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There’s just something about a waterfall that’s extremely calming. The cascading water captures the beauty of nature at its finest. Some of the world’s most mesmerizing waterfalls include Seljalandsfoss, pictured above, one of Iceland’s most famous waterfalls. This breathtaking waterfall plummets 200 feet to a deep pool below. You can even hike around the pool and to the back of the falls.
Havasu Falls, Arizona
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This hidden gem in a remote area of the Grand Canyon is impossible to resist. It plunges over fiery red rocks into a pool of turquoise waters.
Plitvice Falls, Croatia
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These falls can be found at Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia, made up of 16 cascading lakes in crystal-clear shades of emerald and turquoise.
Burney Falls, California
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These gorgeous falls on Burney Creek in McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park in California were called the “Eighth Wonder of the World” by President Theodore Roosevelt.
Horsetail Fall, California
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This incredible sight celestial happens in a flash at sunset in mid-February at Yosemite National Park — if the winter weather cooperates. On those days the setting sun illuminates one of the park’s lesser-known waterfalls known as Horsetail Fall, so precisely that it resembles molten lava as it flows over the sheer granite face of El Capitan.
Kaieteur Falls, Guyana
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Kaieteur is one of the most impressive waterfalls on the planet with its enormous height, width and power, not to mention, spectacular surrounding scenery.