Top 10 Waterfalls

These are the best Waterfalls in the world

10. Sutherland Falls and the Milford Track Waterfalls

In a country that holds a special place in our hearts, this gorgeous 580m waterfall was easily New Zealand's most spectacular waterfall and certainly the one waterfall that was heads-and-shoulders better than the other waterfalls

9.Plitvice Waterfalls , Croatia

he waterfalls themselves segregated the many clear and colourful lakes that brought life to this lush and protected ecosystem

8.Dettifoss ,Iceland

It was said to be Europe's most powerful waterfall sending glacial melt waters over its 44m precipice unchecked at a flow of around 500 cubic meters per second.


One of the more unique waterfalls we had ever seen in the world, this wild and wide waterfall tumbling on the Hvítá River in two tiers at 90 degree angles to each other was one of Iceland's iconic natural attractions.

6.Yosemite Falls California, USA

Even though this waterfall doesn't flow year round, it does flow for a good part of the year and it's one of the tallest in the world at 2425ft. It's the crown jewel of attractions in the incomparable Yosemite Valley and it's easily seen from a multitude of viewpoints and trails. Julie and I have been fortunate to have seen this falls so many times an d in so many ways that we tend to think of it like an old friend.

5.Kaieteur Falls, Guyana

aid to be one of the tallest single-drop waterfalls in the world, this rectangular-shaped monster (said to be 741ft tall and 370ft wide) sat atop the ancient Guyana Shield amidst some of the most pristine rainforest left on earth!

4.Angel Falls , Venezuela

Plunging uninterrupted for 807m (with total drop of 979m) from a mystical tabletop mountain (tepuy) deep in a Venezuelan equatorial rainforest, it has been widely acknowledged as the tallest permanent waterfall in the world.

3.El Niagara Falls

Easily the most famous waterfall in North America, this powerful waterfall also ranks as the biggest one by volume with a whopping average of about 7000 cubic meters per second!.

2.Victoria Falls (Mosi-oa-Tunya)

Easily deserving of the top spot on this list (though it finished a very close second), it's the largest singular waterfall in the world spanning a width of 1.7km, a height of 108m, and an average flow of 1 million liters per second!

1.Iguazu Falls ,Brazil

With its brink spanning a distance of an incredible 2km in its average flow of 1000 cubic meters per second, this falls tops our list of favorites. The falls actually consists of some 275 individual waterfalls and cascades.

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