Greetings, we have been inundated with clients concerned about recent reports regarding Victoria Falls running dry. The simple fact is that during the months of September to early December we see a NATURAL decline in water flowing over the falls due to our annual dry season (April – November). Some years the decline is more than others and this is one of those years.
IT HAS NEVER DRIED UP, EVER.
I have just come back and these are recent pics taken plus a video by the residents and operators.
The Vic Falls is dry lie has been used to stoke up global climate change fears. I am not saying that climate change is not an issue but as I sit here in my office currently enduring a solid week of rain, I am not concerned about low water issues..
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It is stunning up there right now, green and lush, Victoria Falls has risen by 10cm in the last few days, this is a huge amount of water considering the 2km span of this natural Wonder Of The World. The water will keep on rising until its peak around May/June and guess what, it will start to decline again… nature.
Director: The Maplanga Africa Group