Here's some advice on seeing the largest waterfalls in the world.
Waterfalls are amazing natural wonders that are a true privilege to visit. Many different parts of the world house waterfalls of all heights and sizes. Each comes with their own story and unique beauty.
For example, the local of Peru near the Gocta Cataracts stay away from this majestic area because they believe in the curse of the white-haired mermaid who protects it.
But it isn't easy to visit waterfalls. Some falls are located in obscure places, so the only way you can really see them is by flying by it!
To help make your wanderlust a little easier, Largest.org created a guide to visiting the largest waterfalls in the world. They identify things like if you're required to take a tour, if you should be prepared to swim to reach the falls and if the waterfalls is picnic-friendly!
Take a look at their guide below to see what waterfall you'd like to visit and how you'll need to prepare.
Those look like some incredible adventures just waiting to happen! And most are outside of the United States, except for Yosemite Falls in Yosemite National Park.
It'd be well worth it to find time to visit these famous waterfalls while seeing new corners of our planet.
We want to send out a big thanks to the team over at Largest.org for sharing this with us. Wherever your travels take you, be safe and enjoy!