Curracurrong Falls in Royal National Park

Curracurrong Falls in Royal National Park is the only waterfall in Sydney that empties directly into the ocean. In fact, it is one of only three such waterfalls in Australia. Fed by Curracurrong Creek, the waterfall drops 82 meters from the top of the escarpment to the churning surf below. You can reach Curracurrong Falls […]

Cron Creek (South Island, New Zealand)

This waterfall is in the Haast River Valley (Mt. Aspiring National Park). It’s located between the Roaring Billy and Orman Falls, all them along SH6.

Orman Falls (South Island, New Zealand)

Orman Falls is almost roadside on SH6, in the Mt. Aspiring National Park and close to Depot Falls. It’s one of the many waterfalls along Haast River. Coordinates: -43.9539, 169.2471.

Tarzan Falls (Guam)

Located in the Ylig River, between the cities of Yona and Santa Rita.

Cascade Topatari (Tahiti, French Polynesia)

This is the 1st. waterfall in the Papenoo Valley. Coordinates: -17.5595, -149.4265

Garðáfoss (Iceland)

This multi-tier waterfall is located in the Austurland region, almost a roadside on the #1 and close to Sauðárfoss before Rjúkandi (heading west). Coordinates are: 65.3516224, -15.0146481.

Waterfalls between Egilsstaðir and Seyðisfjöður (Iceland)

Driving along the road that connects these cities I found an amount of waterfalls which names I always failed to know. Three of them are powerful enough to have one, and I guess that two may be Gufufoss and Múlafoss but I’m not sure of it. I can’t identify your Gufufoss with any of them. […]

Garganta de Gualtaminos (Spain)

As I did with the Borosa River, I submit now a collection of small waterfalls and rapids that follow one another along the Gualtaminos River (Cáceres province). I do not include other beautiful views of the river as they are not related to the subject of this website. P.S.: In my opinion most of them […]

Cascadas del Purgatorio (Spain)

There are two Cascadas del Purgatorio, the Lower one (here shown, but not at its best) and the Upper one. They are located close to Rascafría and the Monasterio de El Paular, in the Madrid province. The Monastery dates back to 1390 and is worth a visit if you like historical and/or religious architecture. You […]

Bridal Veil Falls (BC, Canada)

Easy to find close to Hwy 1 east of Chilliwack, in the Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park. It takes a few minutes to get to the falls. It was a sunny day and the tree location did the rest.

Monasterio de Piedra (III) – As I & II, located in the Zaragoza province (Spain)

3rd. and last part. Please take note that all the 25 photos are human and/or artificial elements free. It’s only nature. And I finish telling that although some photos seem to be the same (sorry for using “some”, “seem”, and “same” in the same -again- sentence) they may be similar but are different ones.

Monasterio de Piedra (I)

I know this place has its own review in WoW. But as Johnny said, it seems that nobody out of Spain knows this spectacular water wonderland. For this reason I’m submitting what could be considered not “best of” but “all about” Monasterio de Piedra. Btw, “piedra” means “stone” but the name has no relation with […]

Cascada del Tabayón de Mongayo (Spain)

This is my favourite of all the waterfalls I saw in Asturias. It’s high enough (60 m.), the amount of water is almost the exact one, the zigzagging of the flow adds a special beauty, and the sorrounding is stunning. If somebody is interested (!) can find it in the wonderful Redes Natural Park, starting […]

Cascada sin nombre / Unnamed Waterfall (Spain)

This roadside waterfall, located at the beginning of the Cares River Route, is a mistery to me. The amount of water that flows is amazing but it can’t be just a seasonal waterfall because it was the dry season. It may be some kind of permanent drainage. It’s so close to the road that there’s […]

Cascada de Xurbeo (Spain)

Now we’re talking. I really love this waterfall, despite being only 20 m. high. But its shape and the amount of water flowing, not excessive but also not scarce, give it a special beauty. It’s in Murias (Asturias province).

Cascada de la Seimeira (Spain)

This oddly shaped waterfall with two tiers forming an angle was a disappointment to me. Because of its form, it needs more water flow to be impressive. Located in Santalla (aka Santa Eulalia de Oscos) in the Asturias province, has a height of about 30 m.

Cascada (Spain)

This is the most curious and surprising case of all the waterfalls that I saw in Asturias. I didn’t know of its existence and hadn’t any reference. Driving between Santalla and Taramundi, at one point I saw to my left a humble wooden sign pointing ahead with the only mention of “Cascada”. I thought it […]

Cascada de Cioyo (Spain)

This is a nice waterfall with a height of more than 30 m. The amount of water flowing is sufficient and not excessive, so the characteristics of the waterfall can be appreciated. It’s located in Castropol (Asturias province).

Cascada de Gorgollón (Spain)

Another small waterfall surrounded by the greenery. It’s located in Faedo (Asturias province) and is aka Mechón de la Xana.