Niagara Falls, USA/Canada
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One of the most popular natural features in the world is Niagara Falls, which is situated between Canada and the US. This means that it can be viewed from both countries. The best vantage point is on the Canadian side. However, if you’re in western New York, you will still get a good view of the falls from the top of the structure, where you can quietly gamble at Woo Casino.
Angel Falls, Venezuela
In Venezuela, the Angel Falls is the world’s highest waterfall, as it drops almost 1,000 meters from a high mountain. Located in the Canaima National Park in the state of Bolvar, this natural feature has 807 meters of uninterrupted flow.
The best time to visit the Angel Falls is during June and November. Its name refers to American pilot Jimmie Angel, who reportedly spotted the natural feature while looking for gold in 1933.
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe/Zambia
The Victoria Falls, which spans over 1,708 meters across Zambia and Zimbabwe, is a must-visit for anyone who’s traveling to Africa. It was first spotted by David Livingstone in 1855. He was the first European to visit the falls, which were named after Queen Victoria.
” The mist from the falls can be heard up to 50 kilometers away.
Yosemite Falls, USA
One of the most impressive natural features in California’s Yosemite National Park is the Yosemite Falls, which has a staggering drop of over 700 meters. During the spring, the area gets a boost from the snowmelt from the Sierra Nevada mountains. Its flow peaks in late May to early June. If you’re planning on visiting the park in August, you can take a shortcut to the falls by walking along a paved path.
Sutherland Falls, New Zealand
The Sutherland Falls can be found in New Zealand’s Fiordland National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s located near Milford Sound. Getting to the falls can be challenging, and it can take around four days.
The falls are fed by Lake Quill, which has three jumps that are approximately 580 meters long. They were first spotted by Donald Sutherland in 1880. During your visit, you might also spot a flightless and endangered takah bird.
The Stirling Falls are also impressive. Riviera Travel was able to see them during our visit to Milford Sound.
Rhine Falls, Switzerland
The Rhine Falls is Europe’s largest waterfall, and it can be found in Switzerland near Schaffhausen. It spans a 150-meter-wide area and is believed to have been formed around 15,000 years ago. Although not as prominent as other natural features, the Rhine Falls are still worth a visit if you’re in Europe. During summer, the water flow doubles, and the falls drop an average of 600,000 liters of water every second.
Tugela Falls, South Africa
The tallest waterfall in Africa is Tugela Falls, which has a drop of over 900 meters. It can be found in the Drakensberg Mountains, and it’s a must-visit for anyone visiting the Royal Natal National Park. The water falls from a cliff face, and it’s at its peak during summer.