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Waterfall Vacations United States

With the holiday spirit around the corner, all plan for a break during this time. Some love the hills and go hiking, some go to the quiet lands and find it blissful enough and some in love with water, enjoy the waterfall, the sea and a lot more.

Waterfalls are beautiful natural falls. They can occur all over the world when a river falls over a rock shelf or when melting ice forms seasonal flows. Some flow into a river, others a lake, and even others still directly into the ocean. The sight is beautiful to see and mesmerizing.

Some of the waterfalls are artificially designed but they also look beautiful.

The United States of America has many beautiful waterfall destinations to visit and have fun.

Some of the freaking waterfalls are Havasu Falls, Arizona

One of the most beautiful waterfalls in the country is Havasu falls. The waterfall is located on the Havasupai Reservation in the bottom of the canyon, where the eponymous tribe has lived for hundreds of years. It is naturally beautiful and attracts a lot of people.

Ruby falls

If you’re not claustrophobic, you should plan your visit to Ruby Falls and the surrounding caves immediately. Discovered in 1928, the 145-foot-tall falls are located 1,120 feet below the surface of Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Olo‘upena Falls, Hawaii

Not only are the Olo‘upena Falls the tallest in the United States, they are unofficially considered the fourth tallest waterfall in the world. The falls are located on the north-eastern part of Molokai, created by a seasonal stream that flows over one of the tallest seaside cliffs. Because of the location, the falls can only be seen from the ocean or air, so take advantage of the helicopter.

Niagara Falls

It wouldn’t be a complete list of the prettiest waterfalls in the United States without the most famous waterfall in the country. Niagara Fall State Park is the oldest state park in the U.S. and was established in 1885. It spans over 400 acres, 140 of which are underwater. The falls itself has 3,160 tons of water flowing over it every second, and it produces 4 million kilowatts of energy that is shared between the U.S. and Canada. Niagara Falls is actually made up of three separate falls: Horseshoe Falls, American Falls, and Bridal Veil Falls.

So some of the waterfalls sight to enjoy and have the best of the times. The water falling re-freshens. The splashes and the gurgling sound are really musical and soothing. Get to have the best times by visiting the most amazing waterfalls to create memories for a lifetime.

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