Iguazu Falls (Brazil) – Spanish name for this mammoth waterfall. An incredible 2km in its average flow of 1000 cubic meters per second. Consists of 275 individual waterfalls and cascades. Sitting on Iguazú River, shared by Argentina and Brazil. Rainforests surround a stunning scenery.
Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) – Largest singular waterfall in the world spanning a width of 1.7km, height of 108m, an average flow of 1 million litres per second! It’s no wonder this “smoke that thunders” is one of 7 natural wonders of world. “Scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight.”
Niagara Falls (USA, Canada) – Most famous powerful waterfall, biggest one by volume with a whopping average of 7000 cubic meters per second! Backdrop to honeymoons, proposals, dare devil stunts, key moments in history of USA.
Angel Falls (Venezuela) – Plunging un-interrupted for 807m from a mystical table-top mountain (“Mountain of God of Evil”, “Devil’s Mountain”) deep in an equatorial rainforest. Tallest permanent waterfall in the world.
Kaieteur Falls (Guyana) – Tallest single-drop waterfalls in the world, this rectangular-shaped monster (741ft) sits atop ancient Guyana Shield, amidst some of most pristine rainforests left on earth. Power of Potaro River, thunders of fall of cliffs with sheer drops.
Yosemite Falls (USA) – One of tallest in the world at 2,425ft, immensely beautiful. Crown jewel of attractions in the incomparable Yosemite Valley park and trails.