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The Graceful Itiquita Falls Think of the fun you will have by mixing pleasures of watching the great Brazilian soccer and swimming in clean water pools from the falls of Itiquita. And yes, downstream, the falls form pools of clean water where people can swim. The fish dart around unperturbed by human presence. There are shelters that you can use to change clothing before and after a swim. read more

Feigefossen Waterfall, Norway

 

Norway is mountainous country full of glaciated valleys and fjords with waterfalls every bit as tall, powerful and majestic as the best that Yosemite has to offer.

Here we present to you the 4 of the best waterfalls in Norway.

Vøringsfossen

The most spectacular waterfall in Norway, Vøringsfossen is a sight to behold.  It one of Norway’s most popular tourist attractions.

The Seven Sisters

Among the most photographed waterfalls, The Seven Sisters is one of the finest.  From what could be told, it consists of several columns of water, which is how this waterfall got its name (as someone envisioned there were seven of these columns).  

Langfossen

One of the “best in the word”, that is Langfossen, as declared by The World Waterfall Database.  It is one of the tallest, about 600 meters, where it leaps out into Åkrafjorden.  

LÃ¥tefossen

LÃ¥tefossen is unique among Norwegian waterfalls. It features two streams, flowing together on the side of a mountain, which come together just before they merge with another river, in the valley below.

The descriptions above amount to very little as compared to the experience when you are there.  

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