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Most Incredible Waterfalls in the World

Every travel knows about the magnificent Niagara Falls and the majestic Victoria Falls. Although spectacular and beautiful, the world is composed of other incredible waterfalls waiting to be explored. Keep reading to discover some of the best waterfalls in the world.

Detian Waterfall, China
Straddling the Sino-Vietnamese border, this trans-national waterfall is a spectacular two-part waterfall cascading into an aqua-blue pool of water. The two parts include the main waterfall on the Chinese border and the Ban Gioc Waterfall on the Vietnamese border. No matter what country you’re in, both are amazing and unite as one long chain of spouting water.

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Proxy Falls, Oregon
This extremely tall, dual-segmented waterfall pours 200 feet above the ground. This photogenic waterfall looks best with long exposures creating the smooth-water look as it runs through the lush, fertile landscape.

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The River of Five Colors, Columbia
If seeking a waterfall of a different color, this is your best spout and possible best wonder of the world. This biological wonder spurts vibrant colors of plant life, creating flowing waters of reds, yellows and greens. It’s as if a bag of skittles melted, creating a rainbow effect in the water.

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Purestock / thinkstock.com

Mossbrae Falls, California
Located on a side of a hill, the falls stretch for about 200 feet, trickling down the side of moss patches, rocks and vegetation. The flowing effect looks similar to thousands of tiny waterfalls flowing together toward the same source of water.

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The Crying Rock, Mauritius
The crying rock brings tears to every traveler’s eyes due to the majestic beauty of nature. Legend has it that the rock looks like a praying nun, and when the ocean crashes on top, life creates an ocean-made waterfall, thus the rock’s face pour into tears.

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Johnston Canyon Falls, Alberta, Canada
Located in Banff, this gorge’s geography hosts a spectacle of greens, blues and yellows, thanks to the local flora and fauna. Along side is a paved trail way, which leads to the upper and lower falls, in search of the cascades pouring into a glacial-blue pool of water.

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Hailshadow / iStock / thinkstock.com

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