Fundudzi Cultural Camp TFPD 2017-05-15T12:48:15+00:00
Special Offer: R490 per unit
T’s & C’s: R490 per unit per night (Children under 12: R245 per tent), self-catered. Maximum 2 people per unit. Special offer valid for visits till 31 May 2017, subject to availability.
Fundudzi Cultural Camp
Luaname Mountains, Limpopo
Nestled at the foot of the Luaname Mountains, Fundudzi Cultural Camp is in the heart of traditional Venda territory. Just above the village of Mukumbani, this is an ideal place from which to explore a region famed for its sacred places and traditional Venda arts and crafts.
Just below tea plantations and forests, there are many long and beautiful hikes around Fundudzi, which the guides would be happy to show you. Lone exploration is as always encouraged though. Beyond the plantations, there is the indigenous Sacred Forest and Lake Fundudzi and the views are spectacular.
Full-service Inclusions: Accommodation with linen & towels, all meals, two activities. Full-service Exclusions: Gratuities. Self-catering Inclusions: Accommodation with linen & towels, self-catering facilities with gas cooker, fridge & freezer, cooking utensils, crockery & cutlery; a few LED solar lights in rooms and USB-solar charging facilities. Self-catering Exclusions: Meals, activities, gratuities
Please note: optional meals or activities must be pre-ordered & paid when booking accommodation. We do not carry any stock of alcohol, soft drinks or bottled water in the camps, and guests are advised to bring their own. Should this not be suitable, please advise us at the time of booking and we will quote for your specific requirements.
The Land of the Venda
Visitors to Fundudzi have the opportunity to immerse themselves in a beautiful environment. In a hugely fertile valley with modern tea plantations, the real gems are the natural areas with forests, lakes, rivers and waterfalls. The area is well populated with rural villages, and tourists will be spoilt for choice visiting crafters, manufacturers of Minwenda (traditional Venda clothing), Malungu (traditional beads) and Makunda (traditional bangles). Interested in truly local art? Many artists, potters and crafters work in the area.
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30 days or more before arrival – no charge | 29-15 days before arrival – 50% of total cost | 14-0 days before arrival – 90% of total cost Please take out travel insurance to cover cancellation fees.