!Khwa ttu The San were the earliest group of hunter-gatherers that lived in South Africa. !Khwa...
The San were the earliest group of hunter-gatherers that lived in South Africa. !Khwa ttu, San Culture and Education Centre seeks to preserve the culture and heritage of this ancient people as well as teach people more things about San history.
Located on the West Coast Way Culture Route. Here, you can experience guided tours from the San people or explore the veld with its unique vegetation, game and birdlife. Seeking to be an inspiration to all, the organisation wants to empower the San as well as introduce tailor-made training for both men and women in order to revert and maintain traditional ways of life. It is about creating a sustainable model for the future, allowing the children to grow up and connect with an existence that is fast becoming lost.
Accommodation at !Khwa ttu varies from luxury guesthouses to tented camps, found in the beautiful countryside of the West Coast. All offer a rustic sense of charm, fostering a connection to the land. Stretch your legs on a walk, trail run or one of the two mountain bike routes.
“At !Khwa ttu we share with our visitors authentic interactions in a beautiful environment, walking and biking trails, inspiring San nature and culture tours, good food, compelling art and heritage exhibitions, professional friendly hospitality and stylish special event venues or corporate functions.”
Michael Daiber, !Khwa ttu
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