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.
We are very fortunate to see the panoramic view of the waterfall on the plane from Harare to Victoria City. It is worth the price. After all, it is only before the waterfall that we can only find that if you want to see the panorama, you can only sit 195. Knife helicopter appreciation.
Why is it that Victoria Falls is hard to get close to, because the water vapor is too big, the View Point of the entire waterfall is divided into sections by the rainforest, and the more you go down, the bigger the water vapor, the closer it is to the rhythm of the wet body. Of course, the President of Zimbabwe said that you should never wear a raincoat when visiting the waterfall. This is a good process of purifying the soul. So I didnt wear a raincoat, and I was thoroughly cleaned from head to toe.
Zimbabwe's characteristic cliff restaurant, lookout cafe, is located in the lower reaches of the Zambezi River Victoria Falls. The Zambezi River has turned a big bend in the canyon, rushing forward, eating a fish meal here and watching the bungee jumping across the Victoria Bridge. The strop on the cliff next to it, the scenery is picturesque.