Top 10 Highest Waterfalls Around The World

Nature has created great diversity in landscapes, with the likes of mountains, rivers, seas, deserts and waterfalls. These landforms not only exhibit the creativity and power of nature, but have also been a source of fascination for the human race.

Here are top 10 world’s highest waterfalls:

10. Browne Falls

Browne Falls

On the number 10 spot in this list is the magnificent waterfalls known as the Browne Falls, which lie above Doubtful Sound in the Fiordland National Park of New Zealand. This 2744 feet high waterfall is formed by Lake Browne overflowing down the face of the mountain.

9. James Bruce Falls

James Bruce Falls

Falling from the altitude of 2755 feet, the James Bruce Falls in Princess Louisa Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada is regarded as the highest waterfall in North America. The origin of the falls lies in a small snowfield in the park.

8. Pu’uka’oku Falls

Pu’uka’oku Falls

Next on the list of top1 0 highest waterfalls I the world is Pu’uka’oku Falls in Hawaii, which measures an incredible 2756 feet in altitude. It is also the highest waterfall in USA.

7. Balaifossen Falls

Balaifossen Falls

Balaifossen is a magnificent waterfall in Hordaland, Norway. Dropping from a height of 2788 feet, it is regarded as the second highest waterfall in Europe and Norway.

6. Vinnufossen Falls

Vinnufossen Falls

Another Norwegian waterfall to feature in the list is Vinnufossen, which lies in the east of a village called Sunndalsora in More og Romsal county of Norway. It is situated at a height of 2822 feet and is fed by the Vinnufonna glacier and river Vinnu.

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