The Experience

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, featuring specialities such as smoked crocodile tail, followed by soup from the campfire, before a braai (barbecue) buffet, which includes warthog steak, Zambezi bream, as well as an extensive salad bar, and finally a smorgasbord of delectable desserts.

Timeline of Events
The Boma Dinner Dancer

6.45pm Traditional dancers welcome you as you enter The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show

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8pm During dinner – traditional dancing – enjoy the captivating performance while you dine!

The Boma Dinner Children Drums

8.45pm – Interactive drumming show – let go of your inhibitions and join in with your djembe drum!

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9.30pm – Acapella singers – let our singers serenade you at your table.

Optional throughout the evening: Face painting – Eat a mopane worm – Hair braiding, $1 for a few braids, $10 for complete braids – Fortune Teller $1 – The Boma Man tableside cocktail $4 – Curio vending from as low as $1

Rates

US$45 per person excluding drinks

Children 3–11 years pay 50%