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Victoria falls devil s pool Latest info and Photos 2012

Victoria Falls Devil s pool latest image info 2102

Victoria Falls Devil s pool latest image info 2102
Victoria falls devil s pool
Victoria Falls Devil s pool latest image info latest photos 2012
Victoria falls devil s pool latest photos 2011


Bunji Jump
111-meter jump from the bridge(min weight 45kg/max weight 110kg)
Scenic Flights
View the Falls from the air with either short or extended flights by
HELICOPTER 12 min or 30 min, Fixed wing 25 min or 40 min
ULTRALIGHT 35 min or 50 min, Float plane 35 min or 50 min
MICRO-LIGHT 12 min or 30 min, Tiger moth 25 min or 40 min
PARASAILING 3 kilometres .
You can also Rap Jump & experience the Foofie Slide.
You can visit Crocodile Farm & Nature Sanctuary which opens from 8.00am to 5.00pm.
If you are fond of wild life do not forget to take amazing Elephant Back Trails & Interaction Lion Walk.
Devil's Pool, Victoria Falls - Swimming on the Edge
The Victoria falls is 1 708 meters wide, making it the largest curtain of water in the world. It drops between 90m and 107m into the Zambezi Gorge and an average of 550,000 cubic metres of water plummet over the edge every minute.

Devil's Pool is a natural rock pool on the edge of the Victoria Falls, located along the Zambezi River on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe. During the dry season, Devil's Pool is shallow enough that people can safely swim right to the edge before the waterfall drops more than 300 feet (100m). You don't get swept down by the force of the falls because of a natural rock wall just below the surface. This is as close as you can get to the thunderous roar and permanent rainbows that adorn this magnificent Natural World Wonder.
victoria falls devils pool death
According to wikipedia and a transcript of the Australian TV show, Message Stick, Devil's Pool has taken 17 lives since 1959. The fatalities were cause by irresponsable people.
In 2005, the Australia TV program Message Stick gave an account of the Pool through interviews and testimonies of witnesses to investigate the prevalence of deaths to young male travellers over the years.

The Devil's Pool is very beautiful though, and if I lived near the Victoria Falls, I'd totally go for it.
A BRAVE Zimbabwean tour guide is presumed dead after plunging 90m into the Victoria Falls while trying to rescue a tourist, police said.
The unnamed man was working for South African tour company, Sunway Safaris, reports said on Sunday.
The man was accompanying several western tourists on the Zambian side of the world’s largest waterfall. Here, tourists swim dangerously close to the tipping point of the falls, only prevented from falling by a slippery, submerged lip of rock.
Only the brave attempt a swim in the aptly named Devil’s Pool – and tour guides are tasked with ensuring their safety.

It was in fulfilling this duty that the tragic tour guide dived into the water to rescue a stranded tourists last Wednesday.
A witness told the Sunday Mail: “The tour guide quickly grabbed the tourist’s hand and successfully pulled him back into the pool but in the process, he slipped and fell into the gorge down below.”
Horrified tourists on either side of the falls witnessed the incident.
Victoria falls guide
It’s a truly awe-inspiring experience – the sight, the sound, the smell; the humbling feeling that here indeed is Nature’s Supreme Masterpiece. No photograph can begin to depict the reality…and nothing prepares you for your first sight.

With Livingstone’s statue, the Main Falls and 70% of the mile-wide view located on the Zimbabwe side this is one of those must-do-in-my-lifetime experiences, and destinations, that always surpasses expectations.
Best viewing is usually between the months of February through July, but be prepared to get wet! The skies above may be blue, but the billowing spray from the Falls spirals high into the air and a torrent comes crashing down. However, viewing the Falls at any time of the year is always spectacular, even just to witness the amazing topography of the Batoka Gorge. The Main Falls are an impressive sight and can be viewed 365 days of the year – from the Zimbabwe side. It’s always a good idea to view the falls from the air in order to appreciate the full perspective. Experience The Flight of Angels in a helicopter or stretch your adventure by taking the flip in a floatplane that takes off and lands on the Zambezi River. Open-sided, this plane offers incredible photo opportunities and is unique to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.
Continue your adventure on the Zambezi by experiencing the wet and wild ride in a jet boat that even creeps right up to the Boiling Pot virtually under the spray of the Falls. White water rafting is also a real adrenaline pump in the lower gorge and the new Victoria Falls Bridge tour offers a historical and informative insight into 100 years of Victorian engineering as well as magnificent views of the falls and the Batoka Gorge.
Surf the Zambezi or combo trip (raft and boogie board).
Experience wild water jet boating in the gorge below the falls.
Full day fishing trip on the Zambezi River. Enjoy your dream River Safari, game viewing by boat throughout the day, and go places Others can’t!
How to book trip to Victoria Falls:-
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Victoria falls location
Victoria Falls is part of two national parks and is considered the largest waterfall in the world. Victoria Falls lays on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe and is about 18 km south of Livingston.
Closer to Johannesburg than Cape Town! Simply a 90-minute flight from Jhb, with daily flights on three expert airlines. Nationwide Airlines flies daily to Livingstone
Airport in Zambia while British Airways and SAA fly daily to Victoria Falls Airport

in Zimbabwe.

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