Vacation adventure: tip-toe on a waterfall

Victoria Falls (located in Zimbabwe, for those of you who are bad at geography...like me), is approx. 400 feet high and forms the largest sheet of falling water in the world. Yet despite this massive fact, there is an area called Devil's Pool where, in September and December, people can swim right up to the edge of the falls without falling over, thanks to a natural rock wall just below the edge there.

I'm honestly getting a little jittery just looking at these photos, but wouldn't it be so amazing to perch atop the biggest waterfall in the world? This would certainly top my past ventures of skydiving, bungee jumping, Dead Sea floating and glacier hiking (or chilling in my house, which you're more likely to find me doing these days). :)

Originally seen on A Cup of Jo.