On arrival, the museum tour manager will lead the guests around the 3-story museum for an hour while explaining the origins of the varied collection of artefacts. The exhibits include: beadwork from South African tribes, the Shona from Swaziland, the Himba and the Herero from Namibia, 30 spectacular life-size puppets, about 300 beer pots, tobacco pipes, telephone wire baskets, ceremonial and medicinal items dating from the present back to the mid19th century and traditional healers figures.
After the creative headrush, guests will be served a drink before sitting down for the food tasting. We present and explain the origins and ingredients of each dish. The food offering is from a selection of popular traditional African dishes with a modern twist from countries like Ethiopia, Morocco, South Africa, Nigeria, Rwanda and more. South Africa on its own has countless different tribes and traditions. Its colonial history means that over the centuries, it has seen an influx of other cultures that have influenced its traditional cuisine.
This session is characterised by interactive entertainment where guests are encouraged to sing along to traditional music, dance and play indigenous games.