One of the greatest attractions in Africa and one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world, Victoria Falls is located on the Zambezi River, the fourth largest river in Africa, which is also defining the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe.

We stayed on the Zimbabwe side which affords better views of the Falls.


Photos never do it justice. It was truly breathtaking.

This is just one part of the Falls. It goes on for about a mile in length.

Victoria Falls is more active during the wet season, but it's also misty and more difficult to photograph.

This bridge separates Zimbabwe and Zambia.

You can bungee jump off the bridge if you like. The drop is 111 meters, or 364 feet.

We walked over to Zambia. Passport stamped. Mission accomplished.

You can see the Falls from the Zambian side as well. Unfortunately we did not have enough time.

The next day a few of us went on a 15 minute helicopter ride!

Sunset boat cruise.

It's our last day with the tour. Great times, great people.

At dinner, a traditional act performed for us.

Last dinner with the whole gang. It's been a pleasure.

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