Featuring a rarely seen phenomenon called "moonbow", a rainbow seen at night, which is a signature of Victoria Falls, located on the Zambezi River bordering Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Named in honor of Queen Victoria of Britain when discovered by the Scottish missionary and explorer, David Livingstone, Victoria Fall is the world’s largest waterfall with a width of 5604 feet and height of 354 feet.
In Lozi, it is called Mosi-oa-Tunya, "the Smoke That Thunders”, or Seongo or Chongwe, the "Place of Rainbow”. From its constant spray, rainbows are commonly seen. At full moon, one can see the phenomenon of “moonbow”.