Travel This video of people swimming to the edge of a 338-foot waterfall in Zambia is going viral

17:52  10 november  2017
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Video . Swim to the edge of this 338 - foot waterfall in Zambia . Meranda Yslas and Abby Narishkin.

Would you swim to the edge of a 338 - foot waterfall ? INSIDERVerified account @thisisinsider 1 hour ago. Devil's Pool sits on the edge of Victoria Falls in Zambia . Between the months of September and December, swimmers can float to the edge when the water is at its lowest.

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This death-defying pool at the edge of a giant waterfall isn't called the Devil's Pool for nothing. Located at Victoria Falls in Zambia, the natural infinity pool overlooks a 338-foot drop.

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× People are hanging off the edge of a 300- foot waterfall in Zambia . Videos courtesy of CJK Visuals, @mariazul, and @rowanvdgugten. Follow INSIDER Travel on Facebook Follow INSIDER on YouTube.

Swim to the edge of this 338 - foot waterfall in Zambia . Rating is available when the video has been rented. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Published on Nov 9, 2017.

With a whopping 10 million views on Facebook, this thrilling attraction is captivating daredevils all over the world.

The Devil's Pool is unique because a naturally-formed rock wall allows visitors to safely swim to the ledge of the waterfall without falling, but that doesn't mean it's not terrifying.

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