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This is a review from the Tanzania side. The river and falls act as the border between Zambia and Tanzania. The falls are about 2.5-3 hours from Sumbawanga town making the trip out an adventurous day trip. A 4x4 is best as there are some...More
Kalambo Falls is one of those sights of a lifetime. Would especially recommend it if you are already heading the the Lake Tanganyika area or traveling through Mbala. You take a drive through quaint villages and mom I forest before heading down a steep cliff....More
Kalambo Falls are the second highest single drop water fall in Africa, dropping 235 metres into the gorge before finally running into Lake Tanganyika. They are located just on the border between Zambia and Tanzania. Whilst not as spectacular as, for example, Victoria Falls at...More