Victoria Falls Activities

Cultural Activities

 

Boma – 2 hours

The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show, located at the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, is a legendary dining and entertainment experience that offers an unforgettable fusion of mouth-watering local cuisine, energetic dance performances, interactive drumming and traditional storytelling.

The four-course meal includes a delicious platter of starters, soup from the campfire, a braai (barbecue) buffet, followed by a selection of desserts.

Dusty Road – 2 hours

Dusty Road is a traditional Zimbabwean restaurant situated in the bustling heart of Chinotimba, the largest and oldest township in Victoria Falls, just 2km from the centre of town and next to the 24-hour clinic.

The food is cooked the Zimbabwean way, on open fires and in cast iron pots and ovens, giving you an authentic, wholesome and tasty food experience.

The Dusty Road style is cheerful, earthy, soulful and funky with a true purpose at its core – The welfare of women, female empowerment and the awareness of Zimbabwean culture.

Historical Bridge Tour

Journey through over 100 years in time, as your guides share the history of this remarkable structure, from it’s design and initial prefabrication in England, to its construction in Africa. Walk the catwalks below the bridge, an area that is normally closed to the public, and enjoy unique views of the Falls, the Zambezi river and the Batoka Gorge. You might even see someone bungee jump from the platform above you!

High Tea at Vic Falls Hotel – 2 hours

Victoria Falls Hotel high tea is served daily between 15:00 – 18:00.  Bookings are not required, although it is probably best to check availability beforehand. At a price of US$30, a couple can enjoy a range of mouth-watering treats, served on an array of silverware, bone china, and vintage cutlery & crockery. Relax and enjoy the exceptional service from the friendly hotel staff and magnificent view of the Victoria Falls bridge across to Zambia.

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