Victoria Falls width: 1,708 m
Elevation: 885 m above see level
Location: border between Zambia and Zimbabwe.
what is victoria falls?
Victoria Falls is a mighty waterfall on the Zambezi River in southern Africa it’s one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and the major waterfall on the Zambezi River located in southern Africa. It is famous for being the largest waterfall in the world, in the wet season. The water makes a roaring noise as it falls over the cliff and down into the Zambezi River below. Victoria Falls is , which provides habitat for several unique species of plants and animals. It is located on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe and is considered to be one of the world’s largest waterfalls due to its width of 1,708 m
(1)victoria falls activities:
The helicopter flight of Angels over Victoria Falls:
Experience a bird’s eye view of the magnificent Victoria Falls, Zambezi River and Batoka Gorge on these epic Victoria Falls Helicopter Flights, this kind of activity is included in some of Xavier safaris multi country comb safaris
The helicopter flight over the mighty Victoria Falls is a once in a lifetime opportunity not to be missed. The sight of the thundering waterfall from the sky will leave you awestruck. Soar above the towering wall of mist created by the Victoria Falls, and be mesmerized as you witness the largest sheet of falling water in the World. Take a moment to appreciate this natural wonder and absorb the scenes that will not quickly fade from memory. And don’t forget to take advantage of the numerous photographic opportunities you will get as you experience this helicopter flight over the Victoria Falls. Book with Xavier safaris the most adventurous Flight of Angels for (25 min) helicopter flight over the mighty spectacular victoria falls The helicopter flight is one the most spectacular activities you will ever experience. View the majestic Victoria Falls from the sky. You will also have fantastic views upstream of the Zambezi River, and downstream of the Batoka Gorge.
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The Helicopter “Flight of Angels” is an amazing journey over the 1700m vast curtain of water known locally as the “Mosi oa Tunya” (the smoke that thunders) and along the Zambezi River and the Zambezi National Park.
- highlights: -Enjoy the Flight of Angels figure 8 flight over the Victoria Falls.
- -Fly down the Batoka Gorge where the river converges into a raging torrent of water
-A Game viewing flight over the Zambezi National Park
(2)white water rafting:- Zambezi river
Come raft with the original pioneers of white water rafting on the mighty Zambezi river. No white water compares to the Zambezi. This is the most exciting, electrifying and adrenaline-fueled rafting experience in the world. As the original rafting pioneers in Victoria Falls, our white-water history dates back to 1985. Our guides are the best in the business as they’ve been on this river during all seasons and know the rapids better than anyone. No one can Xavier safaris unrivalled African safari travel experience, knowledge and safety is our priority
IS ZAMBEZI RIVER DANGEROUS?
The river is incredibly rushing and hides many dangers, including the huge stones and trenches hidden under the swirling waves. Rafting on the Zambezi River is considered one of the most extreme entertainments in the world. Every year, some 50,000 people travel along the river.
Is Zambezi white water rafting safe?
One of the biggest dangers in rafting is foot entrapment. While this is definitely possible on all the rating rivers thought the world Zambezi River and we cover the do’s and don’t’s in our extensive safety briefing before the beginning of rafting.
WHERE IS ZAMBEZI RIVER?
The Zambezi River is located below the Victoria Falls is widely considered to be the very best White Water Rafting river in the world. A deep channeled, high volume river, the Zambezi has class 3 – 5 rapids interspersed with tranquil pools. The Zambezi River is the fourth-longest river in Africa, the longest east-flowing river in Africa and the largest flowing into the Indian
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