Scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by Angels in their flight  – David Livingstone

The Matabele called it “a Manz’ a Thunqayo”, the Arabs said it marks the “end of the world”, David Livingstone named it in honor of his Queen and the Batswana and Makololo people call it “Mosi-oa-Tunya” the Smoke that Thunders. Rumored to be the largest waterfall in the world, with a 1.7 km width, plunging drop of 108 meters and a flow rate of over 5 million cubic meters per minute, Victoria Falls is indeed an unmatched phenomenon to be reckoned with.

With a huge plume of spray which is visible for miles, a thriving steamy rainforest nurtured by mist, deep gorges chiseled by its powerful water and its ravine woodland supporting a diverse range of wildlife from Butterflies to Eagles to Elephants, the falls is one of the most celebrated wonders in Africa. Its cascading thunder will deafen your ears, its rainbow mist will moistens your cheeks and its spectacular image will enrich your travels.

Victoria Falls town is in Zimbabwe on the southern side of the falls, just across the river from the Livingstone in Zambia. With an international airport serviced from South Africa and Europe it is a gateway into Southern Africa, and a must see destination for travelers who can partake of the many adventurous activities on offer, besides marveling at the waterfall.

Victoria Falls Essentials

Victoria Falls Trips, Tours, Activities & Accommodation

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