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PostNatural Wonders and Deserved Hyperbole: Venezuela (José Ignacio Soler, Venezuela, 03/24/14 8:32 am)
In response to JE's question: So what other natural wonders are candidates for the deserved hyperbole?
What about El Salto Angel in Venezuela, the longest free fall of water in the world, or the Gran Sabana, perhaps the oldest geological site in the world? Those are very impressive places you should visit at least once in a lifetime. Of course they are not recommended nowadays.
JE comments: Two places that have long been on my Bucket List. Here's an image of the Gran Sabana lifted from Wikipedia. The butte ("tepui") reminds me of the scenery I just saw around Scottsbluff, in western Nebraska, although I know of no Nebraskan waterfalls.