The Most Amazing Waterfalls You’ve Never Heard Of
Salto de Socoa Waterfall
National Park Los Haitises, Dominican Republic
Join locals taking a swim in these mangrove-guarded, jade-colored waters at the base of a 60-foot-high plunge.
Salto de Javira Waterfall
El Cubano National Park, Cuba
Near popular Trinidad, hike to these icy, dark-turquoise waters for an exhilarating dip among jungle-covered limestone (and a swimmable cave behind the falls).
Waipi‘o Valley Beach, Hawai‘i Island, Hawai‘i
Water from verdant cliffs drops right into the ocean. For a two-waterfall day, hike from here to the 1,450- foot-high Hi‘ilawe Falls.