There's a certain je ne sais quoi about a waterfall. That thing that makes it impossible not to stare, and ups the ante for any epic travel experience! Our Top 10 Most incredible waterfalls are making a splash. Grab your swim trunks and a pair of floaties. Let's do this thing. 

1) Havasupai Falls

These amazing falls are one of the hottest hard-to-get-to destinations in the USA!

The blue-green pools are situated deep in the Grand Canyon's Havasupai Tribal Land. It is a 10-mile hike each way to reach to the falls. 

Where: Havasu Creek, Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA

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2) Skogafoss 

This epic waterfall is situated on what used to be Iceland's southern coastline - which has since been expanded with volcanic sediment.

This 197ft tall x 82ft wide beast also makes one hell of a rainbow. 

Where: Skógar, southern Iceland

Stamp'd by @whereisjosh. Josh is in Iceland.

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3) Sendang Gile & Tiu Kelep Falls

You will have to walk 30-minutes through the jungle from the traditional village of Senaru to find this hidden gem! You can visit the falls with or without a guide, for an entrance fee of 10,000 IDR. 

Pro tip: Best time to go is 7:00 am, early birds!

Where: Senaru, Indonesia 

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4) Kirkjufellsfoss

This waterfall gushes in the shadow of the imposing Kirkjufell Mountain (1,519-feet tall). Stright out of Game of Thrones, these falls are just one more reason to love Iceland. 

Where: Snæfellsnes peninsula, Iceland

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5) Latourell Falls 

Driving east from Portland into the Columbia River Gorge, Latourell Falls are just an easy walk down a paved trail from the historic Columbia River Highway! You can't miss it...

Where: Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Oregon, USA 

Stamp'd by @thepaulgarrett. Your stop and smell the roses game is on point. 

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6) Iguazu Falls

Welcome to one of the greats. Iguazu is the largest waterfall system in the world with 275 drops, standing at 269-feet tall and 8,858-feet wide. Be sure to check out "Devil's Throat" where many of the waterfalls meet. 

Pro tip: Argentina is the falls' better side

Where:  Between Misiones, Argentina, and Paraná, Brazil

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7) Kuang Si Falls

Secret rock pools and crystal clear waters? You have our attention. This stunning three-tiered waterfall is a must-see oasis in the jungle while visiting Luang Prabang. 

Where: ~29km south of Luang Prabang, Laos

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8) Svartifoss

Shrouded in ominous dark lava columns, Svaritifoss (which translates to Black Falls) could only be in Iceland. This unique and undeniably cool waterfall has got to be on your Iceland bucket list. 

Where: Skaftafell, Vatnajökull National Park, Iceland

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9) Oneonta Gorge

The area around Oneonta Gorge has been dubbed a botanical zone for the array of unique aquatic and woodland plants that exist here. 

This is the perfect place to come to get your nature on. 

Where: Multnomah County, Oregon, USA

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10) Maletsunyane Falls

Standing at a casual 630-feet tall, Maletsunyane Falls is nothing short of extraordinary. As a BIG waterfall in a little country, the nearby town has even drawn its name from the spectacle. Semonkong is Sotho for "Site of Smoke", in honor of the spray from the falls. Small town vibes. 

Where: Semonkong, Lesotho

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