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Devil’s Pool – Victoria Waterfall

Devil’s pool is a bathing ground on the edge of the world’s highest waterfall Victoria. This entertainment is suitable for those who like to feel the adrenaline in the blood. After all, the height of this site is 120 meters, which is equal to the height of a 40-storey house.

What country is the waterfall in? Zimbabwe is a country in Africa, generously gifted by nature, where you can visit the magnificent Victoria Falls, whose waters fall from a height of about 120 meters.

Victoria Falls is located on the Zambezi River, which shakes all the neighborhood with its rushing streams.

Devil's Pool - Victoria Waterfall

Who discovered Victoria Falls? The discovery of the waterfall belongs to the Scottish explorer David Livingstone, who visited the waterfall in 1855, he named it after Queen Victoria. Among the indigenous people of these places, the falls were known as ‘The Trembling Smoke’.

Devil’s pool is Victoria Falls. In the rocks of the grandiose waterfall, natural forces dug the most incredible basin on Earth. The waters of the Zambezi River have washed a natural depression at a huge height, creating an unforgettable natural attraction for tourists from around the world called the Devil’s Font.

The Devil’s Poil is located at the very edge of the waterfall. It is separated from the cliff only a few meters. It is a hole and a half a meter and a half and a depth of three meters.

Devil's Pool - Victoria Waterfall


Between September and December, crowds of tourists rush here, climbing the rock to get incredible sensations from the contact with the majestic forces of nature. In this place, you can get as close as possible to the edge of the largest waterfall in the world.

Swimmers of this font can swim peacefully at the very edge of the abyss. A natural mountain ledge stops the flow and prevents swimmers from being overwhelmed by the waters at the edge of the waterfall.

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