On the edge of Victoria Falls
Watch this video of us swimming out to the edge of Victoria Falls, a 2 km wide sheet of water, the biggest in the world, looking down the 100 m drop behind us. It was a fantastic experience, like sitting in the ultimate infinity pool, except going over the edge here would mean certain death. The exhilarating feeling of danger was intensified by the current and the roaring sound of water falling down into the churning chasm right behind us. Still we felt reasonably safe. Our greatest fear was for our guide, who quickly jumped up on the edge, and walked almost casually across it’s slippery rocks inches from the abyss, filming us with our GoPro.