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Top 23 Most Amazing Waterfall Tours in The World

The waterfall is a natural appearance that has its own charm, cross the water, accompanied by tupahan water from above that sometimes can lead to beam sunlight into a rainbow made waterfall iconic romantic nature. In this world there are many waterfalls are having an amazing natural beauty, but according to Listphobia site, there are 10 airterjun considered the 10 most beautiful waterfalls in the world.
Here is a list of 10 most beautiful waterfalls in the world:

1. Steinsdalsfossen waterfall Norway




Steinsdalsfossen are waterfalls of the most frequently visited in Norway. This is because not too far from Bergen in the river Fosselva. Steinsdalsfossen about 50 meters high and is at its greatest when the snow melts in May and June. A path behind it to make visitors more comfortable to watch more closely.


2. McWay Falls





3. Alamere Falls





4. Burney Falls





5. Baatara Gorge Waterfall





6. Beaver Falls








Beaver Falls is one of four waterfalls in Havasu Creek canyon. It is claimed by many as a waterfall that is not true, because of the short and the fact is a number of large and small rocks that lie close to each other. Despite its small size, Beaver Falls is the most beautiful among the average. The waterfall is located about 9.7 km downstream of Supai, and is the most difficult to access. It was the most stable places for rock climbing and exploration!

7. High Force





8. Fulmer Falls





9. Silverthread Falls





10. Umpang Thee Lor Sue Waterfall





11. Angel Falls, Venezuela






At an altitude of 1024 m, Angel Falls is the tallest waterfall in the world. Located in Canapa National Park in Venezuela. His name has nothing to do with angels; named after Jimmie Angel begins with the first American aviator to fly over the aircraft and crashed in 1933. Waterfalls in Venezuela known as Kerepakupai Meru (which in Pemon language means "waterfall of the deepest place"). The Angel Falls can be achieved only through the air, which made the expedition is not only interesting but also very unpredictable.

12. Blue Nile Falls, Ethiopia






13. Detian Falls, China - Vietnam






14. Gullfoss (Golden Falls), Iceland






Gullfoss (from kataicelandic "gull" meaning gold and "fossei" which means waterfall) is the largest waterfall in Europe and Iceland's most beautiful. Located in southwest Iceland, in the gorge of the River Hvítá. Gullfoss consists of two tiers - one with a height of 21 meters and the other at an altitude of 11 meters. With a depth of 70 meters. Waterfall formed as part of the "Golden Circle" - a group of geysers and hot springs - the most popular tourist destination and most interesting in this country.

15. Havasu Falls, Arizona, United States





Beaver Falls is one of four waterfalls in Havasu Creek canyon. It is claimed by many as a waterfall that is not true, because of the short and the fact is a number of large and small rocks that lie close to each other. Despite its small size, Beaver Falls is the most beautiful among the average. The waterfall is located about 9.7 km downstream of Supai, and is the most difficult to access. It was the most stable places for rock climbing and exploration!

16. Huangguoshu, China






Huangguoshu (also known as "the Yellow Fruit Tree Waterfall") is one of the largest waterfall in China (and Asia as a whole). It is located Baihe River in Anshun, Guizhou Province. To explore, see and even touch the waterfall from behind - from the water-curtain is through a cave called "Shuiliandong". Because of this reality, the Huangguoshu is one of the few waterfalls in the world that can be viewed from different sides - back, front, top, bottom, left and right.

17. Iguazu Falls, Argentina and Brazil






Iguazu Falls Iguazu River located in the Iguazu National Park, which lies on the border between Brazil and Argentina. This waterfall takes its name from the Guaraní word "y" means water and "guasu" which means big. Iguazu Falls has a total width of 2.7 km. The main waterfall is located in the Iguazu complex, often called the Devil's Throat (also called "Garganta del Diablo" in Spanish), also a border line between the two countries. Some islands separated by another waterfall. Upon seeing Iguazu, 'First Lady' United States Eleanor Roosevelt reportedly beteriak "Poor Niagara!" No doubt, Iguazu must be on a list of places you have visited.

18. Jog Falls, India






19. Kaieteur Falls, Guyana







20. Niagara falls, the U.S. and Canada







Niagara Falls is located on the border between Canada and the United States. It consists of three waterfalls - Horseshoe Falls, American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls - which separates the state of New York and the Canadian province of Ontario. Despite having a height of only about 53 meters, but Niagara Falls is the most beautiful waterfall in North America, with production capacity to 4.4 gigawatts of electricity. A very impressive display is viewed from the Canadian side of the Rainbow Bridge which connects the two countries.

21. Victoria Falls - Zimbabwe / Zambia




Victoria Falls, or Mosi-oa-Tunya, located in the southern African country between Zimbabwe and Zambia. The waterfall is named after the arrival of Queen Victoria in 1855 by David Livingstone, an explorer of Scotland. Earlier this waterfall was named "The Mist That Thunders." Taken from a place in the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Although not the highest nor the widest in the world, this waterfall is one of the largest and most attractive. With a width of 1708 meters and a height of 108 meters.

22. Giessbach Waterfalls - Switzerland






This beautiful waterfall is not claimed as the largest and the highest in the world. Usually people can see Giessbach Falls on European travel postcards, this is to combine all the elements of natural beauty in Switzerland. Giessbach known as crystal-clear lakes and snowy white mountain peaks surrounded by greenery. Giessbach formed by 14 cascade that is connected to Lake Brienz. Spectacle is so fascinating!

23. Yellowstone Falls - USA






Yellowstone Falls is located in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, USA. Yellowstone is formed by two major waterfalls on the Yellowstone River - Yellowstone's Upper and Lower Yellowstone - and both are located in the famous Grand Canyon. Lower Falls is almost two times higher than Niagara, and almost not worth only about 22 meters wide. Lower Falls is surrounded by volcanic rocks and mountains. Jim Bridger was believed that white Americans who first saw in 1846. Year 1969 was officially named Yellowstone Falls.

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