Stories told in Dance

Folklore

Have you ever wondered why the elephant has such a long trunk? Let Tembe uncover the charming stories of the wilderness and its beautiful creatures. What better way to learn about the African bush than to sit around a glowing campfire in the boma, under the night stars and be witness to the dances of Africa.

 

Tembe dancers visit the lodge by request and re-enact folklore stories in song and dance. You will be entranced by the African rhythms and the eloquent dancers dressed in Thonga - Zulu regalia - skins and furs; wielding shields and spears with such fiery passion.

 

All tips that are received throughout the festivities will be donated to a fund that buys school uniforms for the local children who cannot afford to buy their own.