Tibumana Waterfall (Air Terjun Tibumana)

Tibumana Waterfall is a plunging waterfall with a classically tall rectangular shape. It’s also pretty straightforward and easy-to-visit so it’s popular.

Sumampan Waterfall (Air Terjun Sumampan)

The Sumampan Waterfall is a somewhat off-the-beaten-path waterfall with stone engravings near Ubud, which is unusual since the city sees lots of tourists.

Tukad Cepung Waterfall (Air Terjun Tukad Cepung)

The Tukad Cepung Waterfall blew up on the socials with its sun beams penetrating the humid, mist-filled Balinese air fronting the falls in a narrow gorge.

Tegenungan Waterfall (Air Terjun Tegenungan)

The Tegenungan Waterfall is perhaps Bali’s most visited and built-up waterfall given its proximity to the city of Ubud as well as its gushing flow and size.

Buley Rockhole

Buley Rockhole was a series of cascades with swimming holes, some of which you can do cliff jumps into. It’s a fun alternative to the nearby Florence Falls.

Tjaynera Falls (Sandy Creek Falls)

Tjaynera Falls (also called Sandy Creek Falls) was an impressive waterfall that can only be reached by a scary 4wd road followed by a 3.4km return walk.

Motor Car Falls (Yurmikmik)

Motor Car Falls is one of the few waterfalls that you can actually hike to during the Wet Season in Kakadu National Park, but it trickles in the Dry Season.

Barramundi Falls (Maguk)

Barramundi Falls (or Maguk) is a waterfall with a huge Dry Season swimming hole accessed by a washboarded 4wd road and 1km hike in Kakadu National Park.

Allison Gulch Falls

Allison Gulch Falls is a very elusive 80-100ft waterfall on a side tributary that feeds the East Fork San Gabriel River (famous for the Bridge to Nowhere).

Rio Espiritu Santo Waterfall

The Rio Espiritu Santo Waterfall dropped into a boulder-fringed green pool that is sometimes called Charco Verde in a less-visited part of El Yunque Forest.

La Cabra Waterfall and Charco Azul

Charco Azul and La Cabra Waterfall were a pair of hidden gems deep in Cañon de San Cristóbal. It was the kind of locals experience that most tourists don’t do.

La Niebla Waterfall (La Niebla del Usabon)

La Niebla Waterfall (La Niebla del Usabón) is the tallest and most known of the waterfalls in Canon de San Cristobal, which is Puerto Rico’s deepest canyon.

Cascada Las Delicias

Cascada de Las Delicias (or just Cascada Las Delicias) is a pair of intimate waterfalls near the PR-533 Road east of Jayuya and west of the busy PR-149 Road.

La Piedra Escrita

La Piedra Escrita literally translates as “the written rock” because it contains Taino petroglyphs as it sits next to a swimming hole and cascade in Jayuya.

Charco La Guitarra and Salto La Plazuela

Charco La Guitarra is a guitar-shaped swimming hole requiring a bit of a rough adventure to reach, which also includes the tall Salto La Plazuela Waterfall.

Chorro de Dona Juana (Dona Juana Waterfall)

The Chorro de Dona Juana Waterfall is a roadside stop and swimming hole in the Cordillera Central Mountains near the geographical center of Puerto Rico.

Salto Santa Clara

Salto Santa Clara was probably one of the most scenic and largest of the waterfalls in Puerto Rico, which featured a pitchfork shape that dropped maybe 40m.

Salto Curet

Salto Curet is an off-the-beaten path waterfall near the town of Maricao off the west end of the Ruta Panoramica, which cuts across the spine of Puerto Rico.

Salto Collores

Salto Collores was a waterfall that required the least amount of physical exertion for us, and its proximity to the busy Juana Diaz also made it convenient.

Salto Collazo

Salto Collazo is a two-tiered waterfall that can be as convenient as a roadside stop or as messy and as adventurous as a jungle scramble to its bottom.