7 Stunning Waterfalls Across The World

Check out Iguazú Falls, the world's largest waterfall system and one of the most impressive views.

Iguazú Falls, Brazil and Argentina

Iceland has countless waterfalls with unique features. The southern Seljalandsfoss isn't the tallest, but it's one of the few waterfalls you can walk around. 

Seljalandsfoss, Iceland

Pliva Waterfall falls 55 feet (17m) near Jajce, a picturesque 14th-century city with medieval fortifications.

Pliva Waterfall, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Oregon's tallest waterfall, flanked by towering basalt cliffs and maple trees that turn gold in fall, is 611 feet (186m).

Oregon's Multnomah Falls

Victoria Falls is more than 5,500 feet (1,700m) wide and drops 355 feet (108m) on the Zambezi River. Simply put, it's amazing and has a growl to match.

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Zambia

Near Chachapoyas, the Bosque de Cataratas Gigantes de Cuispes—the Forest of Gigantic Waterfalls—holds one of the world's greatest waterfalls. 

Yumbilla Falls, Peru

India's tallest plunge waterfall drops 1,100 feet (335m), yet it's magnificent at a tenth. It cascades down red-rock cliffs covered in jungle, surrounded by misty emerald trees.

Nohkalikai Falls, India