Here’s how Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, and Livingstone, Zambia, differ in terms of art, culture, and proximity to the famous falls.
While most of us are stuck indoors in the pandemic, the outdoors feel like a wonderful but distant dream. Yet, there is no stopping us from poring over the wonders of the world, albeit virtually till it is safe to travel again. Here’s a look at six stunning Natural Wonders of the World, wonders that will leave you awestruck. Stay in, stay safe; here is some armchair travel to your rescue.
Famously known as ‘The Smoke that Thunders’, Victoria Falls is one of the most spectacular waterfalls on the planet.
How the fall of Mugabe allowed Zimbabwe to reclaim the future of its tourism; Sophie; Zimbabwe Situation
Sophie discussed him in hushed tones, out of earshot of anyone else. Always the conversations were the same: “one day, maybe…,” swiftly followed by, , “don’t say this where anyone else might hear.”
Victoria Falls: your guide to the Zambezi’s Unesco World Heritage Site; Samuel Fishwick; Evening Standard
Victoria Falls is much more than just a mesmerising 100-metre plunge down a cliff. As a £120m airport opens nearby, Samuel Fishwick falls for its thrills and spills…
A trip to this World Heritage Site promises more than just smoke and thunder, writes Sam Bradley.
Source: Falling for Victoria Falls