Victoria Falls

A forceful waterfall named after Queen Victoria, who visited in 1877, the Victoria Falls lie on the course of Abhainn Garbhaig, in the Slattadale Forest (Highland) on the southern shore of Loch Maree. The falls are easily accessed from the A832 road.

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