5 stunning photos of waterfalls

Waterfalls are high on the budget travel list of free things to do and there are so many beautiful ones.
Here’s 5 waterfalls you need to add to your bucket list. Immediately. Go on, I’m waiting…


Beautiful Seijlandfoss Waterfall
Behind the waterfall.

Seljalandsfoss, Iceland

A 60m waterfall that originates in the volcanic glacier Eyjafjallajökull that you can walk behind. Now how’s that for street cred?

The stunning waterfall in Whangerai.
Out of a fairytale.

Whangarei Falls, New Zealand

A 26m waterfall that looks like it’s come straight out of a fairy tale. Think that these falls look out of your reach? Think again, just a 10 minute drive from the town centre and 2 minute walk to the look out point. This beauty is easily accessible to everyone.


Gulfoss waterfall in the Summer.
Raw power.

Gulfoss, Iceland

A 32 metre waterfall of pure raw power. The energy that emanates from this thing reminds you just how powerful mother nature is. She is not one to mess with.


Kuang Si Waterfalls in Luang Prabang.

Kuang Si Falls, Laos

A series of falls that culminate in a 60m waterfall. She sits in the splendour of the forest and a number of turquoise waters that you can swim in. Welcome to nature’s playground. Read more on Kuang Si here


Milford Sound Waterfall
Girl on the river.

Lady Bowen Falls, Milford Sound, New Zealand

This incredible 162m waterfall is a permanent fixture in the Fjordland National Park. The Maori call her Hine Te Awa, meaning girl on the river.

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