Victoria Falls

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Details of Victoria Falls

In addition to overnighting in the charming tourist town of Victoria Falls and seeing the mighty falls themselves, visitors to the area can also indulge in activities as diverse as helicopter flights over the falls, sunset river cruises, white water rafting, or crossing over to the Zambia side of the falls to experience the famous ‘Devil’s Pool’ experience.

Whatever your choice, no trip to this corner of the world would be complete without experiencing the smoke that thunders for yourself.

Short Overview

One of Africa’s most popular landmarks, towering Victoria Falls has enchanted visitors for countless years. The largest single curtain waterfall on earth, Victoria Falls’ local name translates into “smoke that thunders”, and its waters feed a thriving rainforest that grows on the shores of the mighty Zambezi River.

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