Monday, June 15, 2015
Victoria Falls, Zambia
The first white person believed to view Victoria Falls is David Livingstone, a missionary, explorer in 1855. He named the falls after the Queen of England. Victoria Falls is approximately 1700m wide, and varies in height from 80-108 meters and is known as "smoke that thunders". The falls border Zambia and Zimbabwe. Both countries official language is English. The Falls are one of the seven wonders of the world.