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Top 3 waterfalls you must visit

Thursday, 06 July 2017
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Awed by the grandeur and power of free falling water? Gently kissing the gliding clouds and rainbow, the waterfall pelts out a formidable thunderous roar, which is a force to reckon with. Cool, and crystal clear, every waterfall has a mesmerising effect that refreshes the mind and soothes the soul. 

Want to experience the wild, free falling waters? Then visit these 3 amazing waterfalls from around the world.

Niagara Falls

Stretching across the US-Canadian border, the Niagara Falls (167 feet) never fails to awe its onlookers. Consisting of three major falls viz, Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls, this overwhelming flow of water is a great source of inspiration to explorers, travellers, artists, authors, filmmakers, etc! Apart from just viewing the overpowering water source, there are so many other activities you can do around the Niagara river. You can cruise through the basin of Niagara Falls State Park’s Horseshoe Falls by taking the Maid of the Mist boat tour or engage yourself with interactive exhibits at Niagara Gorge Discovery Centre and explore the exotic flora and fauna at the hiking trails.

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Victoria Falls

The greatest curtain of falling water in the world, the Victoria Falls is an awe-inspiring natural wonder. Located on the Zambezi River, and creating a watery smoke that thunders, this largest water fall in the world extends for more than a kilometre and a height of more than hundred meters. Known as the adventure centre of Southern Africa, there’s no dearth of thrilling activities to do around Victoria Falls. Don’t miss out on the elephant back safaris, lion walks, bush walks, mountain biking, white water rafting and fly fishing.

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Iguazu Falls

Born to a volcanic eruption and tectonic plate movement, Iguazu Falls is celebrated as the most spectacular waterfall in the world.  Spanning between Argentina and Brazil, the U shaped Devil’s Throat drops more than 80 meters into a milky abyss of mist. A trip into the surrounding subtropical rainforest will let you catch a glimpse of tapirs, giant anteaters, howler monkeys, ocelots, jaguars and caymans. If you are a plant lover you can relish the 2,000 species of vascular plants. The large clouds of water spray incessantly, thereby soaking several river islands and the riverine forests nearby. This creates an extremely humid micro-climate favouring lush and dense sub-tropical vegetation that harbours a diverse fauna.

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Visiting wild and free waters is such a liberating experience.  So don’t carry wads of cash and waste your precious time on checking foreign exchange and worrying about the safety of your money. Carry a travel card for hassle free shopping and travel.

Go experience the raw power of gravity!

 

Awed by the grandeur and power of free falling water? Gently kissing the gliding clouds and rainbow, the waterfall pelts out a formidable thunderous roar, which is a force to reckon with. Cool, and crystal clear, every waterfall has a mesmerising effect that refreshes the mind and soothes the soul.

Want to experience the wild, free falling waters? Then visit these 3 amazing waterfalls from around the world.

Niagara Falls

Stretching across the US-Canadian border, the Niagara Falls (167 feet) never fails to awe its onlookers. Consisting of three major falls viz, Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls, this overwhelming flow of water is a great source of inspiration to explorers, travellers, artists, authors, filmmakers, etc! Apart from just viewing the overpowering water source, there are so many other activities you can do around the Niagara river. You can cruise through the basin of Niagara Falls State Park’s Horseshoe Falls by taking the Maid of the Mist boat tour or engage yourself with interactive exhibits at Niagara Gorge Discovery Centre and explore the exotic flora and fauna at the hiking trails.

Victoria Falls

The greatest curtain of falling water in the world, the Victoria Falls is an awe-inspiring natural wonder. Located on the Zambezi River, and creating a watery smoke that thunders, this largest water fall in the world extends for more than a kilometre and a height of more than hundred meters. Known as the adventure centre of Southern Africa, there’s no dearth of thrilling activities to do around Victoria Falls. Don’t miss out on the elephant back safaris, lion walks, bush walks, mountain biking, white water rafting and fly fishing.

Iguazu Falls

Born to a volcanic eruption and tectonic plate movement, Iguazu Falls is celebrated as the most spectacular waterfall in the world.  Spanning between Argentina and Brazil, the U shaped Devil’s Throat drops more than 80 meters into a milky abyss of mist. A trip into the surrounding subtropical rainforest will let you catch a glimpse of tapirs, giant anteaters, howler monkeys, ocelots, jaguars and caymans. If you are a plant lover you can relish the 2,000 species of vascular plants. The large clouds of water spray incessantly, thereby soaking several river islands and the riverine forests nearby. This creates an extremely humid micro-climate favouring lush and dense sub-tropical vegetation that harbours a diverse fauna.

Visiting wild and free waters is such a liberating experience.  So don’t carry wads of cash and waste your precious time on checking foreign exchange and worrying about the safety of your money. Carry a travel card for hassle free shopping and travel.

Go experience the raw power of gravity!

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