One of the most interesting entertainments in Victoria Falls is a natural pool mostly unknown to the majority of tourists.
The pool with the width of about ten meters is located next to the cliff found near Livingstone island.
It is separated from the abyss only by a narrow bridge. No wonder that this place is called the Devil’s Pool.
Entering the pool is forbidden during the high water season, as the bathers can be carried by the stream into the abyss.
Victoria is not the highest waterfall in the world, but Bungee jumping (jumping on a rope from the Victoria Falls Bridge) is quite popular here.
It is also possible to river surf, kayak, enjoy heart stopping gorge swings and do other fascinating wild activities here.
In case you are less fond of danger you can enjoy river cruises, elephant rides, admire rich local arts, crafts, do fishing, play golf and other games.
Near the parking lot there is a museum, devoted to the waterfalls’ history. In case you are fond of museums, here you can find out about the changes faced by the waterfall during the last several thousand years.
After you visit the waterfall, make sure you visit the National Park Mosi-oa-Tunya, where you can see a large number of local animals – antelopes, zebras, giraffes etc.