The Victoria Falls is the widest curtain of falling water on earth, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of only seven natural wonders on the planet. Mist from the waterfalls can be seen more than 20km away and the thundering roar can be heard long before the Falls can be seen, which explains the Falls’ local name, Mosi-oa-Tunya, meaning the “Smoke that Thunders”. The Falls are on the borders of Zambia and Zimbabwe and there is something magical about this towering column of falling water and the abyss and tranquil lagoons upstream in which hippo and crocodiles lurk.
Unrivaled guides and unique backdrops are Zimbabwe’s assets, amidst low-lying semi-desert to lush highlands strewn with lakes and forests. Hwange National Park in the Northwest is the largest. The elephants are world-famed and, here, you’ll find one of the world’s largest populations. The mighty Zambezi River, from Victoria Falls, creates waterholes for thirsty wildlife. Emerging from recent troubles, tourists are flocking in.
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