Zimbabwe’s tourist resort Victoria Falls is still a desirable tourist destination in the world according to a German Travel Magazine Geo Fernweh. The Herald reports.
Geo Fernweh ranked Victoria Falls the second top world destination that visitors wish to visit in their lifetime after Zanzibar in the list of 50 most beautiful places in the world.
Said Geo Fernweh in the report that said Victoria Falls is second to Zanzibar only when it comes to desirable world tourist destinations:
There are places that are beautiful and there are landscapes that simply take our breath away: We present 50 dream places worldwide where nature has surpassed itself:
It’s discoverer David Livingstone named the widest waterfall in the world after the British Queen Victoria in 1855. The locals call it “Mosi-oa-Tunya” (“thundering smoke”) and use it to describe the spray of water that rises from the gigantic Victoria Falls and can still be seen 30 kilometres away.
The water masses of the Zambezi, which thunder down a hundred meters here, have been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1989,
This comes barely a week after a US magazine also ranked a Zimbabwean Victoria Falls Hotel one of the world’s top hotels at the most desirable tourist destinations in the world.
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