The great waterfalls is to be found on the Zambezi River, lies in the Southern Africa. The Zambezi, a tranquil and peaceful river which changed into a turbulent flow of roaring water is called the Victoria Falls, known as ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’. The smoke that thunders or the most known large curtain of falling water through the Kololo tribe living area is an interesting place with fabulous natural phenomenon and an incomparable view of the courageous visitor who is not afraid of bone by the huge smoke-like cloud of mist offers its wet. Victoria Falls is about 18km south of Livingstone on the Zambezi River, bordering Zambia and Zimbabwe.
In fact, the gigantic columns of fog prepared from the Victoria, majestic falls can be enjoyed from more than 65km away, they fall on a vertical drop of 100m into a deep overeat. Not only that, standing in front of the waterfall, a double vertical wall of basalt, about the same amount of rainforest mist tempered, a path along the edge that you not only a resounding with incomparable views, but scope of the Cascades ‘capped glory’.