Victoria Falls

Fed by the Zambezi River, the UNESCO-listed Victoria Falls is the largest waterfall in the world. Named after Queen Victoria by David Livingstone, the natural border of Zimbabwe and Zambia takes its place as one of the natural wonders of the world with its sheer size and magnitude, the role it plays in the astounding biodiversity of the region with many endemic flora that cannot be found anywhere else. 

Why the Victoria Falls?

Wildlife Highlights

Blessed by outstanding scenery and dramatic landscapes, the surroundings of the Victoria Falls is also home to an amazing variety of wildlife species where a healthy population of mammals thrive such as the elephants, giraffes, kudus, zebras, sable antelopes, lions, hyenas, baboons, warthogs, buffaloes, hippos, leopards, white rhinos and more.

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