1. Hi’ilawe Falls, Hawaii, USA (North America)
• Height: 442 m
• Width: 15 m
The highest waterfall in Hawaii, located in Waipi’o Valley is privately owned. Although it is a very narrow waterfall, it managed to stand out because of the contrast it makes with the bright green vegetation on the island.
2. San Rafael Falls, Ecuador (South America)
• Height: 131 m
• Width: 30 m
It is the most voluminous waterfall in Ecuador, but this is not the only reason San Rafael is very well known. Another good reason is the population of various birds in its surroundings. Being in the Amazonian forests would be a real pleasure to admire this beautiful flow of water.
3. Tugela Falls, South Africa (Africa)
• Height: 948 m
• Width: 15 m
Tugela Falls has a lot in common with the famous Angel Falls; not only they are very similar in appearance, but some people are still debating which of them is the highest in the world. Opinions are divided, and some actually think Tugela is the winner.
4.Niagara Falls, Canada/SUA (North America)
• Height: 51 m
Located on the border between Canada and the US, the most famous waterfall in the world is divided into three parts: the American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and Horseshoe Falls. The most impressive of them all is the Horseshoe Falls. The falls is located on the Niagara River, which connects Lake Erie to Lake Ontario. To truly experience the power of the falls, I recommend a tour boat with the legendary Maid of the Mist.
5. McWay Falls, California, USA (North America)
• Height: 24 m
McWay Falls is a waterfall that completes a splendid landscape in California. The waterfall flows directly into the Pacific Ocean and is located on a beach, easily accessible from the Pacific Coast Highway. If you go to Big Sur, you must stop and admire this formidable waterfall.
Article source: whisperwanderlust
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