Links of Waterfall-related Websites

This page provides links from other great websites or blogs. Some of them are authored by friends who are just as fanatic about waterfalls (if not more) than us. They can be excellent supplemental resources to keep you informed about the wonderful world of waterfalls or about world travel in general.

To help you stumble upon a website or blog that might be of interest to you, we've broken up this list as follows...





INTERNATIONAL WATERFALLS (OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES)

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DOMESTIC WATERFALLS (WITHIN THE UNITED STATES)

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NOT WATERFALL SPECIFIC

  • Wai'ale'ale Basecamp (All Things Wai'ale'ale) by Mike K - a site about exploring some of the most remote regions of Kaua'i
  • Travel Wonders of the World (by Mark H) - a blog detailing experiences and musings from over 25 years worth of his personal travels around the world (including numerous waterfalls)
  • Footprint Press - website of the publishing company that publishes nature guides (Finders' Guide) in the New York area including one about Waterfalls in Central and Western New York
  • My Family Break - got kids? This website helps parents with families research their own family getaway with tools and information provided by a network of various like-minded people. Perhaps you can turn a waterfall vacation into one that the whole family can enjoy!
  • Anna's World Travel Guide - A world travel guide with a focus on culture.
  • California Through My Lens (by Josh McNair) - A photo and travel blog about various attractions throughout the state of California.
  • Undiscovered Yosemite (by Dave Hubbard) - a website dedicated to our favorite National Park written by someone who was born there! It contains some fascinating history as well as other educational material providing a deeper understanding of this special place.


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