10 Highest Waterfalls in the World

There are a lots of waterfalls on this planet. Today we would like talking about top 10 highest waterfalls in the world only. According different sources, the top highest waterfalls are includes Angel Falls in Venezuela, Tugela Falls in South Africa, Three Sisters Falls in Peru, Oloʻupena Falls in United States, Yumbilla Falls in Peru, Vinnufossen and Balåifossen in Norway, Pu’uka’oku Falls in United States, James Bruce Falls in Canada, and Browne Falls in New Zealand. The post is with a brief fact of waterfalls and attached with images.

1. Angel Falls, Venezuela

There are many waterfalls in the world but today we would like to share you one of the beautiful waterfalls called Angel Falls which is a waterfall located in Auyantepui, Canaima National Park, Bolívar State, Venezuela. Angel Falls is the highest continuous waterfall in the world which has a height of 979 meters, a plunge of 807 meters and 2 drops.
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2. Tugela Falls, South Africa

The second highest waterfall of the world is Tugela Falls which situated in the Drakensberg in KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa. It is a seasonal waterfall with the total height of 948 meters and longest drop of 411 meters. There are 5 drops and the watercourse for the fall is from Tugela River. We can access Tugela Falls by two different trails. The remarkable trail is to the top of Mont-Aux-Sources and another trail to the foot of the Tugela Falls. The spectacular view of the Tugela Falls is after a heavy rain and the best time to visit the falls is in late summer from March to May because in this period all the river are full and the weather is good. Moreover, during this time the vegetation and surrounding view is green and lush.
2. Tugela Falls
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