The Victoria Falls is the world’s largest waterfall. In peak season the entire yearly water consumption of New York flows over its edge every three and a half days.
The Victoria Falls is neither the widest or tallest waterfall on earth, but its combination of the two makes it the biggest. This UNESCO World Heritage site was named by David Livingstone, after Queen Victoria of Britain.
The Victoria Falls is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Africa and offers a wide range of luxury accommodation and activities in the area. For the top lodges and camps visit the Victoria Falls Accommodation guide from AfricanSafariHome.com
The mighty Zambezi River provides many daytime activities in the area. The notorious Tiger fish is found here, which is a great fresh water game fish.