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The Niagara Falls in Canada and Victoria Falls in Zambia are hands down so magnificent but they’re not the only fall that is worth a visit. There are other cascades out there so grand that not many are aware of yet. Here is a list of other spectacular waterfalls in the world as recommended by travel experts themselves.

Plitvice Waterfalls, Croatia

Unlike most singular waterfalls, the Plitvice Waterfalls is a gigantic group of karstic lakes and waterfalls. It’s breathtaking to see a sequence of waterfalls-lake-waterfalls-lake, etc. The waterfalls serve as segregation of the many vivid, colorful lakes that give life to its rich ecosystem. The complex is divided into Upper and Lower Lakes and separated by a long lake called Jezero Kozjak. As you walk each section, you will discover that there are a lot of crisscrossing junctures so, in the long run, each visitor can come up of their own ways to experience the falls to the fullest.

Dettifoss Waterfalls, Iceland

Dettifoss is located in Vatnajökull National Park in Northern Iceland and is known to be the most powerful waterfalls in Europe. The nearby Vatnajökull glacier is the source of the water and due to its residue-rich nature, the water appears to be grayish in color. It has a drop of 44 meters (144 ft) down to the Jökulsárgljúfur canyon with an average water flow of 193 m3/s, making it the largest waterfalls in Iceland.

Iguazu Falls, Argentina

The Iguazu Falls are the largest waterfall network in the world. The falls split the river into two: Upper and Lower Iguazu. It has an average flow of 1000 cubic meters per second. It is made up of 27 individual waterfalls and cascades with a surrounding rainforest that matches a natural and astounding attraction such as this.

Kaieteur Falls, Guyana

This waterfall is said to be 741ft tall and 370ft wide, indeed the tallest single-drop monster falls in the world by the volume of water flowing over it. This is by far, the most notable scenic wonder in Guyana. The falls is settled in a pristine rainforest and is, in fact, undeveloped, with no signs of civilization around, probably makes this a waterfall in its most natural setting.