The natives in this region called the Falls the ''smoke that thunders". The thundering waters snarl and hiss as the mighty Zambezi unloads all his strength. The Zambezi has a width of 1708 meters and plunges 110 feet, before the river continues to run into a 50 meter wide bay.
The famous fog rises to a height of 400 meters and is the biggest waterfall of Africa. The constant mist of water also ensures a tropical landscape and the flora around the falls are like a rain forest. Particularly beautiful are the rainbows which add colour to the waterfall and make for some stunning photos.
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