Victoria Falls, known in Zambia as Mosi-oa-Tunya (the Smoke that Thunders), is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Located between Zambia and Zimbabwe, the Zambezi River widens to 1.7 km and then the full width of the river plunges 108m down into the Zambezi Gorge. The force of the tumbling water, estimated at around 545 million litres per minute during the rainy season, sends clouds of spray up to 500m into the air, sustaining a lush rainforest all around.
Daralyn Danns is a journalist, and can be found on Twitter under the handle @daralynstravels. Enjoy this post about her recent trip to Johannesburg and Victoria Falls. It’s Tuesday and we are having lunch at Sakhumzi, a bustling restaurant in … Continue reading