Wodospady Ban Gioc, Wietnam przez Alyson

Wodospady Ban Gioc, Wietnam przez Alyson

You do not have to look very hard to find waterfalls in Iceland. They are literally everywhere; while driving around the island we unexpectedly ran into amazing waterfalls we didn’t even know were going to be there. Check out 15 of the BEST waterfalls in Iceland!

You do not have to look very hard to find waterfalls in Iceland. They are literally everywhere; while driving around the island we unexpectedly ran into amazing waterfalls we didn’t even know were going to be there. Check out 15 of the BEST waterfalls in Iceland!

Arthur’s Pass National Park, New Zealand

Arthur’s Pass National Park, New Zealand

Waterfall In The Mountains In Molokai, Hawaii

Waterfall In The Mountains In Molokai, Hawaii

waterfall.. by ALaa Hamed on 500px

waterfall.. by ALaa Hamed on 500px

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is full of beautiful streams and majestic waterfalls.

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is full of beautiful streams and majestic waterfalls.

Lake Plitvice Croatia National Park, Croatia

Lake Plitvice Croatia National Park, Croatia

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Frozen waterfall in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. - title Eye of the Beholder - by Jay Daley

Frozen waterfall in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. - title Eye of the Beholder - by Jay Daley

Gljúfrafoss fall - 600m walk from  Seljalandsfoss | Seljalandsfoss - one of South Iceland's many falls, falling off a 60 m high cliff. It's biggest attraction is the pathway leading to behind the falls. Access to the falls is free and open year round. Walk about 600 m on the gravel path north from Seljalandsfoss to see the Gljúfrabúi waterfall hidden behind a giant boulder. There are no services at the falls, besides a picnic table and a public bathroom.

Gljúfrafoss fall - 600m walk from Seljalandsfoss | Seljalandsfoss - one of South Iceland's many falls, falling off a 60 m high cliff. It's biggest attraction is the pathway leading to behind the falls. Access to the falls is free and open year round. Walk about 600 m on the gravel path north from Seljalandsfoss to see the Gljúfrabúi waterfall hidden behind a giant boulder. There are no services at the falls, besides a picnic table and a public bathroom.

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