If we talk about the mesmerizing treasures mother nature has for us, waterfalls gain a very high ranking in offering a calm and relaxed environment. It seems pretty clear to keep watching the water tumbling down the rock and meeting a river beneath it. The sound of water falling hundreds of feet down excretes the happy hormone in our body. Not just the sound, it seems extravagant and magical to witness such a massive amount of water. If you are planning to go on a vacation that can also bring you a bit closer to nature, we will give you a list of few places that are best to visit post-pandemic.
The places we mention in the blog might allow visitors restricted access in light of the ongoing pandemic. You must cross-check the terms to visit before getting on the road.
Victoria Falls, Zambia
The waterfall is given the tag of UNESCO world heritage, and the pictures will not do any justice to its beauty. For the locals, the waterfall is called Smoke That Thunders. If you plan to visit in the rainy season, you will get soaked entirely just by walking on the trails on the Zimbabwe side. It is also the best spot to witness the beauty and sheer presence of the waterfall.
Angel Falls, Venezuela
If you are interested in keeping yourself updated, you must know that Angel Falls in Venezuela is the highest waterfall in the world. It is at the height of around 3,212 feet or 979 meters. For reference, Angel Falls is about 15 times higher than the mighty Niagara Falls. The waterfall is created by the Charan river, where it falls right from the mountain’s edge. There is also a second smaller drop of 30 meters just above the rapids.
Niagara Falls, USA/Canada
There isn’t a single person who has even a slight interest in nature and doesn’t know about this mighty waterfall. The sheer power and the fusion of three waterfalls draws a significant amount of tourism to the country. The waterfall is located on the USA and Canada border, and it has a fall of 614 feet. If you are visiting the place, there are various spots that you can choose to view the falls. While you are there on tour, you will need to wear a rain jacket.
Dudhsagar Falls, India
The waterfalls named Dudhsagar is such a mesmerizing and soothing spot. It falls 1,000 feet with around four tiers that are 100 feet wide. The amount of water that it has is the reason it got the nickname Sea Of Milk. It is because the waterfall gives an illusion of milk being poured down in the Mandovi River. The waterfall is situated in the state of Goa, and it is inside the Bhagwan Mahavir Sanctuary that is some 60 km from the capital city. The distance is around 45 km from Mudgaon.
Plitvice Waterfalls, Croatia
The national park of Plitvice Lakes constitutes 16 lakes, and they are made up of a pretty mesmerizing sight. These waterfalls in Croatia are unique, and they emit a fantastic gradient of blue and green along with a tint of turquoise. Vast landscapes surround the waterfalls with lush greenery. If you are the one who wants to capture some fantastic pictures for social media, Plitvice Waterfalls is just the perfect spot to visit. It attracts over a million tourists and local visitors every year.