One of the 7 Wonders of the Natural World and the world's largest sheet of falling water
If you track the path of the mighty Zambezi you will find Mosi-oa-Tunya, ‘the smoke that thunders’. One of the seven natural wonders of the world and a UNESCO World Heritage site, Victoria Falls is a tribute to the power and splendour of nature. This falling sheet of water is the largest in the world and cascades down a riverine canyon producing an incredible roar and plume of mist that gives way to rainbows. With experiences revolving around natural swimming pools on the edge of the falls, white water rafting, mesmerising vistas and exquisite stays, Victoria Falls is a truly unmissable destination with something memorable for everyone.
Visit Devil’s Pool, a swimming hole at the top of the falls and gaze over the edge.
Adventure seekers can go white water rafting through the rapids at the bottom of the falls.
Visit the spot where Scottish explorer David Livingstone first peered over the falls.
Take a boat cruise on the Zambezi and sip on sundowners while spotting game.
Take a hot air balloon over the falls to experience its sheer magnitude and beauty.
Bungee jump off of Victoria Falls Bridge and into the falls.
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Best time to go to Victoria Falls
When visiting Victoria Falls, an important factor to consider is the water level of the falls. Water levels are highest from May to August, offering great visibility of the falls, but the absolutely perfect time is June and July. The water levels start to lower in August up to March, and this is when white water rafting is available. During the rainy season, the falls can be completely obscured by mist, from about November to March, while the dry season, from April to October, is great for game viewing in the area.
Featured Victoria Falls stays
528 Victoria Falls Guest House
A bespoke and characterful eco-friendly boutique close to Victoria Falls