273 Adam Standers Rd, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

The Best of Victoria Falls - Zimbabwe

Destination Information

Victoria Falls is known as Africa’s Adventure capital, and it definitely lives up to its name. This little town is situated near the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe and near the mighty Zambezi river. 75% of the falls is found in Zimbabwe and 25% in Livingstone.

Did you know?

Where did its English name come from?

The British explorer and missionary Dr David Livingstone was the first European to see the waterfall and gave the falls the English name. He named it after Queen Victoria of The United Kingdom.

How many litres of water fall from the waterfall per minute?

500 million litres of water cascade the falls every minute. This huge amount of falling water causes a spray of water to rise as mist into the air and drenches everything and everyone within reach.

Interesting fact.

Victoria Falls is a world heritage site. It is iconic and reveals the beauty and splendour of the planet we live on. Victoria Falls is a breathtaking natural phenomenon that can’t be found anywhere else in the world.

Fun Fact

Victoria Falls is one of the Seven Natural wonders of the world. It is the largest waterfall in the world. It is approximately 1700m wide and 80-108m in height.