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Victoria falls 2

Published on 10/19/2015
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One of the most interesting entertainments in Victoria Falls is a natural pool mostly unknown to the majority of tourists.

It is forbidden to enter this pool during the high water season, as the bathers can be carried by the stream into the abyss.

This 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.

 The falls generate  mists that can be spotted from more than a 20 kilometres away.

The mists also sustains a rain forest-like ecosystem adjacent to the falls and on the opposite cliff that faces them like a dried-up mirror image, thick with mahogany, fig, palm, and other species of vegetation.

The falls are massive and invite contemplation from many different viewpoints. Trails invite you to walk around the area and enjoy vistas. Unique views are also to be had from the Knife Edge Bridge and Victoria Falls Bridge. River-level views from below the falls are a good way to experience their power up-close. At certain times of the year the daring may even swim in pools on the very crest of the cataract.

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When you should visit the falls. The river is typically in full flood during February and March, when as much as 540 million cubic meters of water fall over the edge every single minute. During the rainy season, however, the spray plume can obscure the view of the falls themselves. By November, when the water is at low ebb, visitors may see the curtain split into many smaller channels of falling water.

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