Victoria Falls National Park is located in the northwestern part of Zimbabwe and is home to the world’s largest waterfall at a height of 108 m (355 feet), stretching across 1,708 m (5,604 feet).
Due to its remarkable natural beauty and cultural significance, the Victoria Falls was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1989 and is one of the seven natural wonders of the world.
The park covers an area of about 23.4km2 and has a dense rainforest which is watered by the spray from the Falls. The source of the mighty Falls is the Zambezi River that flows 2,700km through six countries on its journey from its source in north-western Zambia to the Indian Ocean.
On the very odd occasion, one may spot a leopard but the area is mainly populated by baboons, warthogs and monkeys. The vegetation includes ferns, palms, liana vines and mahogany.