Despite the inconveniences, he was fascinated by the beauty of the falls.
In 1857 Livingstone wrote that no one in England can even imagine the beauty of this scene.
Religious Livingstone also wrote that most probably angels are admiring the scenery while flying nearby.
He was accompanied by soldiers but only two of them took the risk of approaching the waterfalls with Livingstone.
No wonder that the local tribes used to call the waterfall Mosi-o-Tunya “The smoke that thunders”.
Scottish missionary and famous explorer of Africa David Livingstone (1813-1873) named it after Queen Victoria.
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For centuries local African tribes had a sacral fear from the waterfall.
The waterfall was hardly visited by people up until 1905, when a railway to Bulawayo was constructed.