On a continent filled with natural splendour, the many spectacular waterfalls of South America are a highlight on many visitors’ trips.
Any trip to the region is incomplete without a visit to these massive falls, which are shared between Argentina and Brazil.
Although it’s a challenge to reach it, the world’s tallest waterfall rewards visitors with an unforgettable journey and experience.
Kaieteur may not be as famous as some other names on this list, but it is in fact the world’s highest single-drop waterfall in the world.
Since it is just off the road from Bogota, it is one of the most accessible waterfalls in Colombia and a perfect stop along any Colombian travel itinerary.
This stairway leads from the top of the falls to the bottom, giving you magnificent views as you climb.
The area possesses an astounding range of flora and fauna, including orchids, agave, parrots, hummingbirds, woolly monkeys and spectacled bears.