Lumangwe Falls is situated on the Kalungwishi River in northern Zambia. It is the largest waterfall, which is wholly located within the borders of the country (Victoria Falls, or Mosi-oa-Tunya, the best known waterfall is situated at the border with Zimbabwe).

The magnificent waterfall is roughly between 30-40m tall, spanning a width of around 160m. The falls nourish a small rain forest on the Kalungwishi River.

A visit to this awe inspiring place is a must to view the spectacular natural beauty.

Lumangwe Falls, Zambia, in the dry season (September-October). Photo: Shula/Wiki media

Lumangwe Falls, Zambia, in the dry season (September-October). Photo: Shula/Wiki media

 

The majestic is situated on the Kalungwishi River Lumangwe Falls: Photo: josephchisunka/Flickr

The majestic is situated on the Kalungwishi River Lumangwe Falls: Photo: josephchisunka/Flickr

 

A section of the massive cataract that makes up these impressive falls Photo: ANP

A section of the massive cataract that makes up these impressive falls Photo: ANP