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World’s Tallest Waterfall on Land is Tugela Falls in South Africa with a Total Height of 3,110 Feet- 948 Meters

In the stunning province of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, lies a natural wonder that leaves visitors in awe—the Tugela Falls. Nestled in the picturesque Drakensberg mountains, these cascades can be found within the boundaries of Royal Natal National Park.

Renowned for their incredible height, the Tugela Falls are among the tallest waterfalls in the world. With a single uninterrupted drop of 1,350 feet (411 meters) and an overall descent of 3,110 feet (947 meters), they command attention and admiration.

Tourists flock to witness the mesmerizing beauty of these falls, situated near the origin of the Tugela River. The thundering waters cascade down the mountainside, creating a spectacular sight that captivates all who behold it.

Nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike can explore the rugged trails and breathtaking scenery surrounding the falls, offering an unforgettable experience in the heart of South Africa’s natural wonders.

The Tugela Falls stand as a testament to the awe-inspiring power and beauty of nature, drawing visitors from around the world to marvel at their majestic splendor.

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