The Victoria Falls station is a popular starting point for hunting expeditions headed northeast and northwest.
The rest of the expedition had remained at the Victoria Falls.
It is just twenty-five years ago that the old man came to my camp on the Zambesi, some forty-five miles above the Victoria Falls.
It marks the Victoria Falls, and is a landmark for many miles round.
It was to this section of the river that Livingstone gave the name Victoria Falls.
Then the Victoria Falls, larger than Niagara, what mighty electrical power lies stored there!
Hotel accommodation at Victoria Falls was correspondingly high—$5 a day.
The imagination miracles disclose in the Haggard books are surpassed by the actual wonder represented by Victoria Falls.
There was no road to the Victoria Falls then, let alone a railway.
I thought only miners and farmers went to Rhodesia, except a few tourists to the Victoria Falls.