Walking close to the edge of the Falls, you will experience spray shooting upward. The best place to experience this in when crossing the Knife edge bridge. During the wet season the bottom of the Gorge cannot be seen and some parts of the Falls will also be hidden by the spray. The Lunar rainbow can be seen during the wet season when there is a full moon. September until November is the low water season. During this time there is a clear view of the Falls and the Gorge underneath. You will be able to take a walk on the Falls were some of the rocks are exposed and it is safe to walk through the river. Sometimes the water is low enough to even walk all the way across to Livingstone Island, the place where David Livingstone had his first glimpse of the Falls. This is surely one of the most magnificent views in the area. The best lookout point is on the Knife edge bridge were you will have a clear view of the Main Falls as well as the Boiling Pot where the river turns and heads down to the Batoka Gorge. During the dry season it is safe to walk down to the Boiling Pot to dip your toes in the Zambezi River. Follow the signs to the boiling pot starting at the Falls parking lot. It is quite a steep walk down and the climb back up a little more laborious, but well worked out steps make the trip more bearable. The view from down in the Gorge with the water swirling and crashing onto the rocks is nevertheless worth the climb. When the water is low, you can walk along the lip of the falls to Devils Pool for a tremendous view of the river from the river side ! The Victoria Falls Bridge links Zambia and Zimbabwe. Construction on the bridge was completed in 1905 spanning 198 m in length and 128 m in height. If you are brave enough you can prove your courage on the 111m bungi jump from the bridge. The 360 degree view on the bridge enables you to appreciate the magnificent beauty of the Gorge and the Falls. To get onto the Victoria Falls Bridge you can get a free bridge pass at the Zambian border post.