Papapapaitia Falls – Samoa

Papapapaitai Falls is located in the heart of Upola Island in Samoa. It is easily seen but it is not easy to access. The falls are a short distance from the Cross-Island Road that connects the country’s capital city of Apia with the southern part of the island. There is a lookout location near the…

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Angel Falls – Venezuela

Angel Falls is the tallest waterfall in the world and is located on the Auyantepui Plateau in Canaima National Park, Venezuela. Auyantepui Plateau (meaning Devil’s Mountain) is a table-top mountain or mesa with an area of 270 sq. miles and its highest point is 8,317 ft. high. The mountain is surrounded by dense jungle and…

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Ban Gioc Waterfalls – Vietnam

Ban Gioc Waterfalls is one of the most beautiful waterfalls that I have ever seen and is on most top 10 list of waterfalls of the world. The falls is fed by the Quay Son River that marks the border between Vietnam and China. It is the largest waterfall in Asia and the fourth largest…

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Niagara Falls – Ontario, Canada and New York, USA

Niagara Falls is the most visited waterfall in the world and it is normally rated within the top 5 on most list of best waterfalls of the world. Niagara Falls is located on the Niagara River that flows from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario. Niagara Falls is actually made up of three separate falls, the…

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Rainbow Falls – Hawaii

Rainbow Falls, also known as Waianuenue Falls, is located in Hilo, Hawaii. The waterfalls earns its name because on sunny mornings rainbows can be seen in the mist thrown up by the impact of the falling water. Rainbow falls is not one of the tallest waterfalls that I have seen, only 80 ft. tall, but…

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Multnomah Falls – Oregon

Multnomah Falls is one of the most famous waterfalls and is on most top 10 list of waterfalls of the world. The reason that most people think it is one of the top waterfalls is the walking bridge that crosses in front of the waterfalls in the middle of the waterfall and separates the upper…

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