In the 1800s, the Kokolo tribe called Victoria Falls "Mosi-oa-Tunya," the smoke that thunders. That's still an apt description for the awe-inspiring waterfall that plummets over basalt cliffs along the Zambian border. Taxis and minibuses regularly run between Livingstone and the falls, which can be seen from bridges along the spray-drenched top or from "The Boiling Pot" at the bottom. Nearby are a Mukuni tribal village and a game park with giraffe, antelope and white rhinos.
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هل تريد توفير ما يصل إلى 30% في فندق Victoria Falls؟