Located in the south of the African continent and located on the Zambia/Zimbabwe border, Victoria Falls are one of the world’s most amazing and impressive wonders of nature.
Between February and March, when the Zambesi is at its strongest, an average of more than 500 million liters of water shoot over edge of the waterfall every minute. Indeed, the dimensions of the Victoria Falls beats all records, at an average height of 97 metres, the Victoria Falls are around one and a half times as long and also twice as high as the world famous Niagara Falls in North America.
Dense tropical rain forests now cover the former basins of earlier waterfalls and have thus created vegetation that would not normally thrive in the surrounding area.
According British explorer, David Livingstone, the waterfalls were such an incredible sight that even passing angels would have been awestruck and amazed by their outstanding beauty.
Even a century and a half after they were first discovered, the majestic Victoria Falls are still one of the greatest natural spectacles in the world.