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Amazing Double Rainbow over Victoria Falls, ZambiaAll About Travelling
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Amazing Double Rainbow over Victoria Falls, Zambia

Feb, 11 || 1 Comment | Tags: , , ,
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Few things in nature are as beautiful as waterfalls.

Magnificent Victoria Falls is known as the “thundering smoke”. Waterfall has a height of 110 meters, coming from spraying water mist rises up to 30 meters high and is visible from a distance of 30 km. Optionally you can practice many activities like bungee jumping.

Local fauna is also impressive: baboons, elephants, hippos are often seen on the banks of the waterfall. A boat trip on the Zambezi River to Victoria Falls cost about 95 euros, while a helicopter, so that you see and rhinoceroses in national park joined Mosi-oa Tunya, their own within cost 85 euros.

Nearest big city: Livingstone in Zambina is located about 13 kilometers from Victoria Falls. Most tourists arrive at Livingstone International Airport and then take a bus to the hotel, which are taken by guides who lead to waterfalls.

Historical data

First euopean who discovers waterfall at 16 November 1855 was Scotsman David Livingstone, missionary and researcher of Africa, naming it in honor of England’s Queen Victoria. Kolo natives waterfall called Mosi-oa-Tunya, meaning “thundering smoke”, the name comes from coming from spraying water mist that rises up to 30 meters height is visible from a distance of 30 km. Located on the Zambezi River, its waters fall into cataracts from a height of 110 meters. Has width of 1708 meters and a flow of 170 cubic meters / s – 10,000 cubic meters / s, this variation is due to water flow dry season (September and October) or rainy (February and March).
Development and existence of equatorial forest in the region is due to continually produced water vapor waterfall.

Best time to visit: From February to May, when the rainy season is over.

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One Comment

  1. Diana says:

    Amazing, i hope i will get there one day

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