Waterfalls are a compelling composition of mother nature. Watching water falling from heights of hundreds to thousands of feet looks enchanting. There are thousands of waterfalls all over the world. Some are menacing, while some are gentle. However, the one thing all these waterfalls have in common is their beauty. 

Here are some of the enchanting waterfalls all over the world:

1. Iguazu Falls, Argentina

The borderland between Brazil and Argentina, Iguazu Falls, is the largest waterfall in the world. Sprawling around 3km, the flow of 275 cascades is a sight to behold.

The lush green rainforest encircling the waterfall looks so beautiful that you could not take your eyes off. You can see this fascinating waterfall from the sides of both  Argentina and Brazil. 

2. Angel Falls, Venezuela

Nestled in Venezuela, the world’s highest waterfall Angel Falls is an elusive beauty. You can hear the roar of the water falling from 3,212 feet before reaching the land. 

Apart from the unfeigned grandeur, Angel Falls is the perfect spot for adventure activities. You can try Sky diving, hiking, rock climbing, swimming, and rafting. 

3. Niagara Falls, US

The green-blue water flowing over Niagra Falls looks so enchanting that it can make you forget all your worries. Comprised of three waterfalls, including the American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and Horseshoe Falls, you can certainly feel the current & power of flow. 

The exquisite sight of Niagra Falls draws millions of tourists every year. The captivating views from the Cave of the Winds will leave you in wonder. 

4. Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

On the Zambezi River between Zimbabwe and Zambia is the natural wonder of the world, Victoria Falls. This UNESCO heritage site is also well-known as The Smoke that Thunders to the natives. 

If you visit from September to December, you can swim at the infinite Devils pool. The waterfalls also look exquisite during the full moon. The lunar rainbow will take you to the mystical world of fairytale.

5. Havasu Falls, Arizona

Plummeting over orange-red cliffs into turquoise-blue pools of the Grand Canyon, Havasu Falls is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world.

Uncovered on the Havasupai Indian Reservation, Havasu Falls is like a water paradise. However, the place is not easy to reach. It takes four to five hours to get to the trailhead for Havasu Falls from Lake Havasu City.

6. Ruby Falls, Tennessee

Housing the tallest and deepest underground waterfall open to the public in the United States, Rubi Falls has a unique charm. This underground waterfall will offer you a memorable vacation. 

If you love adventure, then try to visit this place once. Nestled in a depth of 1120 feet inside Lookout Mountain, you can only reach the waterfall by taking an elevator 26 stories underground.

7. Dudhsagar Falls, India

Dudhsagar Falls is one of the tallest waterfalls in India. The cascades falling down more than 1,000 feet in four tiers looks spectacular.

Located in the Goa province inside the Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary, this waterfall is worth the visit. The water falling with a high speed and force looks like a spray of milk, giving the nickname Dudhsagar Falls (sea of milk).

8. Kaieteur Falls, Guyana

The land of rivers, Guyana is well-known for the world’s largest single-drop waterfall, Kaieteur Falls. Hidden deep in the Amazon rainforest, this waterfall looks 741 feet breathtaking.

However, visiting Kaieteur Falls is not an easy task. You have to take flights on small planes from the capital city of Georgetown to reach the waterfall. 

9. Gullfoss Falls, Iceland

Iceland is famous for its scenery, dark, barren volcanic landscapes, hot springs, and beautiful waterfalls. Amongst those, the Gullfoss Falls has won the heart of millions of tourists. 

Gullfoss also means golden falls. On the Hvita River in Iceland, the falls shining gold in the sun look magical.

10. Plitvice Waterfalls, Croatia

With easy walking trails over the turquoise water, stunning viewpoints, and Plitvice waterfalls is a place for people of all ages. Located in the Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia, the Plitvice Waterfalls are an extraordinary sight. 

The National Park attracts millions of visitors every year with its bewildering beauty. The lush green landscape, with stunning waterfalls, is perfect for taking some pictures.

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