The Boma Restaurant lies adjacent to the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge provides guests with a unique cultural experience. This partly open dining venue is open for dinner 365 days of the year, and guests can use a courtesy shuttle to The Boma from the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge.
The Boma Restaurant serves traditional Zimbabwean dishes in the form of a set four-course meal including a substantial barbeque buffet. The more adventurous traveller can try some Mopani worms or game stews, and the restaurant is renowned for its warthog fillet.
Guests are welcomed to this unique dining venue with traditional greetings and are dressed in indigenous robes. Diners then partake in a hand washing ceremony before enjoying some traditional beer and snacks. During dinner, entertainment is provided by Amakwezi traditional dancers, a local story teller, and a witchdoctor and after dinner guests can partake in an interactive drumming experience. The Boma Shop sells pots, shirts, traditional robes, caps and CDs as mementoes.
The MaKuwa-Kuwa is an award-winning split-level restaurant with stunning views over the waterhole. The open-plan Buffalo Bar lies beneath the MaKuwa-Kuwa Restaurant and serves all-day refreshments and snacks. The restaurant is open for breakfasts, lunches and dinners 365 days of the year and reservations are essential.
The a la carte menu serves international cuisine with an African twist. Resident acapella performers accompany the excellent food.