@sixpenceee I just saw the post of the Bigar waterfalls and it reminded me to the Plitvice lakes in Croatia. There’s different walks that you can do, from 2 hours to 6 hours walking and I have never seen that many waterfalls in my entire life.
This world heritage listed National Park is made up of sixteen lakes, all interconnected by waterfalls and cascades. Deer, bears, wolves and boar can all be found within the park. The colours of the lakes change constantly depending on the quantity of minerals within the water, and the angle of the sunlight, ranging from blue, to green, to grey. The highest waterfall in the park is 78m high. Due to the terrain being underlain by limestone and dolomite, there are also a number of caves that can be explored.