Type: Single-drop waterfall
Number of Drops: 1
Width: 3.5m - 18m
Height: 235 m
Watercourse: Kalambo river
The Kalambo Falls is the highest waterfalls in both Zambia and Tanzania and is the second highest waterfalls in Africa. Kalambo Falls is also considered one of the most important archaeological sites in Africa, with occupation spanning over 447,000 years. In 2023, archaeologists announced the discovery of wooden structures estimated to be 476,000 years old at the falls, predating Homo sapiens.

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