Matai falls, Venezuela
Waterfalls have always filled the human spirit with a sense of awe and appreciation for one of nature's most beautiful phenomenons. Whether they are the enormous Angel falls of Venezuela, or the more humble Niagara falls bordering on the U.S. and Canada. The cascading waters of the world will always bring in flocks of tourists.
The Matai falls are no exception. Located in Southland, South Island, New Zealand, they are on the moderate scale, between 15 and 10 meters tall. However, what it lacks in size it makes up for with beauty and scenery. Surrounded by lush greenery, the Matai falls are also a neighbor of the Horseshoe falls. To access this gorgeous area, simply take the fifteen minute walk from the carpark on the south side of Table Hill. With the coupling of a short distance and easy terrain, getting a chance to view the Matai falls is a simple task for all ages.
The falls are located on a cliff edge, and as they tumble downward, one can see that the water seems to fall in tiers, creating a unique and pleasant sight to behold. On sunny days, the falls seem to take on an even more breathtaking form. As the light filters down through the trees, everything takes on a special light. It is usually best to visit the falls before the afternoon, so as to experience the falls in their peak form.
Waterfalls have always filled the human spirit with a sense of awe and appreciation for one of nature's most beautiful phenomenons. The Matai falls are just one of the many waterfalls that grace this world. Each one is unique and brings a different beauty to everyone. The water of the Matai falls seem to fall in ribbons over the cliff edge and through the lush greenery that is New Zealand.