Within the vicinity of the Golden Gate Highlands National Park the Basotho Cultural Village is found. A place known for its pride and showcase in cultural heritage where visitors get to learn about the Basotho people and their way of life.
Through a tour of the village, which is a living museum showcasing reconstructed traditional homesteads of the Basotho people, the importance and symbolism of their traditional clothing, ritual, dance and games.
It’s a place to stop and retrace the history of the South Sotho people all the way back to the 18th century. Live in the moment of that era when you make your stay at the Basotho Cultural Village Rest Camp
A self-catering Rest Camp that is only 42 km away from the small town of Clarens, the Free State province tourist attraction.
And when you make your stay at this Clarens accommodation you will be greeted with scenic views as the Rest Camp is surrounded by huge sandstone mountains. While inside the Rondawel has a one bedroom with double bed and a communal braai lapa that is shared among families sharing the kraal. There is a kitchen, and a veranda with private weber braai facilities for every chalet and shower, while the other rondawel has the same amenities, but with added extra two bathrooms and two bunk beds.
This Rest Camp consists of huts that are no more than 25 and are situated on the slope of the mountain.
When you make your stay at this Clarens accommodation, see if you can spot any of the wildlife found at the Golden Gate Highlands National Park as you will be sharing your space with animals such as herds of eland, black wildebeest, zebras and springbok grazing about just close enough to the Rest Camp.
So why not stay a while at this Clarens accommodation as you sip on traditional beer, or opt to go on a hike up the mountain with a traditional healer who will inform you on the various plants that are used for healing, and also while on the walk, you can view some San rock painting.