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    Earth Pics ‏@Emily Arth Pics The tallest, most beautiful waterfall in the world. Salto Angel. Venezuela

  • Anna Huber

    The tallest, most beautiful waterfall in the world. Salto Angel. Venezuela Bucket list!!

  • Lynn Miley Maddox

    Tallest waterfall in the world. Salto Angel, Venezuela. Angel Falls

  • Archita Patel

    The tallest waterfall in the world. Salto Angel, #Venezuela #Nature

  • Ashlyn Haught

    The tallest, most beautiful waterfall in the world. Salto Angel. Venezuela. In other words....the place from Up!!!

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The tallest waterfall in the world. Salto Angel. Venezuela......SO BEAUTIFUL!

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Angel falls Angel Falls is a waterfall in Venezuela. It is the world’s highest waterfall, with a height of 979 m (3,212 ft) and a plunge of 807 m (2,648 ft). Angel Falls is one of Venezuela’s top tourist attractions, though a trip to the falls is a complicated affair. The falls are located in an isolated jungle, and a flight from Puerto Ordaz or Ciudad Bolívar is required to reach Canaima camp, the starting point for river trips to the base of the falls. River trips generally take place from June to December, when the rivers are deep enough for the wooden curiaras used by the Pemon guides. During the dry season (December to March) there is less water seen than in the other months (this can be clearly seen in the photos of the falls above).[17]

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