9) Tulega Falls, South Africa
Located in the Dragon’s Mountain range of the Royal Natal National Park in the KzaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa, Tulega Falls is made up of five distinct but interconnected cascades. The combined total drop of these five cascades is 3,110 foot, putting Tulega Falls in the running as the highest waterfall in the world depending on the criteria. Cutting through the spectacular rock face of the Dragon Mountains, the Tulega Falls is an awe-inspiring sight but getting there to see it isn’t easy. It’s a six-hour trek up Tulega Gorge to take your place to the top of the falls although an easier hike to the foot of the falls is also possible.
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