Lesedi Cultural Village is a tourist attraction that offers an in-depth insight into the traditions of several groups of unique people of southern Africa. Lesedi Cultural Village is located about an hour’s drive from Johannesburg. The Lesedi Cultural Village was set up in 1993 with the vision to give a valid grandstand of an assortment of South Africa’s clans and of their captivating social customs.
South Africa has a rich assorted variety of individuals and societies and 11 official dialects. Lesedi Cultural Village is extraordinary compared to other vacation destinations in South Africa, enabling guests to truly investigate the sublime assorted variety of the general population of this land.
Lesedi means light in one of the South African languages called Sesotho offers guests an opportunity to experience individuals of Zulu, Xhosa, Pedi, Ndebele, and Basotho ancestry. At Lesedi Guest will be ably accommodated by genuine individuals (not performers in extravagant dress), enter their homes and tune in to stories about their individual societies and ceremonies of their lifestyle.
Every one of these families lives at Lesedi Cultural Village permanently, taking care of domestic animals such as cows, chickens and also take care of voyagers, and visits through their homes offer intriguing diverse correlations of the traditions and social association of the distinctive societies.
The gesture is very innovative. And in case of tourists stay through the night, they are invited by the group of the homestead in which they will stay, and the leader of the house at that point turns into their own guide for the length of their stay.
The Nyama Choma eatery offers a Pan African Buffet in obvious African style, after which guests are welcome to assemble around a fire to partake in some ‘mamba squeeze’, a one of a kind Lesedi drink, before the narrating and singing and moving start.
Lesedi Cultural Village replicates conventional abodes and offers exhibitions of dances and other social exercises. Guests are sure to experience the magnificence, history, and customs of this multi-social African town amid a far-reaching voyage through Lesedi.