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Croatian Waterfall Makes World’s 25 Most Awe-Inspiring

Veliki Slap, Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia (photo credit: Plitvice Lakes NP)

The world is full of amazing nature. And there are not much things more spectacular than a waterfall.

Waterfalls always capture travellers attention and an awesome cascades has people immediately reaching for their cameras.

Narrowing a list down to the world’s 25 most awe-inspiring waterfalls is not an easy task, but popular travel magazine Travel + Leisure have done it.

Some amazing waterfalls from all over the world are on the list, including Fiji, India, America, New Zealand, Canada, Laos, Argentina, Venezuela and Scotland.

One Croatian waterfall has also made the list.

Coming in at No.18 was Veliki Slap at Plitvice Lakes National Park.

(photo credit: Plitvice Lakes NP)

“Divided into sections of 12 upper lakes, four lower lakes, and a series of breathtaking waterfalls and limestone-and-dolomite cliffs, caves, and rock formations in between, Plitvice Lakes in Croatia is surely one hike you’ll never forget. Don’t veer too far off the beaten path, as the park is also home to bears, wolves and variety of bird species. The biggest waterfall in town, Veliki Slap or the “Big Waterfall,” stands at 255 feet tall and is the largest waterfall in the country”, writes Travel + Leisure.

Iguazu falls (photo credit: Martin St-Amant under CC)

Check out the full list here.

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