iKhamanga Cultural Village
iKhamanga cultural village is run by the local Xhosa community of Qolora Mouth.
Guests sleep in several large communal rondavels (traditional mud and thatch houses) that can accommodate up to 40 people. Smaller rondavels are available for teachers or group leaders.
All meals are provided by the local community who cook traditional food in large cast iron potjie pots.
Visitors can learn all about Xhosa culture and join in with the locals in song and dance.
A visit from a trained herbalist in full traditional dress can also be arranged.
iKhamanga is ideal for school groups and large hiking parties.
The village is situated about 1km from the beach and the ‘Gates’ rock formation.
There is secure parking as the entire village is fenced in and a security guard is on duty all night.
There are separate ablution facilities for both sexes.
There are no plug points so make sure that your cell phone is fully charged before you arrive.
There is also a shop where locally made crafts are displayed.