aha Lesedi Cultural Village is a tourist village which celebrates the cultural traditions of several different peoples of Southern Africa, such as the Zulu, Xhosa, Pedi, Basotho and Ndebele tribes who live according to tribal folklore and traditions of their ancestors.

aha Lesedi Cultural Village is in the heart of the African bushveld, amidst the rocky hills, within the Cradle of Humankind, a World Heritage Site.

Guests are also invited to enjoy the essence of Ubuntu at aha Lesedi Cultural Village, where the song, music and dance add a truly unique experience.

If you are looking for a lapa to host memorable events, Tswana Letsatsi is ideal. This venue’s unique outdoor atmosphere is complemented by an authentic African ‘braai’ menu, as well as a stocked bar, to ensure any function is a great success.

Full or half day tours can be enjoyed from Johannesburg or Pretoria or experience genuine tribal village accommodation with an overnight in one of the traditional beehive huts. It offers all the modern-day luxuries and you’ll meet the head of the household, who will then be your host and guide for the rest of your stay.

There’s also a craft market for last-minute curios and handmade local arts and crafts.

Ndebele tribe
aha Lesedi Cultural Village - spears
Zulu member
aha Lesedi Cultural Village - dancing woman
aha Lesedi Cultural Village - Tswana Letsatsi
aha Lesedi Cultural Village
aha Lesedi Cultural Village - craft market
The essence of Ubuntu at aha Lesedi
aha Lesedi Cultural Village