This village depicts the progression in lifestyle of the Amandebele from as early as 1000 years ago.
The art and culture of the Ndebele is as unique as it is distinctive to South Africa. The art developed within this society reflects the ever-changing social and political environment in which these people lived. The Ndebele in this region form a linguistic link between the Zulu of Natal and Ndebele of Zimbabwe.
The village is ideal for stopovers by tourists to the game reserves and other attractions in the area. The facilities provided at the centre aim to enhance the experience of visitors and encourage them to extend their stay in the area. Loopspruit Estate Wines, the northernmost vineyards in South Africa, are situated just across the road from the village.