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Top 10 Most Beautiful Waterfalls in the World



Waterfalls are the most beautiful and magnificent wonders of the nature that reveals soothing yet exhilarating sounds. 

With this mind, we will take you around some most mighty, unique and beautiful natural waterfall on the earth - mesmerizing getaway destinations.

All these ten rivers are strewn across the world, creating sheer noise that is magical. 

1. Iguazu Falls, Argentina / Brazil

This unique waterfall is a chain of hundreds of individual waterfalls stretched out almost 3 km across Brazil and Argentina's borders. 

This magical waterfall is surrounded by environs of the jungly rainforest, which is equally beautiful.


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2. Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

This waterfall is recognized as the UNESCO World Heritage site. This beautiful and impressive waterfall is locally known as "The Smoke that Thunders". 

To capture the best view, tourists travel here during the rainy season to get soaked in Devil's pool and walk along the Zimbabwe side trail.


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3. Havasu Falls, Arizona

It is most beautiful water amongst five Havasupai’s Waterfall. This waterfall is located over Orange Red Cliff and can be accessed via an overnight 10 miles hike.

Trust us; only reservation gets a chance to visit this bucket list-worthy waterfall. 


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4. Angel Falls, Venezuela

It is entitled as the world's highest waterfall located in Venezuela. Reaching this waterfall is not a beginner's game. For enjoying the jaw-dropping beauty of this waterfall, you need first to hire a plane to the town of Canaima and then a one-day boat ride to the falls.


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5. Niagara Falls, USA/ Canada

Niagara waterfall is the world's tallest, comparing three waterfalls. The largest of which is Horseshoe Falls. Tourists can capture the mesmerizing view of Niagara George from the several viewpoints in New York and Ontario.


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6. Dudhsagar Falls, India

Interestingly, India comprises one of the tallest and most impressive waterfalls, Dudhsagar Falls nicknamed as "sea of milk". This waterfall is located in India's Goa provinces about hundred feet wide and 60 kilometers long-running from Panjim and 54 kilometers from Mudgaon.


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7. Kaieteur Falls, Guyana

This waterfall is hidden deep in Guyana's Amazon forest, giving the best views to those flying in and out.

It is recognized as the world's highest single-drop waterfall at 741 feet, which can be accessed via regular flights on small planes from Georgetown's capital city.


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8. Yosemite Falls, California, USA

It isworld’s fifth-highest and the tallest waterfall in North America located in the Yosemite National Park. 

Tourists enjoy the mesmerizing view of the fall during late spring or early summer. During Yosemite hiking trails you can experience the jaw-dropping views of Yosemite Falls fed by snowmelt.


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9. Plitvice Waterfalls, Croatia

Are you looking for another extraordinary sight? The 16 cascading lakes make the Plitvice Waterfall which is located in Plitvice Lakes National Park. 

This waterfall is a fantastic blend of distinct shades of blue and green from aquamarine to emerald and turquoise water flowing over milestone and chalks rocks.

Don't forget to capture the pictures in its lush green beauty.


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10. Fall Creek Falls, Tennessee, USA

It is one of the highest free waterfalls located in the east of the Mississippi River. The Fall Creek Falls drops at 256 feet in the eastern portion of the rugged Cumberland Plateau I'm Tennessee.

Don't forget to wander in the Fall Creek Falls State Park to experience the home of other five beautiful waterfalls, cascades, gorges, cabins and campsites.


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