The Victoria Falls National Park was included on the World Heritage list in 1989. The park comprises the left bank of the Zambezi River above the eastern half of Victoria Falls themselves, and a series of deep gorges below the falls.
The falls are the most significant feature of the park, and in February or March when the Zambezi is usually in full flood they form the largest curtain of falling water in the world. During these months over 500 million litres of water go over the falls per minute. The falls are 1708m wide and drop 99m at Rainbow Falls in Zambia. At low water in November the flow can be reduced to around 10 million litres per minute and the river is divided into a series of braided channels that descend in many separate falls.
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