Victoria Falls


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Tourist Map.

Eastern Cataract. This is taken during the dry season when only about three and three-quarter million gallons go over per minute. At the height of the wet season the figure can be seventy five million gallons per minute!

Eastern Cataract at night.

At the very edge of the Falls on the Zambian side.

Danger Point on the southern side above the exit from the first gorge with Livingstone Island in the background.

Victoria Falls Bridge, from the Zambian side. The bridge was completed in 1905 by the Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Company in Darlington. A roadway was added in 1930.

From the Rain Forest.

Devil's Cataract This is the lowest part of the Falls and consequently has the greatest rush of water, even in the dry season.

Looking down about 300 feet into the First Gorge from the Rain Forest.

The Big Tree. This baobab was 66 feet in circumference and had been reduced by a storm in 1960 from its full height of 146 feet.

Horizon article about the baobab.

Sunset taken from the Falls Restaurant looking south across the Zambezi.

Rondavels on the Zambian side of the Zambezi.

Victoria Falls Hotel swimming pool.


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