Some of the largest falls in the world, Victoria falls, Zambia are described as Mosi-O-Tunya by Kololo tribe meaning “the smoke that thunders” due to the roar of the fascinating cascading water that can be heard from miles away that has also named Victoria falls, Zambia as “the greatest known curtain of falling water” in modern era.
Victoria Falls, Zambia are located in southern Africa on the Zambezi River snaking between the countries of Zambia and Zimbabwe whose buttress of frothing are vivid from 546 million cubic meters of water that descends from the edges with a width of about two kilometers falling below into a deep abyss of over 100 meters.
A Scottish missionary and explorer David Livingstone had been the first European who recorded the view of Victoria Falls from which it came to known as “Livingstone Island” in Zambia that is the only approachable land in the middle of the falls and named them as “Victoria falls” in his Queen honor.
When to go Victoria falls, Zambia
Though the different times around the year provide diverse experiences of Victoria falls, Zambia but the best season to visit Victoria Falls is between May and August when one can enjoy the water falls without getting obscured.
Where to live close to Victoria Falls, Zambia
- Ilala Lodge
- Zambezi Sun
Where to go at Victoria falls, Zambia
- Cape Town, Sun City and Zambia
- Chobe National Park
What to do at Victoria falls, Zambia
- Zambezi river cruise
- Weird flights in Victoria Falls
- Elephant back safari in Victoria Falls
- Swimming in the devil’s pool
- River rafting in Victoria Falls
- Bungee jump in Victoria Falls