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Waterfalls are among #The World’s natural wonders. Not many things are as fascinating as watching streams of water falling from the edge of the cliff or cascading over rocks. It is more interesting if the falls is higher. Tourists travel around the world enjoying nature. Watching a waterfall is relaxing to the mind, and it improves physical, mental and emotional well-being. If you want to relax your body, why don’t you visit one of the greatest waterfalls below?

1. Angel Waterfalls

Venezuela’s Angel Fall is the highest waterfall on earth, according to Thrillophilia and it has remained uninterrupted for ages. The waterfall is worth seeing from a distance and is capable of leaving your mind blown.

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The best way to experience these waterfall is not even reading about it but just being there physically. The fall is also called Salto Angel and falls 3212 feet from the summit. However, to see the falls, you have to access the Canaima National Park by Air because it's located in an isolated jungle.

2. Niagara Falls

The #Niagara Falls is the most popular waterfall in Northern America and one of the most famous ones around the world. According to Touropia, the waterfall is located between New York and Ontario. The Niagara Falls are made of the Horseshoe Falls, American Falls, and #Bridal Veil Falls. The falls attract millions of tourists annually. It’s one of America’s wonders after the Grand Canyon. However, you can only see only two falls from the American side, The American and Bridal Veil Falls.

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The Horseshoe Falls can be seen from the Canadian side.

3. Plitvice Waterfall

The Plitvice Waterfall is part of the Plitvice Lakes [VIDEO] National Park, according to International Expeditions. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it's among Europe’s biggest tourist attractions. The series of waterfalls link the 16 lakes and make it a beautiful landscape worth seeing. The national park is located in Croatia close to the Bosnian border. The waters are popular for their vivid colors which any photographer would want to capture. It’s one of those places you ought to visit.

4. Tugela Falls

Tugela Falls is a South African waterfall and a continuation of Tugela River, and it falls 3,110 feet from the summit. According to Trendrr, it’s the second highest waterfall on earth. It is located in the Royal Natal National Park, and it’s a beautiful scene. After seeing the natural wonder, you might find yourself going back to view it again. Tourists who go to view the fall also watch the beautiful Dragon’s Mountains [VIDEO], and you can be able to view the falls from the approaching roads. The area has campsites and huts for tourists willing to spend time at the park.