfalls in New Zealand.
Named after the aerial photographer, Victor Carlyle Browne, who not only found the tarn but also the waterfalls. The biodiversity of the flora and fauna near this waterfall is one of the additional advantages of this waterfall as the biodiversity makes the place all the more picturesque. The biodiversity of the flora and fauna near this waterfall is one of the additional advantages of this waterfall as the biodiversity makes the place all the more picturesque.
Height: 2,744 feet
Location: New Zealand