These few minutes are probably the most unforgettable experience of my life. In front of me are deep canyons and transpiration of water vapor. Overhead is a rainbow, opposite is the crowd standing in the distance of neighbouring countries. The hard work of trembling all the way and being knocked by the rocks immediately disappeared.
The devil swimming pool near Victoria Falls in Zambia, where you can enjoy the edge of the natural swimming pool, overlooking the 103-meter-high waterfall flowing straight down, is so exciting that my heart is coming out. According to the guide, visitors are allowed to visit it every September-December, when the water level is the lowest and will not be washed down the waterfall, and in order to ensure personal safety, you can only follow the group. That's too exciting.
The Devil Pool is the most dangerous swimming pool in the world. It is reported that most of the year, the Victoria Falls water is always turbulent, anyone who dares to enter the "Devil's Pool" at this time will be immediately swept off the cliff by the water. But in the dry season, "tourists" can play in the pool relatively safely because of the slow flow. Even so, "Devil Pool" still has a flow rate of 1088 cubic meters per second, and "Devil Pool" has no fence at its edge, which means that "tourists" in it are a little inattentive and may still rush down the waterfall with the turbulent flow. In addition, even the journey to the Devil Pool is a dangerous journey - visitors have to walk hard for three hours on the mountain road, with slippery stones under their feet and dangerous falls. It's more exciting than bungee jumping. According to the Times, "Devil Pool" is one of the two natural swimming pools recently opened by the Victoria Falls Tourism Department. Francisco, a software engineer in Washington, USA, and his wife went to celebrate their wedding anniversary. He thought swimming there was scary, exciting and even more exciting than bungee jumping. After entering the Devil's Pool, he recalled, I always thought that I might be swept away by the water at any time and fall into the abyss, which made me dizzy, but also very interesting. In Devil Pool, some people like to swim quietly while watching the scenery, while others keep screaming. "
Unfortunately, I can't swim. Waterfalls are so strange from this point of view. On the way, the scenery is unique. There are three games, morning, afternoon, evening, the price is different, because it is not so good to decide which one is which, but this is in Zambia, the waterfall is Zambia, Zimbabwe has always been the best viewing point, Zambia is still a real loss.
It is located at the top of Victoria Falls, 110 meters high. The local name of Victoria Falls is "Mossiotunia", which means "thundering smoke". Devil Pool is a natural rock pool. It is said that the Koru people who once lived near the waterfall never dared to approach it. Neighbouring Eastern Californians see it more as a god, and the rainbow as an incarnation of God.
The landscape is just amazing, not too much visitors here. Nice.
Because it is located at the top of Victoria Falls, 110 meters high, visitors who want to challenge their courage limit can scratch at "pool edge" and experience the stimulation of the galloping waterfall flowing down from below. Before feeling the adrenaline plummet, the most important thing is to make sure they have no heart disease. When the Zambezi River was full, 7,500 cubic metres of water surged across Victoria Falls every second. The amount of water is so large and the downward momentum is so strong that the splash can be seen as far as 40 kilometers away.
The Devil Swimming Pool, the world's most dangerous place, is located at the top of Victoria Falls, 110 meters high on the Zambian-Zimbabwe border. Every year in the dry season it becomes a paradise for adventurers, but most of the rest of the time it is not wise to swim here, thinking that the number of waterfalls is very abundant, the rough river will beat the rocks and rush down, you will definitely be washed down the cliff by the waterfall. Well, do you have the courage to play?