14. Blue Nile Falls
The “Tis Issat”, “Tis Abay”, all refer to a waterfall that emits smoke and it rests above the Ethiopian Plateau. From top to bottom, you’ll have a hard time looking at the 150-foot waterfall. At the same time, trying to measure its width will require some legwork. This waterfall is half a mile wide, after all. The days to visit are weekends if you want to see the waterfall’s glory without the hydroelectric station that diverts the flow. It has plants exclusive to that part of the world, too.