I would love to visit a waterfall one weekend soon. Seems there are not any waterfalls that you can actually play in, here in the US. Can you name one?
I have just returned from a trip to the Kjosfossen waterfall. The ladies and the music were really great. Do you know the music that is played? If not, how I might find out?
WOW!!!! The drive there was bumpy and very long, but WOW!!! This is all you can say when you walk down the small trail to the falls and hear the sheer power of the water cascading over the edge. Two falls within a few meters of each other with the larger one falling straight on […]
One of the few waterfalls to empty directly into the sea.
Bula Johnny, So you walked back to Lavena from the Falls? I don’t want to duplicate. How far down the coast did you get? Did you seen Tino in Lavena village? This is one of my old haunts – love the area and I may actually live at the other end of the coast where […]
I lived in Alohaland 20 years and did many documentaries and started the sea kayaking industry there. Every time I went from Hilo to Waipio I would stop at the Rainbow Falls complex and have a great time. Thanks for the memories! Now I have to go through thousands of images and build my Hawai’i […]
I would like to know how many waterfalls flow directly into the ocean? I know the Waterfall Bluff in South Africa is one. How many more are there?
I love your videos. I have also been a waterfall lover my whole life and have a pretty extensive collection of pictures. I wanted to ask you since you have been all over the world, have you encountered any information on Boyoma Falls or Inga Falls on the Zaire River? No one seems to have […]
There is a small waterfall near our home that is on a delightful walk most of the year. During high water (which lasts about 1 day following rain), the sound is more impressive, but the pictures less so: Conversely, the Lower Falls of the Genesee is always more impressive when the flow is high enough […]
Wow I never knew you could do so much with a camera! I have a $300 dollar one and my mom has a 1000 dollar one so our family likes photography! I love taking pictures of waterfalls and what I found out is that when you take a picture of I waterfalls on a picture […]
Although I have never been to Angel Falls I do have a connection to them. My father and our family lived in British Guiana during the 40’s and 50’s. My dad was a government negotiator for part of that time and we lived on Atkinson Field, a former American air base. It was during that […]
One of the most impressive falls we have seen is not on your list. It is the Virginia Falls in the Nahanni National Park in the North West Territories, Canada. It is located 230 km west of Fort Simpson accessible by air. We flew in a twin otter float plane and landed above the falls. […]
Back in 1994 I took a flight out of Barcelona (Puerto La Cruz) Venezuela to Canaima. It was a 3 or 4 hour flight (one way) in an old DC3 aircraft. After landing at Canaima we were taken on a 3 hour long trip through the surrounding area ending up having lunch near the falls […]
I lived in southern Ontario for the first 45 years of my life and visited the falls many, many times. It was always a favourite day trip. It’s fun to go in the summer and get wet as you approach them on a windy day. Just the sound of the water itself is pretty amazing.
I’ve been visiting Taveuni’s Ravilevu coastline since 1983 and it is truly the land of waterfalls – and I’ve jumped a few in my 64 years of adventure. John “Caveman” Gray
In 1982 when I was young and stupid I sat in the falls and hung my feet over the edge. It was a rush and an awesome sight but not too smart.
In the Fifties, a French couple in Honeymoon drove into the waterfall from the old road (along the tunnel). According to the story the flowers were found floating in the water, giving the name “Brudesløret” to the waterfall (The Bride’s Veil). Both died.
This waterfall is not to be missed. One of my very faves anywhere! I’ve been to it twice – both in May during high snow melt in ’06 & ’07. During those times – the footbridge seems so long and you most likely will get wet. Looking up – it is almost impossible to see […]
Along the Columbia River Gorge on the Oregon side, there is a trail to the Punch Bowl Falls. In this case the bowl is at the top of the falls. Very beautiful.
The description of a punchbowl waterfall sounds like several of the waterfalls at Watkins Glen. The plunge has carved out a deep bowl in the rock underneath the falls. This punchbowl falls term could also describe the Horseshoe Falls at Niagara Falls and the High Falls at Rochester. In both cases, the pool under the […]