Imagine trekking through the forest of a landlocked country, when suddenly the unmistakable roar of crashing water meets your ears. An opening in the greenery gives way to an over 5,000 foot wide sheet of falling water. This is Victoria Falls and this is Zimbabwe. Victoria Falls National Park is one of the “Seven Wonders of the World,” and it does not disappoint. Visitors have dozens of options of how to best view the falls, from helicopter tours to rafting. But the Cataract Viewpoint provides possibly the most unique, as it lets visitors travel down dozens of feet for an upward perspective on this natural wonder. After taking in the landscape, experience Zimbabwe’s incredibly diverse animal inhabitants at the Hwange National Park. Here, you’ll find over 100 types of animals. It’ll be hard to miss the parks most numerous inhabitant: the elephant. It’s estimated that around 30,000 elephants call it home. The sights and sounds of Zimbabwe are all larger-than-life, and are sure to leave larger-than-life lasting memories for all who visit.