Boyoma Falls

Formerly Stanley Falls, the Boyoma Falls are seven waterfalls on the Lualaba River in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Lualaba eventually becomes the Congo River. The falls are the largest waterfalls by volume of annual flow rate in the world. They were originally named for Sir Henry Morgan Stanley, the famous Welsh explorer who explored central Africa and found David Livingstone and searched for the source of the Nile.


Latitude: 0.492823789745
Longitude: 25.208078473916