Victoria Falls touted as the world’s biggest (also dangerous) waterfalls is one dream destination for every traveller and nature lover. Its magnificence, enormity, and the overall jaw-dropping beauty make it one of the most talked about wonders as well as worth seeing in the world.

Resting between the Zambia and Zimbabwe border, Victoria Falls is said to have been spotted by David Livingstone, the Scottish missionary, and explorer, who is also believed to be the first European to have headed there.

But, thanks to National Geographic, one needn’t wait to experience the sheer beauty of this majestic waterfall by heading to Africa, but can now enjoy a stunning 360-degree view in a video shared by the channel on its Facebook page.

Users can now experience the gush of water, the gorgeous canyons, cliffs and narrow gorges.

360° Tour of Victoria Falls: The Canyons BelowTake a 360° flight alongside whitewater rafters through the labyrinth of gorges beneath Victoria Falls—one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world.

Posted by National Geographic on Wednesday, April 6, 2016

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