The drought that ravaged Zimbabwe in 2019 has raised serious concerns over the effects of climate changes on the country’s biggest tourist attraction The Standard reports.
Victoria Falls water levels reached an all-time low in 2019, a development that has raised some serious concerns as visitors have reportedly declined according to the craft vendor who spoke to the publication:
In previous years, when it gets dry, it’s not to this extent. This (is) our first experience of seeing it like this It affects us, because… clients … can see on the Internet (that the falls are low) …. We don’t have so many tourists.
A hashtag it’s not dry on twitter has started but it has done nothing to quell the videos that are circulating showing the falls.
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