Tuesday, 20 September, 2016
One of the most effective therapies is to take in the wonders of nature, and among them, are beautiful waterfalls. The sound of water crashing against rocks and landscapes create true works of art that inspire unforgettable moments. We have selected several of these natural wonders that are undoubtedly among the best on the route of #TRIOplaces.
Iguazu Falls, Brazil – Argentina
Without a doubt, Iguazu Falls is one of the world’s most beautiful waterfalls. Situated between the Iguaçu National Park in Paranà, Brazil and the Iguazu National Park in Misiones, Argentina, Iguazu Falls has some 275 waterfalls along the Iguazu River. The waterfalls are designated a UNESCO World Heritage site and are situated in the ranking of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.
Niagara Falls, United States – Canada
Niagara Falls is arguably the most-famous waterfall in the world. Around 2,400m3 of water falls per second – the highest flow rate of all waterfalls in the world. Niagara Falls is comprised by a collection of three waterfalls that form the Niagara gorge and is among the most-visited by tourists.
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe – Zambia
The world’s longest waterfall, Victoria Falls, is located in southern Africa, where its biggest waterfalls reach as high as 130 meters. In 1855, Scotsman David Livingston discovered and named “Victoria” to pay homage to the then-Queen of the United Kingdom.
Tamul Waterfall, Mexico
The Tamul Waterful – Mexico’s most spectacular – arises from the Gallinas River, and cascades over the Santa Maria River. With a dazzling blue color and comprised by naturally-sculpted caverns and rocks, Tamul is the largest waterfall in the state of San Luis de Potosi. Boasting a height of 300 meters, the waterfall is perfect for swimming, scuba diving, and other activities, such as rappelling Tamul in its incredible settings.
Right now you are definitely dreaming of one of these waterfalls with good company and enjoying your #TRIOwine. Already decided which is your favorite?