Latin America Waterfalls: Visitor Contributions / Writeups

This page contains the contributions or writeups of Latin America Waterfalls from website visitors who have been generous in sharing their knowledge and photos. Its purpose is to make it easier for other visitors to find these submissions while also making it easier for website contributors to share their experiences.

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We generally give preference to submissions that are accompanied with at least one photo (so you can quickly see what the waterfall looks like) and contain information that we feel will be of help to a fellow website visitor wishing to learn more about the waterfall being written about. Waterfall submissions that do not contain photos may be considered on this page if the write-up is informative, personal, or both. Waterfalls that we have not personally visited will be shown in bold.




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WATERFALL THUMBNAILS

To get a glimpse of what each waterfall looks like, check out the table below. Click on the waterfalls to read more about them.

Cascadas El Chiflon

Cascadas El Chiflon (Mexico)

by Fransisco Manuel (Tzimol, Chiapas, Mexico)
Cola del Serpiente

Cola del Serpiente (Mexico)

by Nick (Santa Cruz, California, USA)


El Sapo Falls (Venezuela)

by Sally Callaghan (United Kingdom) *
Salto Grande

Salto Grande (Chile)

by Andrew Waddington (England, United Kingdom) *
Upper Salto Grande

Upper Salto Grande (Chile)

by Andrew Waddington (England, United Kingdom)
Gocta

Gocta Waterfall (Peru)

by Georg (Freiburg, Germany) *


Grass Fall (Guyana)

by Kelvin (Bronx, New York, USA)
Yumbilla

Yumbilla and Chinata Waterfalls (Peru)

by Adomas Koreniukas (Lima, Peru) *


Angel Falls (Venezuela)

by Elaine Corum (Carmichael, California, USA) *


Angel Falls (Venezuela)

by Pam Orisek (Santa Cruz, California, USA) *


Iguassu Falls (Argentina / Brazil)

by Robin (Indianapolis, Indiana, USA) *
Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls (Argentina / Brazil)

by Joseph Hollick (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) *


Iguazu Falls (Argentina / Brazil)

by Gary (Santa Cruz, California, USA) *


Iguazu Falls (Argentina / Brazil)

by Sandy S T (Seattle, Washington, USA) *
Iguassu Falls

Iguassu Falls (Argentina / Brazil)

by Andrew Waddington (England, United Kingdom)
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Saltos del Mocona

Saltos del Mocona (Argentina / Brazil)

by Davis (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Angel Falls

Angel Falls (Venezuela)

by ninaparri (USA) *
Catarata Rubel Chaim

Catarata Rubel Chaim (Mexico)

by Carlos Contreras (USA)
Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls (Argentina / Brazil)

by Saeed (Iran) *



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What Other Visitors Have Said

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Cadena de Cascadas El Chiflon 
El Chiflon es una cadena de cascadas ubicadas en el municio de Tzimol, estado de Chiapas. La mas alta de todas es La Cascada Velo de Novia con 70 MES …

Pictures of Ruben Chain Waterfall 
I want to share one more pictures from this beaUtiful waterfal Ruben Chain near Coban, Guatemala, CA

Catarata Rubel Chaím 
I call Ramtzul resort my little heaven in earth, my family and I go there every year to reconnect with our inner spirit, the place is magical and full …

Cola del Serpiente 
This is a very impressive waterfall in the state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico. The waterfall is located in the town of Santiago Apoala which is very scenic …

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