Next broadcast Jul 15, 13:00
In 1855, the Scottish explorer David Livingstone named the Victoria Falls after his reigning queen. However, the Kalolo-Lozi people had their own name for it: Mosi-oa-Tunya, “the smoke that thunders”.
Staring down into the depths of the mighty Zambezi River from the top of the world’s largest waterfall, the Victoria Falls, world-class divers Orlando Duque and Jonathan Paredes prepare for the most challenging dive of their lives.
Be part of their adventure as they dive into the largest waterfall in the world in The Smoke that Thunders, available on Nautical Channel.