juki235The Victoria Bridge is located directly above the Victoria Falls in Zambia. It is a steel bridge spanning two canyons. The span is very large. You can stand on the bridge and watch the Victoria Falls ahead. The scenery and vision are very good.
关裕年guanyunianThere are some folk villages where blacks live next to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. Here you can see the simple accommodations where Africans live. There is no furnishings in the house, almost everything is covered on the floor, there is no kitchen and toilet. These are unforgettable.
Livingstone is a city in the southeastern part of Zambia, a southern African country, and the capital of the southern province. It is adjacent to the border of Zimbabwe and only 10 kilometers away from Victoria Falls. Tourists here usually go to Victoria Falls and stop here because of the way. Let's go sightseeing in Livingstone. Livingstone’s urban greenery is not bad. The town’s name comes from a missionary. Missionary Livingstone discovered Victoria Falls and named it after the Queen. This is where these names came from. Livingstone is the capital of the Southern Province of Zambia, and is a famous tourist destination due to the Victoria Falls. The population is only over 100,000! The weather here is quite hot. Of course, it seems that there are almost no places in Africa that are not hot. There are very few people in this city, and they are probably very lazy. Many government departments and shops are closed. I don’t want to buy anything. easy. But the air is permeable, the greenery is good, the people are very simple and lovely, and the prices are very cheap. These points are enough to make the journey happy?
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VICTORIA FALLS-ZIMBABWE AND ZAMBIA
Victoria Falls is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and the major waterfall on the Zambezi River in Africa. It is famous for being the largest waterfall in the world, in the wet season. The African people who live around the falls call it Mosi-oa-Tunya which means "smoke that thunders".There are many things that can be done in victoria Falls which are Bungee Jumping,white water rafting,Helicopter and Microlight flights over the falls,Zipline,Gorge swing and flying fox,Swim on the devils pool(the edge of victoria falls which is extremely very dangerous any mistake you are gone).One of my best experiances was seing giraffes on my window while having breakfast and of course many animals.one of the most amazing thing is the rainbow and that its the largest falls in the world.I recommend you to visit and dont forget to take the microflights over the falls ITS AMAZING.Best bucketlist ever!!!!
Victoria Falls is one of the seven wonders of Africa and is between Zimbabwe and Zambia. The massive waterfall is heard kilometers away as the water crashes against the rocks, as you walk towards the falls in the rainforest your breath is taken away by the glorious view of the amazing falls.
The last country in Africa's trip is Zimbabwe, where there is the world's second-largest waterfall, Victoria Falls, where you can enjoy landing permits.
The capital of Zimbabwe is Harare. Once you enter Harare, you will feel that the city is very European, and garden-style single-family villas are constantly appearing on both sides of the road. Let people forget that this is Africa. And when the children who don't wear shoes are beating on the side of the road, they are reminding you that this is one of the poorest countries in the world. After all, Zimbabwes most famous thing in recent years has been the sharp depreciation of the currency.
In the world of mankind, mankind is nothing but a small dust. It recognizes the greatness of nature and the smallness of self. It is the Victoria Falls in Africa.
At the junction of Zambia and Zimbabwe in Africa, there is a raging river, the Zambezi River. The Zambezi River suddenly fell into a huge cliff, forming the world's largest waterfall: Victoria Falls.
"This river seems to have disappeared from the earth. After only 80 feet, it disappeared into the opposite rock. Except for a cloud of white clouds, I couldnt see anything. Like thousands of small meteors, all in one direction, leaving a droplet after each meteor. If you see such a waterfall, I think, angels will stop there." In 1855, The Scottish explorer Livingston discovered the scene of this continent, and when I came to the waterfall, I felt so deeply.
All the natural forces that make people tremble, they only see their sounds. When they reach the waterfall, the sound of the water rang through the sky, and the mist of the waterfall is lost in the valley. In the looming, several rainbows leaped into the eye. Everyone is wet, but it is this immersive realism that deeply feels the unparalleled shock of nature.