Duration 3 Nights tours
KM FROM JHB 4 h 21 min (431,4 km) via N1
Availability Once a week
Pick-up Time 08:00 am
Tour Basis From 10 – 65 years , No For Major Injuries
Meals Included Yes Breakfast, lunch & dinner
Drinks on road Yes soft drink

Number of People
R 10 721
2 R 15 836
3 R 20 951
4 R 26 067
5 R 31 182
6 R 36 297
R 46 530
8 R 51 645
9 R 56 760
10 R 61 875
11 R 66 990
12 R 72 106






Our drivers will have the name & number of the travellers,

The drivers are to make sure that by the said time all pax are seated in the vehicle.

Soft drink will be served in the vehicle, our tour guide will then begin with guides, please feel free to ask any question.



Please note that entrance fee is included on the tours.



They can be a need to jump off the vehicle while we are registering for walk or drive tours, where we park is closer to the toilet and we will give 5 minutes for every travellers to visit the toilets. 

It is important to contain our togetherness and not be out of the group because we need all of us to be in control so as to keep time to all the places we deemed to visit , Please note that the rules & regulation are to be adhered to at all the time . if need be there will be protective clothes provided before embarking on the journey .

Please note that this is a 6 hrs. drive and in between we will have breakfast above the freeway and Lunch will be at Polokwane , just outside Polokwane we stop by Tropic of Capricorn , from there we heading to our accommodation place



 Tropic of Capricorn















Museum of the Drum and Dzata Ruins




The Tropic of Capricorn (or the Southern Tropic) is the circle of latitude that contains the subsolar point on the December (or southern) solstice. It is thus the southernmost latitude where the Sun can be directly overhead. Its northern equivalent is the Tropic of Cancer.

The Tropic of Capricorn is one of the five major circles of latitude that mark mapsof the Earth. As of 28 March 2016, its latitude is 23°26′13.8″ (or 23.43718°) [1]south of the equator, but it is very gradually moving northward, currently at the rate of 0.47 arcseconds, or 15 metres, per year.

From this stop we head on to the Mashovhela hammock camp place of accommodation.

Can you hear the drum beat; can you feel the earth spin?


Venture off the beaten track 50km north-east of Louis Trichardt on the R523 between Thohoyandou and Makhado and you’ll find the Museum of the Drum and Dzata ruins.


The rural peacefulness of the place makes it hard to believe that this was once a thriving community. This significant archaeological site is the remains of the royal kraal of the Venda kings and dates back six thousand years to 1400.


Here you can learn about the rich art culture of the Venda and their famous domba dance at the Museum of the Drum. The building houses a replica of the enormous holy drum, reputed to have magical powers that incapacitate enemies.

As this will be our second day the focus will be cultural tour, all about the Tshivenda cultural deeds.

We will learn and experience the following :

1.   Tshikona or Tshigombela dance

2.   Ways in which our traditional healers practices.

3.   Story teller with regard to the up bringing of Vhavenda children , Domba, Musevhetho, Khomba & Hogo.

4.   If we lucky and we there on the day of the sitting we will attend the Tshivenda traditional court for the village only , Just so you know there’s high traditional court than that, so we have same Henrique of court like the western .

5.   Lastly we will enjoy touring the village with donkey car

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