· The Falls are 1690m wide
· the highest point it is 103m high (the average height is 92 meters)
. Devils cataract in the Zimbabwe corner is the lowest point and hence has most water cascading over it.
· At the lowest water level (Nov/Dec), there are less than 20 000 cubic meters of water per minute flowing over the Falls
· At peak flood (Feb/April), over 550 000 cubic metres of water per minute pass over the Falls
· The spray can reach 1km high and can be seen over 30km away
· Small islands stand on the lip of the Falls, including Livingstone Island, where David Livingstone first viewed the falls
« All segments except the Eastern Cataract are on the Zimbabwe side
« The Rainforest is sustained by the spray from Victoria Falls, with plant species that are rarely found elsewhere in Zimbabwe or Zambia.