Sunday, 9 December 2007

Victoria Falls on Zambezi River (border between Zambia and Zimbabwe)

The Eastern Cataract of Victoria Falls on the Zambian side
Victoria Falls is one of the most spectacular natural World Heritage sites (inscribed on the World Heritage List in December 1989).

Mosi-oa-Tunya is the name in local language that means “the smoke that thunders”.

This photo of the Eastern Cataract on the Zambian side was taken at the beginning of the rainy season (November 2007), but the Zambezi River is still not full. By the mid of that sunny hot day most of the streams you see here have vanished - amazing transformation. I will post more pictures here.

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