These stunning cascades vary from as far afield as Brazil to as close to home as the Brecon Beacons...
Seljalandfoss is a 60-metre high waterfall in south Iceland, near Skogar. A footpath at the bottom of the cliff allows visitors to walk behind the water.
The Bossetti waterfall is one of 275 waterfalls in the spectacular Iguazu Falls, which span more than three kilometres, sandwiched between Brazil and Argentina.
The Yorkshire Dales is full of waterfalls of all sizes, from a few inches in height, to the Cautley Spout, which measures more than 200 metres.
The waterfalls of the Rocky Mountains, where Alberta meets British Columbia, are some of the most visually stunning in the world.
The Grossglockner is the highest mountain in Austria – look out for water cascades and the Fallbach waterfall.
Plitvice Lakes National Park is a network of lakes and dramatic falls that have been attracting tourists for centuries.
The Caldeirão Verde – or ‘green cauldron’ – is a waterfall at the heart of a leafy, tropical forest.
The Partnach Gorge is a striking and wild setting with rapids and waterfalls. Cross it on the 70-metre-tall bridge if you dare.
Dorrigo National Park is home to several waterfalls. If you’re feeling athletic, try the hike to the stunning Red Cedar Falls.
Brecon Beacons National Park includes an area known as Waterfall Country, surrounded by greenery and wildlife.