How Many of the Most Instagrammable Waterfalls Have You Seen?

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Venezuela's Angel Falls is the tallest in the world at 3,211 feet high.
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Unlike most cascades, Angel Falls isn't fed by snowmelt, a lake, or a river—but by rainfall from the tropical clouds.
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Angel Falls is located in Canaima National Park, which has an on-site airport that connects visitors to and from Venezuela's capital city, Caracas.
If the Grand Canyon were covered in Technicolor green moss, spotted with 16 lakes across its base, and laced with thousands of falls along its walls, it would look a little something like Plitvice Lakes National Park in southwestern Croatia.
Plitvice Lakes National Park sits 80 miles south of Croatia's capital, Zagreb, an easy two-hour drive.
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Plitvice Lakes National Park is at its peak from May through September, after the spring melt.
The color of the water in Plitvice Lakes National Park is intensely turquoise, thanks to the unique mix of minerals and organisms in runoff from the nearby Dinaric Alps.
The three-tiered Yosemite Falls, in California, stretches 2,425 feet from top to bottom.
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Yosemite Falls, with its granite cliffs, is one of the most gorgeous sights in the U.S.
An aerial view of Niagara Falls from the Canadian side.
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Truly "Down Under," Sutherland Falls sits on the southwestern tip of the South Island of New Zealand.
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One of hundreds of cascades in Fiordland National Park, Sutherland Falls drops 1,904 feet and is accessible via the famous Milford Track hiking path.
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More than twice as high as Niagara Falls and about a mile across, Victoria Falls straddles the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia. Here, a view from the Zambian side.
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Baboons, elephants, and hippos are often spotted along the shores of Victoria Falls.
Iguazu Falls consists of a network of 275 falls that spans nearly two miles, in northern Argentina.
The water from Iguazu plummets with such intense force that the spray almost looks as if it's shooting up from the pools below.
Hanakapi'ai Falls is a popular resting point along Hawaii's famously scenic Kalalau hiking trail.
Iceland's two-tiered Gullfoss sits 75 miles away from the capital, Reykjavik.
The best time to visit Gullfoss is from June through August, when the ice has melted and temperatures hover around 60 degrees Fahrenheit.
The combined height (2,008 feet) and width (205 feet) of Langfoss make for a memorable sight.
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From the thundering roar of Niagara Falls in the U.S. to the elegant veil of Angel Falls in Venezuela, we've tracked down the world's most photogenic waterfalls--and the best ways to see the action in person.

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