Angel Falls or Salto Angel is the world’s highest waterfall, with a height of 979 m (3,212 ft.) and a plunge of 807 m (2,648 ft.). The waterfall drops over the vertical walls of the Auyantepui Table Mountain in the Canaima National Park, Venezuela. Because of its impressive height, before getting near the ground much of the water is carried away as a fine spray by the wind. Photo by: ENT108
The Multnomah Falls located in Corbett, Oregon, What makes this peaceful and forceful waterfall so iconic is the Benson Footbridge – a 45-foot (14 m)-long concrete arched bridge at the top of the lower waterfall, which divides, in the middle, the frame view of the two tiers. Photo by: Kelvin Kay
Ruby Falls is a 44 meter (145 ft.) high underground waterfall located about 341 meters (1120 ft.) below the top of Lookout Mountain, near Rock City and Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA. This surprising waterfall comes from the roof inside a cave, is collected in a pool in the cave floor and then continues through the mountain until finally join the Tennessee River. Electric lights were installed in the cave to turn it attractive colored. Photo by: rubyfalls.com
Discovered in 2006, Cueva del Fantasma (“Cave of the Ghost” in Spanish) is a giant cave in southern Venezuela, so huge, that it is big enough for two helicopters land on the floor. Located in a remote region, this spectacular waterfall comes down from its wall forming a pond at the floor and making the image of the cave even more surreal.