Accommodation at iKhamanga cultural village is provided in several large communal rondavels (traditional mud and thatch round houses) that can sleep up to 40 people, making them ideal for school groups and large hiking parties. Smaller rondavels are available for teachers and group leaders. All meals are provided by the locals who cook traditional food in large cast iron potjie pots. Visitors can learn all about Xhosa culture and join in with the locals as they sing and dance. A visit from a trained herbalist in full traditional dress can also be arranged. for more details and photos please visit the website (see below).
Ikhamanga Cultural Village
Located in Kei Mouth