Zimbabwe’s north western border with Zambia is separated by the Zambezi River which flows sluggishly over a level plateau, thick with riverine bush. Victoria Falls, one of the world’s most spectacular and awe-inspiring waterfalls, is Zimbabwe’s most famous World Heritage Site. Travelers from all over the world journey to these falls to experience the majestic power first hand. Various adrenaline sports are on offer as well as unmatched scenery of breathtaking proportions, astonishing Zambezi sunsets, and many other leisure options to engage the outdoor connoisseur. Zimbabwe is also home to a number of ancient ruined cities built in a very unique dry stone style, which is unusual in Africa. From the grand falls to the local wildlife, Zimbabwe offers a range of excitement for the exploratory traveler.