The majestic Niagara Falls and Victoria Falls are not the only breathtaking waterfalls in the world that will get nature-loving Singaporeans' eyes beaming with excitement. There are plenty of wondrous waterfalls in the world that are worth seeing in real life for that magical, unforgettable experience that all urban dwellers would be so grateful for.
3 Most Incredible Waterfalls In The World That Deserve More Attention
1. Havasu Falls
Do you feel like going hiking and marvelling at a beautiful waterfall that splays into a lustrous turquoise blue pool that is set against fiery red rocks? Havasu Falls is a place you need to visit at least once in your lifetime.
Nestled deep in the Grand Canyon within the Havasupai tribal lands, Havasu Falls surely isn't the easiest waterfall to get to, but if you are determined to work up a sweat and go there, you will be rewarded.
After all, this waterfall that happens to be part of the Havasupai American Indian Reservation is the most photographed waterfall in the Grand Canyon and the most sought after waterfall along the Havasu Creek.
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Kirkjufellsfoss may not be the biggest nor tallest waterfall that Mother Earth has to offer but this gorgeous waterfall located close to Kirkjufell Mountain and Grundarfjörður Town in western Iceland is absolutely stunning, especially when the Northern Lights are active. The view that you get to feast your eyes on is one that will definitely induce some serious envy from your friends and family who can only live vicariously through your pictures.
It is best that you take your time and get up close with the accessible Kirkjufellsfoss. There is just so much natural beauty over there that deserves our time and attention. While you are at it, make a trip to the Snæfellsjökull National Park that is not far from Kirkjufellsfoss to catch glimpses of the Vatnshellir Cave and Snæfellsjökull Glacier as well.
3. Iguazu Falls
The Iguazu Falls (also known as Iguaçu Falls and Iguassu Falls) is a spectacular place that comprises 275 individual cascades and waterfalls along the Iguazu River that borders both Argentina and Brazil.
This awe-inspiring range of waterfalls in South America spans a distance of around 3 kilometres which is about twice as wide as the world-famous Niagara Falls. Experience the splendour of the exquisite Iguazu Falls by going on helicopter flips and strolling along the special walkways that have been constructed around the Iguazu Falls.