Even the rainbows are incredible here — they are of the "moon" kind: produced by the light reflected off the surface of the Moon.The falls were discovered in 1855 by David Livingstone, the British doctor and a missionary, who named them in honor of Queen Victoria.At the same time, Victoria — is the only waterfall in the world that is over one kilometer wide and over one hundred meters deep.Its roar can be heard from 40 kilometers away, while the spray and mist from the falling water rises up to 400 meters and is visible from the distance of 50 kilometers.Rold baloyi, Zimbabwe Thank you for sharing this incredible photography of God's wondrous earth! Chantal Vine-Jordan, Zambia Dear Marvin, you can't download our panoramas.The accompanying music was also beautiful and so relaxing. Sally Conner, USA This is great we live in Livingstone and run a tourism based company "Elephant Oasis African Bush Dinners" and this a great opportunity for people to understand the beauty of the Victoria Falls and get people excited about coming to see it in person. But you can get i Pad applications with our panoramas of Kamchatka: Tour.php? Beautiful World & Thanks for wonderful photography."Victoria" — is one of the most spectacular attractions of Africa and one of the most unusual waterfalls in the world.It is created by the Zambezi River that suddenly plummets into a narrow, 100-meters deep chasm.
Alan Chattaway, Canada I visited Victoria falls in the summer of 1997 with my family.
One of the peculiar ways of entertainment at Victoria, hardly known to the mainstream tourists — is a natural pool, about ten meters wide, located right next to the cliff, next to the Livingstone's island.
Just a narrow strip separates it from the deep precipice.
What is that..artist and the piece that plays during the awesome tour of Victoria falls? My love towards Water Falls , Mountains & forests remains in my heart where ever I visit.
Visited Niagara & Grand Canyons amazing & happy to see them , next is this beautiful Water Fall Victoria. I grew up in Zambia and last visited in 1997 at the end of the dry season.His expedition, aimed at bringing Christianity to Africa, was accompanied by 300 warriors from one of the tribes, but only two of them dared to get close to the waterfall.