Added on: 2nd Dec 2014
It’s not often that you get to see waterfalls cascading directly
down into the ocean, but the picturesque Alamere Falls in
California empties right into the Pacific.
This is deep within the Hawaiian jungle and to get there
you have to follow the Kalalau trail.
One of the most significant landmarks in the American West
which can be seen from almost anywhere in Yosemite Valley, California.
Gulfoss can be found on the southern coast of Iceland where,
as you can see, the water doesn’t always fall.
There are not many falls in the world that will allow you to get so close
in a car as the Langfoss Falls in Norway.
Apart from Iguazu Falls this is the second most popular tourist
attraction in Brazil. To get to the base of the waterfall you have to take
a steep 927 step trail but for those of you who don’t like climbing,
there is a 100ft observation tower nearby with amazing views.
Located in Croatia, it’s something like the Grand Canyon, except
with bright green coloured moss lining the sides and crystal clear
lakes at the bottom. And thanks to mineral runoff from the Dinerac Alps
the water is uniquely turquoise coloured.
This Venezuelan waterfall is the second tallest in Venezuela after
The Angel Falls, with a drop of about 2,000 feet.