Among the wonders of the African continent are the Victoria Falls. They have an area of 8,780 ha and a height of 108 m. Located on the Zambezi River, between Zambia and Zimbabwe, it is the largest waterfall in the world.
The cloud of water spray produced by the falls rises up to 400 meters high, visible up to a distance of 40 km. Thanks to their impressive height, the Victoria Falls regularly show rainbows and form a large mist, visible more than 20 km away.
The impressive flow of Victoria Falls creates spray, as well as a fine rain formed by the agitation of the water. This has allowed the development of a particularly dense flora in the region.