Welcome to !Khwa ttu on SA-Venues.com, offering accommodation in Yzerfontein, Cape West Coast.
The San are descendants of an ancient hunter-gathering people, who have encountered dispossession of their territories, discrimination and poverty. Yet, !Khwa ttu is not a monument to suffering or misery. It is a living celebration of past and present San culture; an uplifting and inspirational experience.
Self Catering Accommodation
This self-catering cottage has 3 bedrooms with 2 bathrooms. The sheltered terrace offers stunning views over the Atlantic Ocean. For the winter it has under floor heating and 2 big open fireplaces.
This unique self-catering cottage has 2 bedrooms and a cosy kitchen with a large open fireplace. The romantic bathroom is semi-outdoors and provides an unforgettable romantic shower. The Bush Cottage is located within a natural bush land setting and is very private.
This unique tented camp is set within an idyllic bush land setting. The camp has five comfortable-sized tents, which house 4 beds each. The open-air showers and sheltered toilets are tastefully designed to be in keeping with the natural environment and they offer you an unforgettable showering experience. The circular, semi-roofed boma with its central camp fire ensures an unforgettable camp fire experience.
Whether you plan a quick visit to !Khwa ttu for lunch, or aim to spend more time with us, we can guarantee you a positive and thoroughly enjoyable eating experience! The restaurant is an ideal venue for weddings or any other function.
If you are looking for a venue in an idyllic rural setting, then we can provide it. Our conference room has all the necessary equipment and can accommodate 40 people.
A San-guided Experience
Daily at 10am and 2pm: Join us for a fascinating insight into the culture, heritage, knowledge and contemporary life of the San presented by experienced San guides.
This unforgettable three-hour tour entails:
• a ride on an open vehicle through the landscape viewing game and breathtaking vistas
• a nature walk learning about tracking skills and botanical knowledge
• a visit to a replica traditional village for fascinating demonstrations of ancient tools and other extraordinary aspects of the San’s traditional way of life
• a refreshing drink at the Boma, the highest point of !Khwa ttu’s landscape for a captivating introduction to the tones and clicks of the San languages
• a cultural display at the photo gallery and the screening of an ethnographic film.
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