These small but delightful falls cascading over scattered wall-like rocks, make a pleasant half-day trip from town and are a great picnic spot. Around 7km southwest of Mporokoso, past the district hospital, turn left just before Agric Training Centre, from where it's around 2km to the falls. The road ends on a private farm, so if somebody is home do ask permission to see the falls.
Also known as Chipulwe Falls, these falls lie just off the Luangwa Road. Go for 24km southeast of Mporokoso, turning off east after the Luangwa bridge onto a motorable path for 1km. There's a 500m footpath through cassava fields and banana plantations to these scenic, but not very deep, falls (about 15m drop). They're worth the two-hour trip from Mporokoso.
These falls make for a pleasant outing when combined with Mumbuluma Falls, possibly by having lunch at the former and camping at the latter. To reach them, head west out of Mporokoso on the 28km fair dirt road to Njalamimba. From here, head on 10km to Chandalala, then take the 3km motorable footpath before finally crossing the bridge on foot. The falls themselves are OK, and the views from them down the gorge along the Mukubwe, over the hills and into the pool itself are fabulous.
Mumbuluma Falls III
These falls are surprisingly impressive; surprising, as neither they nor the river that spawns them, the other Luangwa, are well known. They offer good places for camping, too, with no villages nearby. To reach them, head 33km west out of Mporokoso to Angelo village where you should turn and head south for 14km, then west for 4km. From here there's a footpath to the falls across the clearing.