On the very edge of Victoria Falls on the Zambia side, sits the Devil’s Pool. We were there in December, one of two months where the water level is low enough to allow accessibility to this spot. Getting there was a challenge on its own – crossing over parts of the river just 20 meters up from where it falls into the gorge. The Zambian teen who guided our hike, demonstrated the “safety” of swimming there by diving into the river and allowing the current to drag him all the way to the edge. The natural rock wall just below the water and at the very edge of the falls stopped his progress despite the current. Good enough for us – we all jumped in and enjoyed one of the cooler places we’d ever been to.