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Victoria Falls: Art of Africa | The Citizen
At an elephant camp alongside the Masuwe River, 8km outside Victoria Falls town, something special awaits both locals and tourists looking to delve further into the African roots of Zimbabwe.
The Elephant Wallow is known locally for being the ultimate wedding and event venue, but what makes it so fascinating escape are the elephants who reside there.
Art of Africa have created the perfect adventure for visitors to Victoria Falls who want to take a part of it home with them. Here the visitors create their own souvenir; their own work of art both literally and figuratively.
First comes a brief introduction to the Elephant Wallow and their lead characters. I and the other guests learn their names, where they came from and what not to do. Then we wait for our “meet and greet” on a balcony overlooking the Masuwe River and its beautiful surroundings. Via citizen.co.za
A Top 10 List of Southern Africa’s best destinations
Jessica Macdonald From tawny savannah plains to white sand beaches and snow-dusted mountains, Southern Africa is a place of a thousand different landscapes. Its people are just as diverse, and new experiences wait around every corner. Come face to face with exotic wildlife while on safari in the Okavango Delta or in Kruger National Park,…
1. Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe and Zambia
Known locally as Mosi-oa-Tunya, or The Smoke That Thunders, Victoria Falls is the largest waterfall in the world in terms of volume. During the rainy season, over 500 million litres of water plummet over the edge of the precipice. Located on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, the falls are best viewed from the air, or from one of the viewpoints strategically placed on the edge of the Zambezi River gorge. Here, the spray from the falls is so impressive that you’ll find yourself soaked to the skin in seconds. Via southernafrican.news
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