The Zambezi River, which defines the border between the southern part of the continent that is drawn to European ideals and the “real Africa” north of it, creates a huge zig-zag tectonic crack right in the middle of the relatively even terrain of Zambia and Zimbabwe. It’s a real wonder of nature in the form of the widest waterfalls in the world, the Victoria Falls. The classical hotels on both sides of the border offer the taste of the old colonial times. Ask as about how wide the falls is and when it has water. The nearby services include romantic river cruises, safari in the neighboring national parks, walking safaris to meet rhinos. Visit the Livingstone Island to have a traditional English tea. Go to Devils Pool and Angels Pool where you will find yourself right next to an over a hundred meters tall cliff and the edge of the falls. Take a helicopter ride.