Kaieteur Falls The World's Largest Single Drop Waterfall

A stunning video has captured the immense beauty and raw power of the world’s largest single-drop waterfall - which only a few thousand people visit per year due to its remote location. Sensational Kaieteur Falls, found in the Kaieteur National Park on the Potaro River in Guyana, sees some 30,000 gallons of water cascade down a sheer drop of about 750ft. Estimates put the number of tourists who make the journey to see the falls themselves at under 4000 per year - compared to the city of Niagara Falls which welcomes 12m annually. Most visitors take about a one hour flight from capital city Georgetown to an airstrip at the top of the falls - where protected parkland makes for spectacular scenes. That was the route keen traveler Jeremy Weate, originally from Birmingham, UK but who now lives in Kenya, took while he was visiting the country for business.
Location: Georgetown, Guyana
  • Date Acquired10-24-2018
  • Date Filmed12-01-2017
  • OrientationHorizontal
  • Footage TypeDrone
  • Rights TV & Digital, Commercial, Publishing

Kaieteur Falls The World's Largest Single Drop Waterfall


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