National Geographic Releases Amazing 360-Degree Video of Victoria Falls

National Geographic Releases Amazing 360-Degree Video of Victoria Falls

The video takes viewers to the edge of Victoria Falls, a UNESCO World Heritage Site situated between Zambia and Zimbabwe in southern Africa. The waterfall is about 5,600 feet wide.
When viewed on a mobile device pan and tilt your device to immerse yourself in the full experience. On a desktop, use your mouse to explore the video.


Straddling the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, this legendary waterfall is among the biggest and most awe-inspiring on the planet. Take a 360° ride over the jaw-dropping cliffs at Victoria Falls.

Posted by National Geographic on Sunday, April 3, 2016

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