Victoria Falls is one of the largest worldwide most beautiful place and tourist attractions waterfall located the midway along bank of the Zambezi River the fourth largest river in Africa which defining the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Victoria Falls is only waterfall in the world which length of more than a kilometer and it’s height of more than hundred meters.
The location of Victoria Falls is actually in Zambia. But the boarders of Zimbabwe have fallen down. And to enjoy its true beauty, it will go to Zimbabwe’s Victoria City end. In this waterfall 38,430 cubic feet of water per second is falling down. Approximately 15 million visitors come to see this waterfall annually. Because of its beauty, it has become the country’s main tourist center.
Victoria Falls is a famous waterfall. The waters of the Gambia are the source of the water of Victoria Falls. This waterfall has been ranked in the list of the world’s natural wonders due to its height and width. Another name for Victoria Falls is ‘Mosi-wa-Tunea’ which means ‘Electricity smoke’. This is the largest waterfall in the world. The width of this waterfall is about 1.7 kilometers. Water is continuously falling down from about 108 meters high. Scottish investigator David Livingstone said, the name of the waterfall Victoria Falls. The best way to see it is to look at the helicopter. However, two countries have made two parks near the Victoria Falls to see the bottom. Victoria Waterfalls are seen in the park just 60 meters away. From so much it is seen how the water from above is roaring down and it is like a smoke vapor in the water. If you see the scene, it will not be difficult to understand why many people say Victoria is “electricity smoke”. However, it is not completely seen from any park. From Zimbabwe’s part, it can be seen from about 75 to 80 percent , on the other hand, Zambia’s part can be seen from 20 to 15 percent.
International travelers have to pay US $ 30, while on the other hand the ticket price for domestic / national travelers is US $ 20. Half of the ticket price for children less than 12 years