!Khwa ttu

!Khwa ttu, the San Education and Culture Centre, is 70 km north-west of Cape Town. Enjoy the unique experience of being introduced to the world of the descendants of the first indigenous people of Southern Africa.

The San people themselves will take you on a journey into their history, traditional knowledge, skills, languages, customs and current affairs. This enjoyable and eye-opening tour will stay with you for a long time.

Besides our San-guided tour, we present creative dishes in our cosy restaurant, and we sell unique San-produced items in our craft shop. We also have an efficient and organised conference room. Stay at !Khwa ttu for a few special days, in our appealing, different and memorable accommodation.

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Reviews

  • "Great Sunday morning breakfast /views to the sea /flowers"

    17 September 2018

    "Have made some suggestions to management re self catering tents and utensils therein"

    Anton Fourie
  • "lovely places, noisy neighbours"

    02 September 2018

    "we stayed in Bush Lodge 2, was lovely with everything we needed, super comfy beds, and braai area overlooking fynbos where we could watch the birdlife. sadly our neighbours were very loud and noisy, even playing loud music in what should have been a relaxing, quite space, and from early evening till late at night, making it impossible to enjoy the bird sounds and would be tranquility of the area . however after a lovely mtb ride the next day, we recovered our senses of humour. the staff are wonderful, super helpful and friendly, and the breakfast was great."

    Melissa de Kock
  • "The very friendly staff members and the Bush Lodge"

    11 September 2017

    "A tranquil, natural environment, comfortable lodge, good breakfast and the kindness of all made our stay very special"

    Elred Lawrence
  • "The beautiful stars at night - fabulous to see."

    07 March 2017

    "Loved the atmosphere of the bush camp. Pity that maintenance is not being done but it was nice and clean."

    Cynthia Aspeling
  • "Awesome riding getaway"

    13 July 2016

    "What a great surprise, the cottage was stunning, with a feeling of being in the middle of the bush. The riding trails were perfect for the boys & I, great single track & well signposted & maintained, the eland, blesbok, zebra & springbok were a bonus on top. An awesome getaway, we'll definitely be coming back again!"

    Wendy Potgieter, South Africa
  • "Booking 10783730"

    23 March 2016

    "Hi,<br />After the initial balls up with SafariNow.com<br />Bianca stepped in and saved the day.<br />The staff were extremely friendly and professional which made for a very pleasant stay and the overall experience was very nice. The kids really enjoyed<br />the trail tour which ended our !Khwa ttu adventure on a high note! Thanks, guys!<br />"

    Jacqueline Frier, South Africa
  • "Nice stay in the bushhouse"

    22 March 2016

    "The bushhouse and the breakfast was ok - the lunch very fine! The San-guided tour was very Basic - had much better tours in Botswana ..."

    Franz Huber, Austria
  • "Haven of tranquillity"

    21 April 2013

    "This is a great place to spend a night or two. Staying at the guest cottage, you could be deep in the African bush, yet you are only a short distance from the main road, and only an hour or so from Cape Town. The staff are delightful, from the friendly and efficient Baby Rose to the trainee guides (and their instructor) who take guests on walks or tractor rides to learn more about the San people, their culture and medicinal herbs, and the environment. The restaurant is excellent and many people simply drive out from the city for lunch. It isn't open for dinner, though, so if you self-cater, bring food. The cottage is comfortable and has all the basics. Bring a torch."

    Jennifer Fleetwood, South Africa
  • "Disappointed"

    03 April 2013

    "Great idea of a 'bush camp', but it would have been great to have been able to make a warm cup of coffee after travelling long hours. On the web page it is only the bush house that is advertised as 'solar heating' and on the 'features available' nothing is mentioned about'solar only' or 'bring your own camping equipment'. The tent no.2 that we were given was not in a good condition - the little solar lamp was out of order, the flaps/zips have been torn from the wind, the bedding smells like sweat and the tent leaks water! The female toilets doesn't have a hand towel (but the men's side does?); also no sanitary bins are provided - this is a basic addition to any ablution facility? VERY disappointing as we love the outdoors and camping."

    louisa kemp, South Africa
  • "Bush Camp"

    11 March 2013

    "Lovely setting! Awesome staff were so helpful. Restaurant food was delightful. Overall good experience."

    Bonnie Wheeler, South Africa
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