Victoria Falls Tour is a heart-pounding sensational adventure as you will actually be standing on the edge of the precipice above the raging waters of the mighty Zambezi River for something quite unforgettable.
Spray from the pounding water rises more than 60 feet into the air before tumbling down to create 24 hours of solid rain.
Siting between the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe is the Magnificent Victoria Falls known as the world’s largest curtain of falling water estimated around 1,708 meters in width 109 meters in height. It is also know as one of the 7 natural wonders of the world. Approximately 650 million liters of water drops every minute over the cliff at Victoria Falls and continues flowing downstream the lower Zambezi River.
The Victoria falls is known by the local people as Mosi-oa-Tunya which means “the smoke that thunders“. It was discovered in 1855 by the Scottish missionary and explorer, Doctor David Livingstone who renamed it as Victoria Falls after Queen Victoria of England.
The Victoria Falls is one of the few places on earth where the Lunar Rainbow or Moonbow occurs regularly and where it can be witnessed with ease. Moonbows or lunar rainbows are rare natural atmospheric phenomena that occur when the Moon’s light is reflected and refracted off water droplets in the air.
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The Victoria Falls or “Mosi Oa Tunya Falls” as described by the Kololo tribe that lived around the area meaning “Smoke that Thunders” is one of the Seven (7) Natural Wonders and the largest falls in the world. It spreads across the Zambezi River (the fourth largest river in Africa) between the
- The Victoria falls was named after Queen Victoria by the Scottish Missionary David Livingstone who the first European to have crossed Africa
- It presents a spectacular view of an inspiring beauty and considered as the largest due its width of 1,708 meters and the height of 108 meters.
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