Niagara falls are located in the northeastern side of the North American continent, specifically between Ontario in Canada, and the state of New York in the United States of America, and these waterfalls are among the most famous, and the most beautiful waterfalls in the world; they are distinguished by their picturesque beauty, as they are a destination for many tourists in the world, It is worth noting that the waterfalls are divided into two parts separated by an island called the island of Goat (English: Goat): the first section, which is known as (horseshoe waterfalls), where it forms the largest section, and it is located on the left side of Canada, bearing in mind that Its height reaches 56 m The second section is the American waterfalls near the right side, which is 58 meters high, and the water of the waterfalls is characterized by being completely free of sediments, which leads to the clarity of seeing the water in white, and enjoying its purity and beauty, and it is important to mention that the visitor can see The breathtaking nature with waterfall from the Queen Victoria Park site in Canada.
The Russell waterfall is located in the state of Tasmania on the continent of Australia, specifically in the central highlands, knowing that it was called the Brownings Falls, but in 1884 it was called (the Russell waterfall), and it is considered one of the most famous and most beautiful waterfalls. In the state of Tasmania, as it has become one of the important and popular tourist destinations in the world.
The Shoshone Waterfall is located in the southern side of Idaho, located in the United States of America, specifically on the Snake River, where it reaches a height of about 64.6 meters. It is worth noting that this waterfall is characterized by its scenic beauty, which is naturally formed as a result of a flood It happened 14,000 years ago in the region, and it is considered one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world. The importance of this waterfall stems from its being used in irrigation, in addition to its use in hydroelectric generation.
Victoria Falls is located along the Zambezi River (English: Zambezi River), specifically between Zimbabwe and Zambia. As for the reason for its name, Victoria Falls, it is attributed to Queen Victoria. And economically for the region, where the water of the waterfall can be enjoyed with the splashing water, and the waterfall view can be enjoyed by flying a plane and wandering in the region, knowing that in 1989 the waterfall was classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.