Xisaka Guest House (meaning nest) is located in Kremetart, Giyani, which provides the perfect base from which to explore this under-birded area.
With one of the best duties for summer waders, the Nsami dam is about 10 km from Xisaka in the Soutpansberg-Limpopo Birding Route.
The riverine bush of the Letaba river running through Giyani can also provide interesting birding.
Our main mission at Xisaka is to make every single visitor feel fully satisfied by providing top-class services to make their tour a memorable and an enjoyable one. Our customers should depart with warm feelings and complete satisfaction. We can proudly say this because often we receive repeated and referral customers. Our customized services have received applause from the clients stretching far and wide.
The staff provide delicious breakfasts and dinners of traditional Tsonga flair. Breakfasts are included in the accommodation costs.
Lwandile Mfana Inv grew from strength to strength with 6 en-suite rooms rooms to 20 en-suite rooms including site 263 and site 264. We now have 2 conference venues, 2 kitchens, a laundry, swimming pool, and a spacious reception.
Xisaka means nest and we are based in Kremertart, Giyani which provides the perfect base from which to explore this under-birded area.
These 20 en-suite rooms are named after the Birds in Xi-Tsonga pay homage to the rustic elegance and harmony of the ancient Xi- Tsonga villages. These 20 en-suite rooms are furnished in a style that draws inspiration from pure regional tradition. Tsonga women Décor in the rooms explains it all. The guest house village is set in green surroundings which affords a spectacular view of the gardens that provides fruit picking directly from their source.
The Shangaan is one of the 4 major ethnic groups of South-Africa. They live in the Limpopo province and speak Tsonga. Shangaan woman dress in bright coloured fabric knotted on the shoulders, wear wide beaded necklaces and heavy metal bracelets on their arms and legs.
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