MAROKOPA FALLS – 0674

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The falls are another 2 km further down from the Piripiri Cave. The 35 m high falls are often described as the most beautiful in the country. Here the Marokopa River cascades over the undercut greywacke basement rock. Take the short track through tawa and nikau forest down to the viewing platform.
http://www.doc.govt.nz/

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From New Zealand
Travel from …. to Jan 27
Thanks Donna !

KAMUIWAKKA WATERFALL, SHIRETOKO PENINSULA _ 0578

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The Kamuiwakka Waterfall was a pretty well-known rotemburo (hot springs waterfall) deep in the wild Shiretoko National Park. The fact that it was a thermal springs-fed waterfall made it stand out from the rest of the waterfalls we had seen in Japan so far. Unfortunately for us, we couldn’t experience the onsen aspect of this rotemburo as the only way we were able to experience this waterfall was by boat. Had we been able to do this waterfall both ways, we would’ve bumped up the rating score of this waterfall for sure.
http://www.world-of-waterfalls.com/

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From Nara, Japan
Travel from June 25 to June 30
Thanks Noriko !

KAIETEUR FALLS (GUYANA) _ 0473

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Kaieteur Falls is a waterfall on the Potaro River in Kaieteur National Park, central Essequibo Territory, Guyana. It is 226 metres (741 ft) high when measured from its plunge over a sandstone and conglomerate cliff to the first break. It then flows over a series of steep cascades that, when included in the measurements, bring the total height to 251 metres (822 ft). While many falls have greater height, few have the combination of height and water volume, and the falls are among the most powerful waterfalls in the world with an average flow rate of 663 cubic metres per second (23,400 cubic feet per second)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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From Guyana 
Travel from April 8 to May 7
❤ Thanks so much Denise and Sophia ! ❤

IGUAZU NATIONAL PARK _ 0462

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The vegetation is mostly subtropical wet forest rich in lianas and epithytes, although the forests have less species diversity when compared with others in Brazil and parts of Paraguay. Nonethless, over 2,000 species of vascular plant have been identified. Vegitation around falls is particularly luxuriant due to the constant spray.
http://whc.unesco.org/

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From Brazil
Travel from Mar 17 to April 26
Thanks Luciano !

WAILUA FALLS _ 0395

Wailua Falls is an 113-foot waterfall located in Kauai, Hawaii that feeds into the Wailua River. There are paths to the bottom of the falls, but it can be muddy, slippery and dangerous. The “trail” further from the parking lot is less steep than the closer one. Some hikers have strung ropes along the paths, but officials come by every so often and cut them. In ancient times, Hawaiian men would jump from the top of the falls to prove their manhood. And people still leap off, though it is dangerous and illegal. The pool is great swimming, but do not go near the waterfall as the currents are very dangerous.There is another waterfall nearby named ‘Opaeka’a Falls.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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From USA
Travel from Mar 27 to April 3
Thanks Denise !

IGUAZU FALLS _ 0272

The Iguazu Falls are arranged in a way that seems like a reverse letter “J”. The border between Brazil and Argentina runs through the Devil’s Throat. On the right bank is the Brazilian territory, which has just over 20% of the jumps of these falls, and the left side jumps are Argentine, which make up almost 80% of the falls.

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From Cianorte, Parana, Brazil
Thanks Davi !

Capture

MULTNOMAH FALLS _ 0149

Thanks Caldwell !

Multnomah Falls

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Git Git
The highest waterfall in Bali

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From Indonesia
Thanks !

IGUAZU FALLS _ 0078

Iguazu Falls, Iguazú Falls, Iguassu Falls or Iguaçu Falls are waterfalls of the Iguazu River on the border of the Brazilian state of Paraná and the Argentine province of Misiones. The falls divide the river into the upper and lower Iguazu. The Iguazu River rises near the city of Curitiba. The river flows through Brazil for most of its course, although most of the falls are on the Argentine side. Below its confluence with the San Antonio River, the Iguazu River forms the boundary between Argentina and Brazil.

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From Victoria, Buenos Aries
Thanks Julio !