Who knows what the explorer David Livingstone must have thought when he first witnessed the mighty Victoria Falls in 1855, from his vantage point on Livingston Island? Of course he was not the first to have seen its majesties, it was already named in one of the local dialects as Mosi-oa-Tunya, directly translated as the Smoke that Thunders, but it was he who exposed this natural wonder to the world. Situated on the Zambezi River and classed as the largest waterfall on the planet, in terms of falling sheet of water, it is a spectacle not to be missed!
Though the Victoria Falls has remained a mostly constant attraction and tourist destination over the last few decades of political unrest, Zimbabwe is making a comeback and is fast regaining its reputation as a much sought after safari and holiday destination, extending far beyond the well-known Victoria Falls. Zambezi National Park and Hwange National Park are easily accessible from Victoria Falls, while further afield Mana Pools, Lake Kariba, Matusadona, Gonarezhou and the Eastern Highlands provide ample exciting safari destinations. Especially renowned for world class walking and canoe safaris, some of the best guides in Africa, warm, friendly people and excellent service, Zimbabwe makes for the most rewarding of safari experiences.
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