10 Amazing Waterfalls Around The World You Need To See!; Yaya & Lloyd; Hand Luggage Only

Zambia – Mosi-oa-Tunya / Victoria Falls

It’s so easy to be impressed by waterfalls! The very nature of what they are means that they’re landmarks in themselves; and in a lot of cases, reasons to visit a place in themselves. It’s a funny thing really when you really think about it – it is just water running down a mountain (or hill) but that’s the thing about nature, a lot of the times, the biggest pleasure comes from the simplest things.

Okay, enough rambling from me 😁, if you’re as game for looking for amazing waterfalls around the world as we are, here are 10 places you need to be headed!

1.) Victoria Falls, Zambia/ Zimbabwe

If you’re looking for impressive waterfalls, you’ve gotta start with one of the biggest waterfalls in the world.

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Why there’s never been a better time to visit Victoria Falls; Rebecca Shapiro; The Journal

Zambia – Mosi-oa-Tunya / Victoria Falls

Even if you don’t impress easily, Victoria Falls will make an impression. The waterfall lies on the mighty Zambezi River – one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World, and a place that, upon seeing once, you’ll remember forever. Straddling the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia, the awe-inspiring site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and for good reason.

And in our humble opinion, there’s never been a better time to visit this Southern African gem. Why? Well, we’ll give you 4 good reasons.

Ease of getting there

First off, the Victoria Falls International Airport has just been renovated (well, in November 2016). The US$150 million airport is a pretty big deal in that its new runway can accommodate some of the world’s largest jets, but also because it can now handle around 1.5 million passengers annually.

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Boozy Spanish tourist hotspot Benidorm plots bid to become Unesco world heritage site alongside wonders of the world; Laura Burnip; The Sun

Zambia – Mosi-oa-Tunya / Victoria Falls

The package holiday destination could join sites including the Grand Canyon and Great Barrier Reef on the list.

BENIDORM – the home from home of boozed-up sunburnt Brits – could become a world heritage site alongside iconic landmarks such as the Taj Mahal, the Great Wall of China and the Great Barrier Reef.

The Spanish town’s council plans to submit a bid to Unesco next year for heritage status, according to a report in The Times.

The Costa Blanca holiday hotspot would be a surprising addition to the list as it is best known for luring Brits with the irresistible combo of sun, sex and sangria.

But mayor of Benidorm Antonia Perez insisted the town has plenty to offer.

He said: “We are unique, both in terms of our natural beauty and our man-made model of a sustainable city.

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The Magnificent Victoria Falls; Travelling King

Zambia/Zimbabwe -Mosi-oa-Tunya / Victoria Falls

The Victoria Falls is the world’s largest waterfall. In peak season the entire yearly water consumption of New York flows over its edge every three and a half days.

The Victoria Falls is neither the widest or tallest waterfall on earth, but its combination of the two makes it the biggest. This UNESCO World Heritage site was named by David Livingstone, after Queen Victoria of Britain.

The Victoria Falls is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Africa and offers a wide range of luxury accommodation and activities in the area. For the top lodges and camps visit the Victoria Falls Accommodation guide from AfricanSafariHome.com

The mighty Zambezi River provides many daytime activities in the area. The notorious Tiger fish is found here, which is a great fresh water game fish.

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