What’s the world’s highest waterfall?

Trivia Crack Question: What’s the world’s highest waterfall?
Trivia Crack Answer: Angel Falls

About the highest waterfall in the world

Angel Falls is the highest waterfall in the world. It reaches 979 meters or 3,212 feet. The world’s highest waterfall is located in Venezuela and named after Jimmy Angel, an aviator who was the first to fly over Angel Falls in 1933. Its original, local name is Kerepakupai Vena. Angel Falls was featured in the movie UP as Paradise Falls, also the highest waterfall in the world. It took climbers nine and a half days to climb the highest waterfall in the world. Two previous attempts to climb Angel Falls had failed. Reaching the world’s highest waterfall is very difficult, as there are no villages or towns particularly close to it. You must take a boat up two rivers to reach the highest waterfall. There is a camp at the base of Angel Falls that can be reached by plane, but then the boats and hiking begins. The highest waterfall in the world plummets down the cliff of a tepuy, also known as a mesa or table top mountain. It is located on the Gauja River. Angel Falls is now a part of the Canaima National Park in the Bolivar State region of Venezuela.

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