In October 2015, the production team of AirPano went to the Victoria Waterfall to capture the spectacular scenery of the waterfall canyon. The water level in the Zambezi river was rather low, so the waterfall canyon was partly dry. But that was exactly what the photographers needed: at this time of year one can walk on foot to the small island of Livingstone and get into the Devil's Pool.
Long ago when the discoverer David Livingstone first saw the waterfall from a distance, some say, he mistook it for a fire in savannah. This phenomenon occurs when the water falls from the height of one hundred meters, it splits into thousands of drops that create giant clouds that can be seen from a distance of many kilometres. The locals call it ‘Mosi Oa Tunya' which means ‘Thundering smoke'.
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