The Victoria Falls or Mosi-oa-Tunya is a gorgeous waterfall, located on the Zambia and Zimbabwe border.
The water of Zambezi river falls down in a straight line for 354 ft (108 m).
It is wide ( 5,604 ft/1,708 m), therefore water spray raises very high and can be spotted from many kilometers away.
Angel Falls is the highest in the world, which falls down uninterrupted for 3,212 ft (979 m).
Make sure to order a side of their legendary mushy peas.
To look at 149, a clean and efficient chippy, set in a parade of shops on an unremarkable road in the seaside town of Bridlington, you would not expect gastronomic glory. Behind closed doors, hours before it opens, owners Tracy Poskitt and Matthew Silk are skinning and boning their line-caught haddock; then they prep the beef-dripping batter and chip the locally grown Maris Piper potatoes.
Visiting some of these waterfalls below might be a breathtaking experience, since they overwhelm with the stunning sight, as well as a splitting voice.
It attracts many tourists, who like extreme trips, since the fall is in the middle of a wilderness with no urban amenities.
Niagara Falls is probably the most famous in the world. Niagara is formed of two sections – the Horseshoe Falls on the Canadian side and the American Falls on the American side – that are separated by an island.
They invade your peripheral vision; they pop up behind your window.
The women wait for you to start staring, and, just when you're interested, they hit you up for money.