World of Waterfalls Blog
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Florence Falls is a 30-40m waterfall a short walk from its car park in Litchfield National Park, featuring a swim hole that tends to be free of crocodiles.
Tolmer Falls is a tall 35m waterfall in Litchfield National Park with a lookout and side trail leading to a natural bridge with rare bats and more cascades.
Wangi Falls is a 41-52m tall waterfall in Litchfield National Park that may have a companion in high flow. It can also be a swim hole if conditions allow.
Tjaetaba Falls is a light-flowing series of waterfalls and secluded swim holes on Greenant Creek in Litchfield National Park, but offers a tranquil bush walk.
Robin Falls is a seasonal 3-tiered waterfall that may offer crocodile-free swimming near Adelaide River in the Top End accessed by a 30-45 min return walk.
The receptionist then told us that they would substitute the Jim Jim Falls/Twin Falls excursion with a trip out to Gunlom Falls. Julie and I knew this was unacceptable since we had just driven there..
This five-day Memorial Day Weekend itinerary was largely a result of one of Julie’s cousins getting married in their home city of Seattle. Of course, we also saw this as an opportunity to fit in some waterfalling and sightseeing…
Snoqualmie Falls is a 268ft waterfall in a suburb east of Seattle that is easily the most popular and most visited waterfall in the state of Washington.
Twin Falls is a graceful 132ft waterfall on the South Fork Snoqualmie River in Washington yielding a quieter and more serene experience than Snoqualmie Falls.
Wallace Falls features 3 waterfalls on the Wallace River where the Lower Falls is a combined 212ft, the Middle Falls is 260ft, and the Upper Falls is 100ft.
This itinerary was about our trip to Death Valley for the first time. Although this trip involved a lot of long drives, Julie and I were surprisingly able to accomplish quite a bit in terms of all the sights we wanted to see in Death Valley itself…
It was too late in terms of the impact the camera made with the ground, but I also had to wipe away all that sand and salt that was suddenly all over the newly-bought expensive device…
Darwin Falls is a 25-30ft waterfall near Panamint Springs in Death Valley National Park, accessed by a two-mile round-trip hike into a narrowing canyon.
This itinerary of our weekend visit to Yosemite National Park was all about catching the firefall as it was one of the few things left that I didn’t try from The Photographer’s Guide to Yosemite by Michael Frye….
Driven by the thought of trying to get that sought-after firefall, my wife and I went on another spontaneous Yosemite trip. I was concerned about my old 1990 Legend making it…
In this itinerary, Julie and I took a tropical vacation during the holiday season between Christmas and New Years in Fiji. Something really quirky about this trip was that we flew out on the evening of Christmas Eve and we landed in Fiji on Boxing Day…
Waibula Falls is an attractive waterfall that sits in a Danish-owned plantation in eastern Taveuni. It is the last highlight of the plantation tour which can be arranged…
It had been over an hour since the last Tavoro Waterfall we had seen. The footing was slippery with almost every step we took and we had to endure three rope-assisted stream crossings…
The Tavoro Waterfalls are a series of three waterfalls (24m, 15m, and 10m, respectively) all accessed on a hike in Bouma National Heritage Park on Taveuni.
Wainibau Falls is a very beautiful 10-15m waterfall and swimming hole at the end of the scenic 5km Lavena Coastal Walk on the east coast of Taveuni Island.