The great waterfalls to see absolutely
Watching millions of liters of water fall from several meters in height is pure pleasure. It is one of the natural wonders offered by the planet, and to take a full view of the most incredible waterfalls in the world; you'll need to go a little way.
To begin with, Croatia will not make you discover a waterfall, but 98 waterfalls that you can contemplate at the bottom of a virgin forest established in the mountains. To get there, you have to go to the Plitvice National Park. Also, in Europe, Iceland will have some surprises with the Gullfoss waterfall, and you should expect to set foot in a place that travelers describe as being of rare icy beauty. While you're there, check out the Svartifoss waterfall or the Fjaloss waterfalls. You will be fascinated by it. A little further on Italian soil, the Marmores waterfall is a real treasure. This wonder is on the list of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world. Moreover, you should know that it highlights a breathtaking technical feat since it was shaped by the hand of Man. In the Faroe Islands, an archipelago in northern Europe, Gasadalur is one of the most incredible waterfalls you can see in the world. Its particularity is that it flows directly into the sea, which makes the show extremely rewarding. Also, take a tour of Romania to follow the Nera River before coming across a unique waterfall nicknamed Bigar. Its mushroom shape makes this place magical. Finally, in Norway, you will also be amazed by the Seven Sisters and the pure waterfall that plunges from the white glacier to the ocean called Svalbard. On American territory, be ready to be surprised by the Iguazu Falls in Argentina. These are listed as World Heritage Sites and are higher than those of Niagara. Take the opportunity to look at the Devil's Throat, which is 80 meters high. Then, head to Venezuela to admire the famous Salto Angel. The Fall plunges 979 meters making it the highest in the world. Do not forget to go to Oregon to contemplate the Multnomah Falls, which are sacred to the Native American peoples. You can also take the opportunity to listen to some legends of the locals. Niagara Falls is a must-see. The Dantesque wall of water is just as impressive as the surrounding forest and invites beautiful walks. McWay Falls will offer you its most beautiful spectacle in California, but you will have to contemplate it from the hiking trail since access is difficult. After that, Tennessee will allow you to visit the unique Cumberland Caverns. It is located underground, and the few lights illuminating the path will be more than enough to keep this landscape in memory. Also, make a detour to Arizona to visit Havasu Falls, located in the Grand Canyon National Park, and for more magic, go to Watkins Glen State Park in the United States. In Africa, you must go on the Zambezi River to have a breathtaking view of Victoria Falls. They are part of one of the world's seven natural wonders; some even practice bungee jumping there. Suppose you want more, head to Tugela Falls in the Drakensberg Mountains. On the Asian continent, go to Laos; the Kuang Si waterfalls located in the middle of the jungle await you to offer you a memorable trip. Small pools are suitable for swimming there. Then, between Vietnam and China, the Ban Gioc Falls are pure wonders that give the impression of diverting water from the forest refuge before pouring into a basin with calm waters. Also, remember to tour the Baatara chasm in Lebanon, but you can only admire its magnificence when the snow melts.