The Victoria Falls

The Victoria Falls, also known as The Smoke That Thunders, is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. It is an insane waterfall on the Zambezi River between Zimbabwe and Zambia. The Falls boast a height of 108 meters (360ft) and a width of 1,708 meters (5,600 ft), making it the largest sheet of falling water in the world. One can see approximately 70% of The Falls from the Zimbabwean side and about 30% on the Zambian side, each with a unique perspective. Discover The Falls head on by taking the foot path and bridge across the gorge you will be instantly impressed by its glory.

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Livingstone Statue

This statue stands in the Vic Falls National Park and is along one of the paths when you go to visit the Falls, at the Western side of the falls Livingstone stands overlooking the devils cataract section. Good photo op.

The Big Tree

The big tree is a huge specimen of the Baobab tree, you will find this beauty on Zambezi drive, it takes about 30 fully grown humans to encircle its trunk. Pretty scary huh!

The Bridge

If you are not going to Zambia or Bungi Jumping you still must visit the bridge, need to make sure they do not charge you for a second visa, but ask them to go and see your friend Bungi jumping perhaps. It is a very impressive site.

Crocodile Ranch & Nature Sanctuary

Crocodile Ranch & Nature Sanctuary is situated less than 5km from The Victoria Falls. A small river, known as Spencer’s Creek, flows through the Crocodile Ranch and meets the mighty Zambezi River. The 12 acre Crocodile Ranch was started in 1970 with a mere 100 crocodiles. This family business has grown considerably over the past 30 years and there are now over 40,000 crocodiles from the tiny hatchlings to 5 meter giants.

Outdoor Craft Market

End of Adam Stander Drive, Victoria Falls
Hours: Mon-Fri: 8am-5pm; Sat: 8am-1pm

The famous outdoor craft market is the perfect place to go buy authentic African artwork. This is a well known place to find Mashonaland stone sculptors and beautiful wood carvings. If you like to bargain hunt, this is the place to go.

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