Are you planning a trip soon? Do you wish to visit a place that will take your breath away and will help you make some wonderful memories after quite some time in quarantines and curfews? These fantastic waterfalls definitely deserve to be seen at least once in your lifetime, and now it’s the perfect time to pick your destination. Traveling is going to be eased this year, and I bet that all of you are impatiently waiting to grab your passports and go on an adventure. Check out these waterfalls, and see which country is going to be the first one on your list after the Covid-19 restrictions.
Ban Gioc–Detian Falls – Vietnam
Ban Gioc waterfall is considered to be one of the most beautiful Chinese hidden gems. This secret natural wonder is located in Vietnam and it’s 30 meters high. It is more than 800 meters wide which makes it the widest waterfall in the country. Although people from China and Vietnam visit this place often, it’s rarely visited by other international visitors. However, its popularity is on the rise, so don’t wait any longer to plan your trip here. remember that September to October is the best time to visit. The site is less likely to be crowded during the workdays, so you will have this beauty to yourselves. When it’s people-free, you are bound to get some majestic photographs here for sure. The surrounding tropical jungle around the waterfalls will leave you speechless as well.
Iguazu Falls – Argentina
On the border between Brazil and Argentina you will find these outstanding waterfalls which are 2,700 meters in diameter, and 80 meters high. These massive waterfalls are one of the most attractive natural sites in the world, and they have been added to the World Heritage List in 1984. Their imposing beauty has won the hearts of everyone who has been here. You can see them both from Argentina and Brazil. It’s said that Argentina provides the show while Brazil enjoys the view. On the Argentine side, you can get so much closer to the falls, while the Brazilian one will offer you more spectacular panoramic views. If you are about to go to Argentina soon, the Iguazu Falls should definitely be on your to-visit list.
Jog Falls – Karnataka
The Jog Falls are also known by other names as well: Gerusoppe Falls, Gersoppa Falls, and Jogada. This is one of the highest waterfalls in India which will give you some pretty spectacular sights. Raja, Rani, Roarer, and Rocket are the four cascades that plunge in the dense forest. The ideal time to come and enjoy their beauty is from August to December when they have the best flow. In the dry season, two of these four streams dry out. You can reach this destination by air, by rail or by road. There are three famous viewpoints that you should have in mind if you plan to visit Karnataka soon. The main viewpoint is the Hotel Mayura, the second one is at the base of the Jog Falls, and the third one is from Inspection Bungalow. All the viewpoints are different from one another!
Niagara Falls – United States Of America
The Niagra Falls are undoubtedly the most popular falls in the world, so you must see them at least once in your lifetime. Do you know what makes this destination the number-one destination for adventure seekers? The pristine trails which give plenty of possibilities for hikers, the scenic terrain, and the waterfalls which grab all of your attention are the key things that get tourists here every day. The Niagra Falls State Park is the best viewpoint to witness the astonishing views. If you want to experience the force of the water, make sure you go to the Cave of the Winds. Or are you more for an unforgettable experience to see the falls from a boar or maybe from a helicopter? Excitement is guaranteed regardless of whichever you choose!
Bigar Cascade Falls – Romania
The locals are calling the Bigar Cascade Falls “the miracle from the Minis Canyon”. The unusual carpet of moss is the one that grabbed my attention and made me check this waterfall out. It’s very different from the roaring falls that we saw so far, but this is what makes it so special and unique. The water flows over rounded stones and it gets diverted into small streams which fall in the basin. Although this waterfall is small, it deserves to be on the list of the most beautiful waterfalls around the world. Romania definitely holds one of the most amazing natural wonders, and if you want to explore the outdoors you should make a trip to this country for sure. The surroundings of the waterfalls are spectacular as well, and you can enjoy some small guest houses, less-traveled routes, and less crowded attractions.