EXPLORE ZIMBABWE TOUR
Victoria Falls, which forms the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia on the Zambezi River, is a breathtaking spectacle of breathtaking beauty and grandeur. The Kololo tribe, which inhabited the region in the 1800s, referred to it as "Mosi-oa-Tunya," or "The Smoke that Thunders." Victoria Falls is referred as the world's largest water curtain in more recent times. At the height of the rainy season, more than 500 million cubic metres of water per minute plunge over the edge, over a breadth of nearly two kilometres, into a valley more than one hundred metres below, creating columns of spray that can be seen from miles away.