This is one of the wonders of the world. The falls are most impressive when they are in flood at the end of the rainy season (March and April) when up to 550 million litres of water per minute rush over the edge. The massive cascade is 100 metres high and 1,7 kilometres wide, and it creates a massive cloud of spray visible for 30 kilometres. The falls can be photographed from the air, from below in the boiling pot and also from Livingstone Island which is right on the lip of the fall.
An interesting option is also to photograph it at night when the full moon creates a spectacular rainbow above the falls.