Enjoy an unforgettable evening at The Boma Dinner and Drum Show in Victoria Falls with a delicious 4 course traditional dinner followed by an interactive African drumming experience.
On arrival at the boma you will be presented with a traditional robe to get you into the mood. Prepare to be immersed in the vibrant atmosphere. Aromas of local dishes and game meat on the barbeque fill the restaurant. The Boma is partially open to the African skies and offers a unique experience. Your senses will be bombarded with the tastes, sights, sounds and smells of Africa. Enjoy the warmth and hospitality of Zimbabwe and it’s people. Once seated, you are invited to take part in a hand washing ceremony and to taste the local brew, before the four-course feast begins.
The food at the Boma is cooked and served in the style and quantity of a lavish traditional feast.
For something fun: Eating a dried Mopane Worm has become a tradition at the Boma. If you are brave enough to eat one you will receive a certificate to prove it.
After dinner the real fun begins. You will be treated to an interactive traditional African drum show. You will witness outstanding performances by traditional singers and dancers. The Boma Dinner and Drum show has become a must do activity when visiting Victoria Falls. This is a fun evening you will never forget.
Victoria Falls Lodges and Hotels
Pick up from the Hotel by 18:30 PM
Approximately 10:00 PM
.Interactive drum show
.4 course traditional dinner
.Transfers from Victoria Falls based hotels
.Drinks and Gratuities
.Items of personal nature
The Boma is open for dinner daily from 7pm, and we recommend that you are seated no later than 7.15pm so that you do not miss out on any part of this fun-filled African extravaganza.
Entertainment The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show is non-stop entertainment from the moment you are ceremoniously dressed in your “chitenge” (sarong), to the traditional dance performances, face painting, a fortune teller and more, to the renowned interactive drumming show.
Dining The four-course feast begins with a shared starter platter followed by soup from the campfire, a selection of salads and vegetarian dishes, a braai (barbecue) buffet featuring game meats and stews, and an array of desserts.
Timeline of Events 6.45pm– Traditional dancers welcome you as you enter The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show
8pm– During dinner – traditional dancing – enjoy the captivating performance while you dine!
8.45pm – Interactive drumming show – let go of your inhibitions and join in with your djembe drum! 9.30pm – Acapella singers – let our singers serenade you at your table.
Optional extras throughout the evening: face painting – eat a mopane worm – hair braiding – fortune teller – The Boma man tableside cocktail – curio sellers