Victoria Falls Safari Lodge is set high on a plateau, which forms a natural boundary to the unfenced Zambezi National Park, and is just four kilometers from the majestic Victoria Falls themselves. This deluxe 72-roomed African Lodge prides itself on hospitality and food rivaled only by uninterrupted views and magnificent sunsets. Created with a keen eye for detail; hardwoods, thatch, vibrant colors, each bedroom has its own balcony, air-conditioning and modern bathroom. In the Buffalo Bar, Makuwa-Kuwa Restaurant and pool deck you will enjoy not only the wonderful views, but also excellent service from friendly Zimbabwean staff renowned for their warmth and understanding of the needs of international visitors. An on-site waterhole attracts a wide variety of game, including elephants, buffalo, impala and kudu. Partially open to the African skies and sheltered by the indigenous Gusu forest lies the award-winning Boma Restaurant that offers an unique African dining experience. Specializing in a superb selection of traditional Zimbabwean dishes, fish, a variety of game meat and potjiekos (hunter’s stew) - as well as vegetarian meals, diners are invited to sample such ethnic delicacies as deep fried kapenta and groundnuts. Traditional customs, such as local beer tasting and pre-dinner hand washing are observed while Ndebele performers captivate diners with their vibrant and energetic songs and dance. A witchdoctor adds a touch of drama and guests are invited to wile away the evening with the restaurant’s Sangoma - a traditional story teller - to learn more about the country’s folklore, culture and heritage.