The neighbouring countries Zambia and Zimbabwe share the world famous Victoria Falls also known as “Mosy-oa-Tunya” with a width of 1708 metres and a height of 108 metres, resulting in the world’s largest sheet of falling water. Both countries however also offer a vast and beautiful landscape with many national parks, to name a few: Kufue National Park,   South Luangwa National Park and Hwange National Park. For the adventurous traveller the towns Victoria Falls and Livingstone have many activities on offer: explore the Falls, ride elephants, walk with lions, take part in white water rafting or bungee jump 111 metres from the Victoria Falls Bridge.