• RHINE FALLS: Tourists stand under a Swiss national flag on a rock in between the Rhine Falls in the town of Neuhausen, south of Schaffhausen. The Rhine Falls is one of the largest waterfalls in Europe, with an average flow of 700 m3 per second (25000 cubic ft/sec) the water cascades down the cataracts, which are 150 metres (450 ft) wide and 23 metres (75 ft) high. ReutersReuters
  • HORSESHOE FALLS: Tightrope walker walks the high wire from the U.S. side to the Canadian side over the Horseshoe Falls in Niagara Falls, OntarioReuters
  • GULLFOSS WATERFALL: People walk near Gullfoss waterfall in southwestern Iceland. The waterfall is one of the most popular tourist attraction in Iceland.Reuters
  • CANO CRISTALES: A general view of a waterfall in Cano Cristales river at Sierra de La Macarena National Park in Meta. The park is located in the south of the Andean nation and the river is locally referred as "the river of five colors" or "the liquid rainbow."Reuters
  • RAUDAL DE JIRIJIRIMO WATERFALL: A Kabiyari Indian fishes in front of the Raudal de Jirijirimo waterfall in the Yaigoje Apaporis National Nature Park. The park was just named the 56th national park in Colombia, and is located between Vaupes and Amazonas provinces in the south of the country, on the border with Brazil.Reuters
  • CASCADES D'OUZOUD: A view of Morocco's most famous waterfall, Cascades D'Ouzoud, near Marrakesh. The Cascades D'Ouzoud is 100 metres (328 feet) high and are visited by thousands of tourists every year.Reuters
  • HUKOU WATERFALL: A rainbow appears as a tourist takes pictures of the Hukou Waterfall on the Yellow River in Jixian county, Shanxi province. It is the second largest waterfall in China.Reuters
  • SUNDARIJAL: A waterfall in Sundarijal, Kathmandu, Nepal. Natural beauty and trekking routes attracts tourist to this place.Reuters
  • SALTOS DEL MONDAY WATERFALL: A tourist stands next to the backdrop of the Saltos del Monday waterfall, located near the border with Brazil and Argentina, in Presidente Franco district, Alto Parana.Reuters
  • YELLOWSTONE FALLS: People stand at the brink of the 93-meter tall Yellowstone River Lower Falls in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, United States.Reuters
  • CANAIMA LAGOON: Aerial view of the Canaima lagoon Waterfalls at Canaima National Park in the Venezuelan state of Bolivar.Reuters
  • KAIETEUR FALLS: A view of Kaieteur Falls in southern Guyana, which is located on the Pitaro Rivers. Kaieteur Falls is considered as one of the most powerful waterfalls in the world when combining the height of the main plunge of 741 feet (226 meters), with the great volume of water.Reuters
  • IGUAZU FALLS: Tourists view the Iguazu Falls from an observation platform at the Iguazu National Park near the southern Brazilian city of Foz do Iguacu. Forming a border between Argentina and Brazil, the Iguazu Falls, South America's largest waterfall, attract more than 1 million visitors a year.Reuters
  • SUNGAI LEPOH WATERFALL: A man stands at Sungai Lepoh Waterfall in Hulu Langat near Kuala Lumpur. It is the latest tourist destination and is also spelled as 'Lepok'.Reuters
  • NIAGARA FALLS: A view of frozen Niagara Falls, Ontario.Reuters

The sound, the enthusiasm and the scenic beauty are the things that you experience when you are near a waterfall. The nature's beauty mesmerises the visitors and they cannot resist snapping pictures.

The site of these beautiful waterfalls can make your day. The most famous Niagara Falls is absolutely worth visiting, especially in winters when the fall freezes.

Likewise, there are numerous mind boggling waterfalls in the world that will make your holiday at its best.

Check out the above slideshow of 15 spectacular waterfalls around the world.  

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