Have you tried relaxing in the waterfalls? Well, studies show that being near a waterfall has a positive effect on our overall wellbeing. “Well, that’s a great idea. The only problem is I don't know where to go.” Cheer up, mate! That’s not going to be a problem. There are a lot of waterfalls. The world is full of them! And since we are talking about it, why don't we take this to a higher level? “What are you suggesting?” I’m suggesting that we go to the best waterfalls in the world to unwind. What do you say? “I’m on!” Good! Now, let’s go to some of the world’s best paradise waterfalls. Shall we?
First stop! We have the Victoria Falls. Victoria Falls is located in southern Africa on the Zambezi River at the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe. Scottish missionary David Livingstone is believed to be the first European to view Victoria Falls. He is the one who named the falls ‘Victoria’, after Queen Victoria of United Kingdom. Victoria Falls is the largest waterfalls in the world with a width of 1,708 meters. Its famous feature is the ‘Devil’s Pool’ located near the edge of the falls on Livingstone Island on the Zambian side. *silence* The name says it all.
Want to try? “Nah, I'm good.” Ok. We'll go to the Hogenakkal Waterfall. The Hogenakkal Waterfalls is located in Tamil Nadu, India. It is considered as the ‘Niagara of India’. Hogenakkal Waterfalls is popular for its medicinal baths and hide boat rides. The Government of Tamil Nadu has proposed the Hogenakkal Integrated Drinking Water Project which aims to generate safe drinking water to the urban and rural areas in Krishnagiri and Dharmapuri districts.
For our last stop, we have the Angel Falls in an isolated jungle in Venezuela. This is the world’s tallest uninterrupted waterfall with a height of 3,212 ft and 150 meters wide. Jimmy Angels is said to be the first to discover the falls by accident when his plane crashed. Angel Falls is one of Venezuela’s top tourist destinations.
So? The floor is now yours to decide. Where are we going to go and relax? “I can't choose! All you mentioned sounds awesome! In fact, I want to go to those three waterfalls!” *silence* “What?” Well…there are 7 seven more. And well, if you want to visit these seven best waterfalls, virtually, just click Fun on the Net’s website below. Enjoy!