On the Zambezi River, close to the borders of Zimbabwe and Zambia, lies a waterfall known as Victoria Falls. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the biggest and most impressive waterfalls in the entire world. The Zambezi Gorge is below the falls, which are around 1.7 kilometers (1.1 miles) broad and plummet 108 meters (354 feet). The falls are renowned for the enormous volume of water that cascades over them, especially during the rainy season when the mist produced by the cascading water causes them to seem like a “smoke.” The falls are referred to as “Mosi-oa-Tunya” by the locals, which translates to “The Smoke That Thunders.” Visitors may participate in activities and watch the falls from both the Zambian and Zimbabwean sides. Guests may engage in sports like bungee jumping, rafting, and helicopter excursions to get a fresh view on the falls.