Zimbabwean Arts and Culture at The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show, Victoria Falls


This summer, those travelling to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, cannot miss a trip to five-star safari lodge provider, Africa Albida Tourism’s (AAT) much-loved The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show, where they can experience exciting new offerings at this renowned, interactive dining experience. Popular with both guests and Victoria Falls locals, The Boma is more than just a place to eat; it is a complete dining and entertainment experience, and is the perfect place for families and friends to gather for dinner. Welcoming more than one million guests since it opened in 1992, this year the much-loved Boma has been rejuvenated to offer an uplifting local experience, keeping it a firm favourite of the Victoria Falls experience.

 The Boma’s food offering has been fine-tuned under the guidance of South African celebrity chef, Arnold Tanzer, whilst its famous entertainment has been enhanced to create a truly multi-sensory evening, featuring energetic dancing, lively songs, story-telling, face painting, and an incredible interactive drumming show. The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show has long since been a celebration of Zimbabwe that diners flock to for an immersive evening, and now guests can learn even more about the Zimbabwean culture and fully enter into the African way of life.


With the help of Chef Tanzer, the dedicated culinary team at The Boma have refined their delicious four-course meal that encourages diners to eat like a local and try something new, with a mouth-watering platter of starters, soup from the campfire, a typical Zimbabwean braai, and traditional delicacies such as warthog steak, Zambezi bream and, for the more daring – mopane worms, as well as vegetarian offerings. Serving the local food up on platters, The Boma truly plays on what Africa is known for – hospitality and generosity. The whole Boma experience is based on sharing and enjoying time together, as well as joining in the entertainment and celebration as much as possible.

Having enjoyed an exciting evening and satisfied the taste buds, guests can continue their African Adventure by staying in the heart of Victoria Falls, whether at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, Safari Club, or Safari Suites. With breath-taking views across the plains, luxurious bedrooms, and five-star service, Africa Albida Tourism’s accommodation offerings are number one choice for guests looking to capture the very essence of Africa. One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, Victoria Falls is widely known as not only a stunning spectacle but an adventure capital, and visitors are encouraged to make the most of everything on offer, from white water rafting to sunset cruises on the Zambezi River and more.

This summer, Africa Albida Tourism invites guests to discover The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show with the whole family, so adults and children alike can make the most of the exceptional entertainment on offer, from artistic craft activities to local music and dancing that runs late into the night. Every evening at The Boma is based around combining fantastic local food with traditional entertainment, to evoke the sentiment of a true Zimbabwean evening, bringing guests together in celebration.

Nightly rates at Victoria Falls Safari Club start from US$265/£197 per person sharing a Club Room per night on a Bed and Breakfast basis in High Season 2016 (1 July to 31 Dec 2016), and US$248/£185 per person sharing per night on a Bed and Breakfast basis in Green Season 2017 (1 Jan to 30 June 2017).

 *Prices in Pound Sterling are according to today’s exchange rate.


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