A typical African traditional festival. Here you are taken back into an era of by gone splendour and graciousness. Your senses will be heightened by sounds, smells and sights that only Africa can produce.

The setting is amongst two major historical sites in Victoria Falls. First is the railway station that saw the arrival of the maiden steam train on the 24th of April 1904. Second is the grand Victoria Falls Hotel, built for the purpose of accommodating engineers working on the famous Zambezi bridge.

After  a  warm    greeting  by  senior  Ndebele warriors,  you are  escorted  into  the  dining  site. Liveried  waiters  are ready to serve you  our  specially concocted  hot  spiced  wine  in  winter, iced Amarula  cocktail in summer,  or  drinks  of  your  choice.  Warm  yourselves  up  around  the  many  fire buckets – “mbawuras” in the local language,  surrounding  the  eating area. Hand  made  African  fabrics ,crockery  and  carvings, complimented  by  teak  furniture and canvas dining chairs,  will  enchant  even  the  most  jaded  of  travellers.  Ethnic snacks are set on the tables –  matemba, mopani worms , ground nuts, for guests to try.   The Zambezi marimba band begins to play, gently harmonising the start of the dinner.

Dinner  is  served  at  the  open  style  buffet  in  the  traditional  way.  Foods are all freshly prepared  and  stylishly  presented. Game  meat  in  various  forms  can  be sampled ,hunters  pot  of  the  day  is  always  recommended,  and  for  the  less  adventurous, Zimbabwean vegetarian  dishes  will  delight  all.

After dessert, sit back relax and enjoy a show of traditional dancers to the beat of drums and haunting lyrics of songs that have been sung and performed over hundreds of years.

You  will  be  sharing  more  than  just  our  famous  African  hospitality  you  would  share  with  us  an  experience never  to  be  forgotten….

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