YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, CALIFORNIA - JUNE 11: A view of Yosemite Falls on June 11, 2020 in Yosemite National Park, California. Yosemite National Park reopened today with many restrictions after shutting down in March to protect people from COVID-19. Only about half of the average June visitors will be allowed in, and they must make an online reservation for each car. The park will issue 1,700 day passes each day and an additional 1,900 passes for reservations at campsites or hotels in the park.

Looking for an adventure? This is the perfect time to take one! 2022 seems to be the year for travel with many postponed trips finally able to happen. Many of us are looking for gorgeous sights to see and fun adventures to go on. And one breathtaking natural wonder many people love to visit? Waterfalls. The #waterfalls includes over 7.5 million posts on Instagram. This statistic prompted experts at Looking4.com to compile a list of some of the most Instagrammable waterfalls across the globe. This list is curated by the number of posts using the hashtag of each waterfall. And the first place winner is undisputed having over 3.8 million posts.

In a press release by Looking4.com, a spokesperson said, “Waterfalls are a beautiful natural wonder to explore. Their vastness makes them a spectacular and unmissable sight to see. Perfect to tick off your bucket list! If you are looking for a unique adventure this holiday season, why not explore some of the greatest natural wonders that are proving a favorite online, from Niagara Falls to Gullfoss Falls.”

I have actually had the pleasure of hiking to one of the falls on this list Yosemite Falls in California. But even on a much smaller scale, if I’m planning on hiking I love it to be along a waterfall trail. There is something just so magnificently stunning about a waterfall. This list features the top 10 waterfalls in the world, but keep reading to see some of our favorite NC waterfalls as well. I can understand why visitors feel the need to post these, they are wonderous sites!

According to the research, the most Instagrammable waterfalls are: