The Highest Waterfalls in the World

A waterfall is an incredible natural spectacle. A waterfall is flowing water, which on its way into the estuary goes into free fall. The distinctive gradient of 100% is a typical feature.

You can find out which are the highest waterfalls in the world below.

Rank 10 of the highest waterfalls in the world: Lofoï Falls

The Lofoi Falls are located in Kundelungu National Park in the Congo with a height of 340 meters, they occupy 10th place in the ranking for the highest waterfalls in the world.

Rank 9: The Krimml Waterfalls

With a fall height of 380 meters, the Krimml Waterfalls occupy 9th place in the ranking for the highest waterfalls in the world. The Krimml Waterfalls are viewed by more than 350,000 visitors each year and are one of the most spectacular sights in Austria.

8th place in the ranking of the highest waterfalls: Takakkaw Falls

The Takakkaw Falls in Yoho National Park in Canada reach a height of 381 meters. According to official measurements, the waterfall in Yoho National Park is the second highest waterfall in Canada.

7th largest waterfall in the world: Gavarnie Falls in France

The Gavarnie Falls are located in France and, with a height of 422 meters, are the 7th highest waterfalls. The Gavarnie Falls are located in the Pyrenees National Park.

Sixth place in the ranking of the highest waterfalls: The Ribbon Waterfall in California

The Ribbon Fall is located in Yosemite National Park in California and comes to an altitude of 491 meters.

5th place in the ranking of the highest waterfalls: The Sutherland Falls

The Sutherland Falls in New Zealand reach a height of 580 meters. The Sutherland Falls got its name from Donald Sutherland, a Scottish-born explorer who discovered the falls during one of his explorations in 1880.

4th place of the highest waterfalls worldwide: The Kukenaam Falls

The Kukenaam Falls are located in Venezuela and reach a total height of about 600 meters. At the same time they are the source of the Caroni River.

# 3 tallest waterfall in the world: Yosemite Falls

The Yosemite Falls are among the most famous waterfalls in the world. Located in Yosemite National Park in California, the total drop height of Yosemite Falls is 739 meters.

2nd place in the ranking for the highest waterfalls in the world: The Tugela Falls

The Tugela Falls are located in the Royal Natal National Park near the Drakensberg Mountains in the South African province of Kwazulu-Natal and also reach a height of 948 meters.

And in first place in the ranking for the highest waterfalls in the world: Salto Ángel

The Salto Ángel, named after the explorer Jimmie Angel, is a waterfall that is located in the southeast of Venezuela. The Salto Ángel, also known as Angel Falls, reaches a total height of 979 meters, making it the highest free-falling waterfall in the world! To reach Angel Falls, tourists must travel for at least an hour.

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