Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
The great Victoria Falls is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and a place where wilderness, adventure and culture unite around its stunning spectacle.
Incredible natural beauty, and remarkable wildlife viewing combine to thrill and amaze visitors to this UNESCO World Heritage Site, where the Zambezi River drops more than 100m into the Batoka Gorge to form the Victoria Falls. At 1.7km wide, it is the largest waterfall in the world and is often referred to as “Mosi-oa-Tunya” or the Smoke that Thunders.
Chobe National Park, also known as The Land of Giants, is home to the largest population of elephants in the world. It provides excellent game viewing and birding opportunities, with more than 75 mammal species and 450 bird types.
The 11,700 sq km park, established in 1968, is located in northern Botswana and its life-source is the Chobe River which affords unique water-based game viewing opportunities, such as the unforgettable sight of elephant herds swimming across the river, trunks raised.