The stunning Victoria Falls; this natural monument is in Africa on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe; and they are the waterfall of the Zambezi River, its width is approximately 5,604 ft and its height is 355 ft.
Victoria Falls are considerate part of the three biggest cataracts in the world along with the Iguazú and Horseshoe.
Above the falls there is a steel bridge crossing from side to side which was built in 1905. A curious fact is that this wonderful place has two names; because in 1855 the explorer and missionary David Livingstone named this place Victoria Falls in honor of the Queen of England; however the locals named this place Mosi -oa- Tunya, meaning “The Smoke that Thunders “.
The best time to visit this huge water curtain is between September and January, because it is rainy season and the level of the river gives more power to the waterfall. To enter this paradise there are two national parks that have multiple paths and views of it. In 1989 Victoria Falls was named World Heritage by UNESCO.
Words aren´t enough to express the reality of this amazing natural paradise. It’s a must on our visiting list! Join us!