Many of Zambian water falls are well off the beaten path. According to the National Monuments of Zambia, some “are only to be reached by Land-rover on difficult county, others only on foot”.
So, come with me and let’s take a look at some of the breathtakingly beautiful water falls in Zambian...
Victoria Falls shared by Zambia and Zimbabwe is considered to be one of the largest sheet of falling water on the planet. However, the Victoria Falls in the dry season is reduced in size so much that it becomes a shadow of itself.
Found in the western Zambia near the Village of Sioma on the Zambezi River is the Ngonye Falls. The Falls are situated in the southern part of Barotseland. About two years before seeing the Victoria Falls, Livingstone arrived at the Falls also known as the Sioma Falls. He wrote. “… the scenery was the loveliest I had seen”.
Should you visit the Ngonye Falls today, you would concur with Livingstone’s assessment.
Kalambo Falls, the highest in Zambia, flows off the high plateau and down into Africa’s Great Rift Valley.
Lying across the Kalambo River, on the border between Tanzania and Zambia, is the second highest waterfall in Africa.
Chishimba Falls (also known as Chisimba falls) are located about 33 kilometers to the west of Kasama town. The falls are actually made up of three individual successive water falls;
Chishimba falls are truly one of Zambia’s spectacular waterfalls!
Lumangwe Falls looks like a miniature Victoria Falls. Mist from the falls even sustains a small rain forest.
Adorning the Kalungwishi River in northern Zambia is the largest waterfall wholly within Zambia.
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