Highest and Most Beautiful Waterfall (Part 2)
4. Olo’upena Waterfalls: 900 meters
Olo’upena Falls, the fourth highest waterfall in the world, on the island of Molokai, which is relatively isolated. Many people have never heard of Olo’upena Falls, most of the information about this waterfall can only be obtained through aerial photography. Its height reaches 900 meters, higher than Waihilau Falls (792 meters), both located in Hawaii.
5. Yumbilla Waterfalls: 870 meters
There is already noted on National Geographical Institute of Peru, which has discovered Yumbilla Falls in Peru with a height of 870 meters. Yumbilla Falls with four huge water flow.
6. Detian Waterfalls: 30 meters
Ban Gioc Falls, known in Vietnam as thác Ban Gioc, is a series of waterfalls in Quy Xuan River on the China-Vietnam border, which is located in the Karst hills of Daxing County in Chongzuo city, Guangxi province, China, while Vietnam sided, in Trung Khanh District, Cao Bang province, 272 km north of Hanoi.
7. Iguazu Waterfalls: 82 feet
Iguazu Falls are waterfalls from the Iguazu River that located on the border of countries (Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina). The Iguazu name is comes from the Guarani (y = water and ûasú = large). Iguazu falls is a combination of 275 waterfalls along 2.7 km of the Iguazu River. Some of them fell from a height of 82 meters, mostly around 64 meters. Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat), which is a U-shaped 82-meter-tall, 150 meters wide and 700 meters long, which is the most impressive.