Victoria Falls definitely not dry

There were numerous false reports in the news recently stating that the world famous Victoria Falls had dried up completely. Somehow these reports were accompanied by photographs showing no water flow at all. We were on a safari recently and spend two days in the area and viewed the falls both from the ground and some of the clients did a helicopter flight as well. From this photograph it is clear that although the water level might be low which is normal for this time of the year, it is definitely not dry. In low season it is better to view the falls from the Zimbabwean side and there is an agreement between Zimbabwe and Zambia that if you stay on the Zambian side you can cross the border and view the falls from the other side without having to buy an entry visa. The great thing about low water is that you can visit the famous Devil’s Pool on the Zambian side. Whether you visit in high or low water season a visit to this UNESCO World Heritage site is something that you will never forget. 

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