November 30, 2020

The Mighty African Jewel

A trip to Africa should take you to the world’s largest waterfall located in the heart of southern Africa. On the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe lies the majestic Zambezi River; the gateway to the stunning natural sight that is Victoria Falls. Deservingly, it is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, and here, you will get more than you could expect. From thrilling water-themes activities to scenic spots featuring wildlife.

There is always something exciting happening at these falls. Whether you choose an aerial view from a beautiful helicopter ride, a side view from a tourist viewing spot, or a breathtaking up-close view; this waterfall is majestic from all angles.

A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Victoria Falls and the rainforest surrounding it have been recognized to have outstanding universal value. This makes the area a UNESCO world heritage site. One of the reasons why that is the central falls form the highest, most expansive sheet of continually falling water in the world. This is twice as high as Niagara Falls. The force of the water as it thunders down to the gorge sends water spraying back into the air covering everything is a white mist. This ‘smoke’ is visible from up to 50 km away.

This scenic site could bless you with a once in a lifetime lunar rainbow during the full moon. The moon-bow appears between March, and May when water particles in the air refract light. Make sure you arrive during the first hour of the three hours it will be open on full moon nights to get the best experience.

Adrenaline- Filled Activities

If you love the feeling of adrenaline coursing through your veins, then be sure to sign up for all the water-themes activities. The most famous activity is the 111m/364ft bungee jump from the bridge above the falls into the gorge. This is an activity for the brave as it will spike your adrenaline levels, forming an unforgettable memory.

White-water rafting is also popular and available around the end of August to December when water levels are lower and therefore safer. Swimming is also available during the low-water months. Cross the old iron bridge to the Zambian side of the Victoria Falls for a swim in Devil’s Pool. It is the world’s most spectacular and natural infinity pool. You can also experience a fun gorge swing flying fox and zip line over Batoka Gorge.

Wildlife

Finally, make sure that you treat yourself to the spectacular wildlife at Victoria Falls National Park, Zambezi National Park, and Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park.  Each of these parks offers easy access to the falls and offer a wealth of wildlife-watching opportunities. If these spots ignite a taste for more, sign up for a day trip to Hwange National Park. It is the largest national park in Zimbabwe and home to giant elephant and buffalo herds.

Flight of Angels

The perfect way to end your trip is by taking part in the flight of angels. This is a helicopter ride around the great falls offering an aerial perspective of the sight. Gently hovering above the falls and the dramatic landscape will be a breathtaking experience for all.

Fantastic places to visit in Morocco within your affordability

Morocco has a lot to offer to people all around the world. This great country speaks about the rich ancient Arabic culture and allows every day of travel to experience amazing beaches, mountains, and the activities thereon. If you are among the ones, who want to discover with beautiful Atlantic coast country and enjoy a local or relax under the sun at any whitewashed seaside town of the country, Morocco certainly has a lot to offer you. The government is diverse and colorful and has fantastic destinations that attract tourists from all around the world. Latest now discuss some of the best places that you may visit on a trip to Morocco.

Leg Zira beach

This fabulous beach side town is located south of the Agadir leg Zira beach and is rightfully known as the unique beach side resort amidst the country’s gigantic sea arches. The archers practically glow with the golden hues of sunset, thereby giving a charming and picturesque view. If you are a parrot seller or a hang glider, you would undoubtedly love to visit or sit and enjoy the spectacular scenery around.

Casablanca

Morocco is not a dreamy enchanting country that it supposedly was a few years ago. Today the country has become a trading powerhouse, and Casablanca is the most popular port city that makes it the hub of economic up rise in Morocco. However, Casablanca still has to offer the old downtown look and ordinate Moorish culture two people who love to kill ideas infused with styles in shapes of European culture. If you had any phone was towards the black and white era of movies, you will know that the famous Rick’s cafe bar has terrific drinks to offer you here.

Meknes

Being one of the most important imperial cities of Morocco, Meknes is a close associate of Sultan Moulay Ismail. This town speaks a lot about the unique and lavish Spanish-Moorish culture that is surrounded by great gates and high walls. It is an imperial city that has great historical significance and memorable sites of monuments that also resembles the Roman ruins of Velu Ballas.

Chef Chauhan

It is just not a blue city with unique blue shades of buildings situated towards North-Western Morocco, has extraordinary Heritage that you must be aware of. Shiv Chauhan is a popular tourist destination that encompasses impressive mountains and a narrow labyrinth of Hyde plazas and lanes. The town is terrific, thereby providing new photographic opportunities at every corner and is nothing less than a shopper’s Paradise with rich handicrafts and wooden blankets found in plenty. You can also indulge in the traditional Kaz buns if you are in this place.

Morocco is a beautiful desert Paradise that should be a part of every traveler’s itinerary. It is the culture and the people of the country that give you a fantastic holiday experience that you will cherish for your entire lifetime. This is the reason why you must make your plans for your next Morocco towards right away.