The content of this website is provided as is and without warranty or guarantee of accuracy. As the World Waterfall Database is a fully independent and privately owned website, we reserve our right to change, alter or discontinue any and / or all content as is deemed necessary. As the World Waterfall Database grows and evolves, this policy may change without notice. By using this website, you (the user) acknowledge, agree to, and understand the following:
- The World Waterfall Database is designed as a repository for information pertaining to waterfalls located around the world, and is not intended to be used as a field guide. The World Waterfall Database makes no guarantees to the accuracy of the information presented, nor to the current conditions of areas surrounding waterfalls documented therein.
- The World Waterfall Database cannot guarantee or assume your personal safety when visiting waterfalls. You are expected to understand the inherent hazards present at waterfalls - including the likelihood of steep or sheer drop offs, slick rocks, unstable slopes, and other such conditions which could lead to serious injury or death if not approached with the appropriate degrees of caution.
- Persons who utilize the content available on this website to seek out and visit waterfalls are solely and entirely responsible for their actions and personal safety.
- The World Waterfall Database, its affiliates and operators assume no responsibility for any personal or bodily injury, or property damage resulting in visitation to locations described, and by using this website for such purposes, you agree to indemnify and hold harmless the World Waterfall Database, its affiliates, operators, and contributors for any injury or damages, physical, monetary or other, which may arise from visiting any of the locations documented within.
Visitor Responsibility and Good Stewardship
We respectfully ask all who use this website to please exercise good stewardship when visiting waterfalls, and behave as one would as if they were visiting another's home. Please follow Leave No Trace guidelines, and pack out everything you pack in, don't unnecessarily disrupt, alter, change, destroy or damage the environment so that all others who may come after you will be able to continue to enjoy the landscape as you have. This includes not carving your name into trees, railings, or rocks.
The World Waterfall Database may feature information about waterfalls located partially or entirely within privately owned property. This is solely for the purpose of documenting the existence and location of these waterfalls, and to help identify which locations cannot be legally accessed. Such cases are not a legal justification for visitation of these waterfalls. The World Waterfall Database can not grant permission for visitation to waterfalls found on private property. Further, the World Waterfall Database does not condone visiting waterfalls on private property without first consulting the land owners, and asks that those seeking out waterfalls which may be found on private property be courteous and respectful of the land owner's rights by asking permission before visiting, turning away if permission is not granted, and obeying No Trespassing or Posted signs found along the perimiter or entry points to the property.
If you see information on this website which does not accurately or clearly identify that a waterfall found on your property is not publicly accessible, please contact us and we will make the appropriate changes.
All photographs utilized throughout the World Waterfall Database are protected under International Copyright Law. All photographs are property of their respective owners and may not be used in any medium, personally or commercially, without written consent from the owner. In some cases, photographs which are used by the World Waterfall Database may be attributed with a Creative Commons General use licence (which will be noted where applicable) - these pictures may be freely used and redistributed under the guidelines of the appliable licence model.