Victoria Falls National Park is northwest of Zimbabwe protects the south and east banks of the Zambeze River in the area of ??the famous Victoria Falls.
A notable feature of the park is the jungle that grows near the foam of the falls, which includes ferns, palm trees, vines of vines, and several trees such as mahogany that is not seen elsewhere in the region.
Visitors have the possibility to see elephants, Cape buffalo, white rhinos, hippos, elk and various types of antelopes during safaris by car or walking. Crocodiles can be seen in the river, and a nearby crocodile ranch offers a safer view of these dangerous animals.
Victoria Falls is 1,700 meters long and can be grouped into 5 waterfalls: Devils Cataract, Main Falls, Horseshoe Falls, Rainbow Falls and Eastern Cataract. Its waterfalls have a height that ranges between 70 and 108 meters and, during the rainy season, reach a flow of 550 million liters per minute