Victoria Falls is the first place that comes to mind when someone mentions both Zambia and Zimbabwe since it lays on the border between these African countries. The majority of other Zimbabwean waterfalls are overshadowed by Victoria’s size and beauty, but these three definitely deserve more attention.
Located inside the breathtaking Nyanga National Park, Mutarazi Falls is Africa’s second-highest waterfall. One of its biggest hits with the tourists is Mutarazi Falls Skyline and Skywalk, which offers a suspension bridge with breathtaking views and one of the world’s highest zip lines.
Mutarazi Fall may be Nyanga National Park’s most impressive waterfall, but it’s not the only one. If you’re in the mood for a more low-key experience, head to Nyangombe Falls with a natural swimming pool on the western side of the national park.
Bridal Veil Falls
If you enjoy discovering remote and hidden places that most other people don’t get to see, head to Zimbabwe’s Chimanimani National Park. It’s home to beautiful Bridal Veil Fall with a stunning plunge pool known as Tessa’s Pool.