• Waterfalls to see around the world

    2013-10-11

    Are you ready to be overwhelmed by the power of nature? There's no better way to take in the sheer force of the environment than by gazing up at a waterfall. These cascades, which can tower hundreds of feet into the air and gush thousands of gallons of water every minute, are certainly a sight to behold. In fact, some are so amazing that they can even serve as the inspiration for your next travel experience.

    Here are three waterfalls from around the world that are worth planning an adventure travel trip around:

    Niagara Falls
    The most famous waterfall in the U.S. is undoubtedly Niagara Falls. It's made up of three waterfalls that span the country's border with Canada, and although it's not the biggest cascade in the world, it does have the most powerful water flow. Many relaxing hotels and resorts surround this area, and a few major Canadian cities are only a short distance away, which makes this spot one of the most popular pit stops for travelers. If you're interested in seeing waterfalls, Niagara is a great place to start.

    Plitvice Waterfalls
    Croatia is home to one of the most stunning parks in the world, and with one visit to this site you can feast your eyes on some gorgeous waterfalls. Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is home to a series of cascades and lakes that have been formed by limestone and chalk deposits in the water over thousands of years. The end result of this buildup is a large number of natural dams that have created 16 interlinked lakes. These bodies of water are often connected by waterfalls, almost all of which feature a bright turquoise color and provide a beautiful sight for visitors.

    Iguazu Falls
    On the border of Brazil and Argentina sits Iguazu National Park. This reserve is home to one of the most amazing systems of waterfalls in the world. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is made up of about 275 individual cascades set in a semicircle that spans more than 1.5 miles. Some of the largest reach more than 260 feet in height, but it's easy to get up close thanks to a comprehensive system of catwalks offering spectacular views of the surroundings. Iguazu is certainly worthy of a visit, especially with the lush park around it acting as home to more than 2,000 species of plants and animals.

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