Russian billionaire Dmitry Mazepin has visited the jaw-dropping waterfall, Mosi-oa-Tunya, one of the world’s seventh natural wonder, and has described it as unique.

The visiting Russian billionaire has joined the list of high profile figures and celebrities who continue to make their way to the legendary Victoria Falls.

The business mogul was accompanied by other Russian entrepreneurs and had a chance to have a one hour guided tour of the breathtaking natural wonder.

The businessman who is worth US$3.5 billion dollars according to Forbes said he was enthralled by the breathtaking waterfall adding that he would not mind coming back to the resort destination.

The Russian billionaire disclosed that while there are no plans as of now to invest in the tourism sector he is excited about Zimbabwe’s economic transformation prospects and the efforts by the government to improve the investment climate.

The business tycoon who owns Russia’s largest fertiliser manufacturer, Uralchem, that specialises in mining potash announced plans to forge strategic partnerships in Zimbabwe’s fertiliser processing industry.