Waterfalls Across The World

Are you looking for the most beautiful waterfalls during your travels? Indeed, we have found some of the most exquisite ones that you’ll definitely want to see!

Niagara Falls, New York State/Canada

The one and only, Niagara Falls! It is a must-see while visiting either the American or Canadian side. This captivating wonder attracts people from miles away, consisting of three breathtaking waterfalls. Moreover, you can take photos from above and afar across the waters. For a more up-close experience, descend 175 feet into the Niagara Gorge and feel the power of the falls from the Hurricane Deck. While you’re there, take a ride on the Maid of the Mist boat tour, a 150-year-old attraction that begins its journey at the Observation Tower.

As you pass the base of the American Falls through the Horseshoe Falls, make sure to grab a rain poncho to fully experience this double-decker tourist attraction! Additionally, you can make reservations at the Top of the Falls restaurant and enjoy a panoramic view of the falls. With hiking trails, museums, shopping, and delicious meals, this will be a trip to remember!

Angel Falls, Venezuela

Angel Falls, the highest waterfall in the world, stands an impressive 3,212 feet above sea level and is truly a magical place known for providing a calm and peaceful setting. It is located in Canaima National Park in Venezuela and is renowned as the tallest uninterrupted waterfall in the world! To visit Angel Falls, guides must take you by boat, as it is part of a protected reserve.While there, you can walk through a rainforest, take a hike, and even enjoy a quick dip into the falls! Despite the difficult access, Angel Falls is one of the most visited attractions in the world for tourists. So, what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and go!!!

Yosemite Falls, California

Yosemite Falls, located in the Sierra Nevada, earns its reputation as one of the most beautiful waterfalls in California. As the highest waterfall in Yosemite National Park, it drops a total of 2,425 feet from the upper fall to the base. For advanced explorers, there is a challenging 6.6-mile hiking trail that takes over 5 hours to complete. Separated into three falls, including Upper Yosemite Fall, the middle cascades, and Lower Yosemite Fall, this natural wonder offers a variety of views to explore. Visitors can explore Yosemite Falls by foot, bicycle, horse, bus, or van for seven consecutive days for as little as $20, and they admit anyone 15 years and younger for free.

Split Rock Falls, New York

Split Rock Falls is the perfect waterfall if you’re looking for a place to take a cold dip during the hot summer months. Located on the Bouquet River, just a short 40-minute drive from Lake Placid, New York, this falls offers the most exquisite view from the hillside. However, it’s essential to use extreme caution near the cliff’s edge! Consisting of three falls, each being very deep, over 30 feet, keeping a distance from the falls will be the safest way to go while cooling off on a hot, summer day. The incredibly impressive waterfall will provide you with an entirely new beauty of New York State, allowing you to relax through nature’s wilderness, either by hiking or simply enjoying the falls view.

Iguazu Falls, Argentina/Brazil

Iguazu Falls is for the more desirable world traveler, offering a chain of hundreds of waterfalls. It stretches out between the border of Brazil and Argentina, forming the world’s largest waterfall. Iguazu Falls, known as “one of the seven wonders of nature,” features a breathtaking rainforest on both the Brazilian and Argentinian sides. Being twice the height of Niagara Falls, this resulting wonder is a result of a volcanic eruption. To fully experience the falls from both sides of the border, plan to spend 2-3 days. U.S. citizens will need a passport to visit Iguazu Falls, and this is a popular tourist destination for families, known as a “safe” place to visit. Although, don’t be surprised if you run into some hungry crocodiles!!!

Victoria Falls, Africa

Oh, Victoria Falls… such a heavenly place! The falls surround you with lush, grassy greens, situated along a natural border between Zimbabwe and Zambia. “The greatest curtain of falling water in the world”, offering exceptional beauty with rainbows enveloping the best of South Africa. Interestingly, they named Victoria Falls after Queen Victoria of Great Britain! L The tropical forest surrounding Victoria Falls presents a beautiful landscape that tourists must-see! The falls’ roaring sound can be heard from over 20 miles away, as it is the largest in the world!

Havasu Falls, Arizona

Havasu Falls is definitely one of the most colorful waterfalls in the entire world! Endlessly flowing over the red cliffs of the Grand Canyon, it forms an endless bright turquoise pool at the bottom. To reach this beauty, pack your bags for a night or two at the campground in the canyon. However, please keep in mind that making reservations in advance is necessary to see this beauty, as accessing Havasu Falls requires a 10-mile overnight hike, and day hiking is prohibited. Alternatively, you can choose a helicopter flight to the falls. We highly recommend avoiding a visit to Havasu Falls if possible due to the extreme dry heat, as it may pose a dehydration risk for many hikers. For a more enjoyable and safe trip, consider visiting Havasu Falls during the late fall or winter months!