DANCING WITH THE DEVIL AT VICTORIA FALLS
Comfortable with your swimming skills? Maybe you’re eager for a risk! Either way, you could join others who have swam in the Devil’s Swimming Pool at the edge – literally – of Victoria Falls, in southern Africa.
As one of the ‘Seven Natural Wonders of the World’ and one of the largest waterfalls on the planet, it is easy to understand why Victoria Falls attracts visitors from across the globe.
A thunderous crashing wall of water that borders the African countries of Zambia and Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls or Mosi-oa-Tunya meaning “smoke that thunders”, is a truly impressive site, and as it is just a short hop from Johannesburg in South Africa, many travellers add this natural wonder at the beginning or end of their safari holiday.
Resplendent in natural beauty, Victoria Falls is worth a visit for the sound of crashing water alone, and if you enjoy photography, birds and wildlife, you may find this one of the most spectacular regions on earth.
However, in recent years Victoria Falls has started to attract a new crowd of travellers, and if your idea of the perfect holiday…
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