Lesedi Cultural Village

Discount is only for booking 2 or more people.

R1,800.00

Description

Africa is known for its colourful cultural practices each unique in its own way. South Africa is no exception as the most multicultural and multiracial country in Africa hence the name “Rainbow Nation”.

Lesedi means “light” in the BaSotho language. Lesedi Cultural village Africans showcase their culture through their traditional practices, attire, food and art. Discover educational half day tour at Lesedi Cultural Village where you will be blown off by the diverse glorious cultures of Zulus, Ndebeles, Xhosas, Pedis and BaSotho origin.

Enjoy exhibition of tribal dancing, explore the African cuisine with a feast of traditional dishes at Nyama Choma restaurant. If you want to get an idea of traditional South African cultures, then Lesedi Cultural Village less than an hour drive North of Johannesburg is a perfect outing.

Description

Africa is known for its colourful cultural practices each unique in its own way. South Africa is no exception as the most multicultural and multiracial country in Africa hence the name “Rainbow Nation”.

Lesedi means “light” in the BaSotho language. Lesedi Cultural village Africans showcase their culture through their traditional practices, attire, food and art. Discover educational half day tour at Lesedi Cultural Village where you will be blown off by the diverse glorious cultures of Zulus, Ndebeles, Xhosas, Pedis and BaSotho origin.

Enjoy exhibition of tribal dancing, explore the African cuisine with a feast of traditional dishes at Nyama Choma restaurant. If you want to get an idea of traditional South African cultures, then Lesedi Cultural Village less than an hour drive North of Johannesburg is a perfect outing.

Experience 5 different African cultures
Traditional dance acts
Authentic Music
African feast at Nyama Choma restaurant

We can fetch you from your current location and take you back. (Terms and conditions apply)

The tour starts by collection from your hotel or place of residence. Visit five traditional homes of the Xhosa, Zulu, Sotho, Ndebele and Pedi and experience how these people live in their community according to their tribal folklore and traditions. Listen to traditional music and watch some traditional dancing. Music and dancing is all Africans way of life. You might actually learn a thing or two. After the music and dance you can retire to the Nyama Choma restaurant and tease your taste buds with the taste of Africa divided in three: North Africa, East Africa and South Africa. This is Africa in one.