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Lesedi Cultural Village
Lesedi Cultural Village Review
This is not just a place to stay and eat; it's a place to learn about the cultures and history of South Africa's Basotho, Ndebele, Pedi, Xhosa, and Zulu nations. Daily shows of dancing and singing, tours of traditional homesteads, and a crafts market complement the dining, lodging, and conference facilities. The large Nyama Choma restaurant ($$–$$$$) serves food from all over the continent so you can taste North African fare, East African cuisine, or opt for a South African barbecue. Dishes include roast meats, porridge and vegetables, often cooked in traditional African three-legged iron pots. Most of the Africa-theme guest rooms have two beds. Packages can include breakfast, dinner, and the tours.
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