Waterfalls South Africa (Berlin Falls)

Berlin Falls are part of the waterfall route in Mpumalanga. A clear mountain river breaks down on solid rock and plunges in a wonderful green lake. 1 CommentOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Lisbon Falls, South Africa Waterfalls

Lisbon Falls are part of the waterfall route in Mpumalanga. They were named after the originating city of the pioneers that discovered them. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Horse Shoe Falls, South Africa Waterfalls

The Horse Shoe Falls are in the middle of a forest near Sabie, Mpumalanga It is part of the waterfall route. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Lone Creek Falls, South Africa Waterfalls

Lone Creek Falls are part of the waterfall route in the area of Sabie, Mpumalanga. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Bridal Veil Falls, South Africa Waterfalls

South Africa has some very beautiful waterfalls. The Mpumalanga province has even a real waterfall route. During a one day trip I enjoyed the wonderful Bridal Veil Falls, the Mac Mac falls, Lone Creek Falls, Horseshoe falls, Lisbon falls and Berlin Falls. Still I would like to see the Tugela Falls, of which it is […]

Anse-La-Raye & St. Lucia robbed at gun point on april 29.2010 carnival victory cruise lines shore excursion…bike and hike.

April 29.2010. Our group of 14 went to Anse-La-Raye water falls on a carnival victory shore excursion and 4 members were robbed at gun point by two masked men. Will not ever go back to the island of St. Lucia. Please take precaution..Not a joke…The un-employment on the island is over 35% ..Not a safe […]

Maungaharakeikei Falls, North Island, New Zealand

The little known Maungaharakeikei Falls (pronounced Mong-ah-hah-rah-kay-kay)are probably the North Island of New Zealand‘s least known major falls and yet it is clearly seen from a minor State Highway, if one knows where to look. Touted as the 2nd longest drop falls in the N.I. at approx. 100m, the falls discharge from the steep face […]

I really liked these falls! (Ortega Falls)

I’m 15 years old and I went to these falls with my best friend and my 4 younger siblings and my dad. It was a ton of fun! Be warned, the hike we took to get there was crazy! My little brother was terrified he was going to die. We finally got to what we […]

Forest Falls , CA

We took a long hike up to Forest Falls yesterday for the first time and loved it ! The falls are flowing well and the stream below is low enough to cross to see it. Be prepared to get wet ! 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up […]

Most Amazing Waterfall! Iguazu Falls

I visited Iguazu Falls in February 2010 for two days staying at the Sheraton Hotel in the Park on the Argentina side. Two days was not long enough as I did not make it to the Brazil side. We took a boat trip into the bottom of the falls thinking that it would be like […]

Winter Gullfoss

I love your Gullfoss pictures, they look so different from when I visited this waterfall in November. An immense icy waterfall surrounded by snow and more ice. Absolutely stunning. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Hopetoun Falls

Hopetoun Falls: After winter would be the best time to capture this beauty through the camera lens. I liked the volume of water flow during this period. A moderate walk for about 15 mins should take you to the base of the waterfall. 1 CommentOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or […]

Emerald Falls (Tar Creek Falls), Fillmore, CA

Here is what I can only assume is called “Emerald Falls” just north of Filmore in Southern California. (In Los Padres National Forest) I think it is hands down the most impressive waterfall in all of Southern California yet its not on your list. -Matthias- 8 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please […]

Mooney Falls, Arizona was our Favorite

We hiked to Havasu Canyon last week. The entire trip was full of stunning scenery, but Mooney Falls was our favorite. One has to work a bit harder for Mooney Falls. It is 3-4 miles from the village. The climb to the base of the falls is challenging, but doable for a couple in our […]

Havasu Falls, Arizona No Longer has Divided Flow

I’m not sure whether this is influenced by the water level or the flash flood in 2008. When we visited Havasu Falls last week, there was a single plume of water surging over the crest. As stunning as this waterfall is, we thought Mooney Falls (a mile or so down stream) was even more impressive. […]

Two New Falls replace Navajo Falls in Havasu Canyon

We hiked down into Havasu Canyon last week. You can see the travertine formations where Navajo Falls used to flow. You can also find other travertine formations where older waterfalls once flowed. This is a very dynamic place. A local news report claims there have been 14 significant flash floods in the past century. Each […]

Beedelup Falls

Aside from the attractive waterfall, Beedelup Falls has great boardwalks, a radio broadcast, a suspension bridge and decent walkways. One of the more developed national parks, a bit of money has obviously been spent on jazzing it up a bit. Well and truly worth a visit, just to see what can be done. Also quite […]

Coomera Loop, Bahnamboola Falls

The falls are of all different types. There are small falls such as this one. 0 CommentsOnly logged in users can post a comment Please login or sign up to comment

Coomera Loop, Coomera Falls

As you may have read elsewhere, to do this loop you need to go to Binna Burra Lodge in Lamington National Park. From here it’s a 1.9km walk to the actual loop itself (16kms). For the first few kilometres there’s some lovely rainforest and then you reach Coomera Falls. From here on for the next […]

Unforgettable Day! (Hirere Falls)

It was a beautiful sunny day when a friend and I recently walked along the Clinton River, Day2 Milford Sound track NZ, on the way to Mintaro Hut. We had very early on noticed the Hirere Falls jetting out like a fire hose from the mountain. After passing the guided walkers’ stop-off at Hirere Hut, […]