One of the Natural Wonders of the world and a true masterpiece of Mother Nature at her ultimate best is the incomparable and largest waterfall in the world, the great Victoria Falls. Commonly known as Vic Falls by locals and tourists alike, this town in Zimbabwe is home to a World Heritage Site and is situated on the southern bank of the idyllic Zambezi River.
It is the standout attraction to visit when exploring Zimbabwe and when you witness this majestic mass of water you will realise why. Named after Queen Victoria of Britain in the mid-19th century, it was before known as Mosi-oa-Tunya which means “the smoke that thunders”. Recent efforts have been made by the Zimbabwean government to go back to this original name but most still know it as Vic Falls.