The Zambezi River casually approaches Victoria Falls, then topples out of control over a sheer 100-meter drop. This mile-wide (1,7 km) curtain of water one of the '7 Natural Wonders of the World' is as spectacular as its reputation and can be viewed from various angles at numerous viewpoints.
The widest curtain of falling water occurs during the warm wet months of February to April; the resulting spray can be seen from 32kms away. The African name for the falls is Mosi-Oa-Tunya "The Smoke that Thunders".
Below is our collection of the finest Victoria Falls Lodges in Livingstone, Zambia on offer.