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Lesedi African Lodge and Cultural Village Conference Venue in Lanseria, West Rand
Most conference venues are very predictable and offer more of the same: comfortable seating arrangements around a boardroom table coupled with conventional snacks and beverages. And while some have tried to be unique or different, none have truly captured the essence of the African spirit in quite the same way as Lesedi Cultural Village, Cradle of Living African Culture, in the Cradle of Humankind has.Renowned African explorer and co-founder of Lesedi Cultural Village, Kingsley Holgate, is an integral part of the conference venue’s unrivalled success. His love and innate understanding of African cultural traditions can be seen and felt throughout this bushveld venue.
This conference venues, while offering all modern technology necessary, provides a distinctively different approach to hospitality and African professionalism, with the people of Lesedi, ‘place of light’, offering a warm welcome to delegates by way of passionate song and vibrant dance.
The conference facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art digital equipment and all the modern conveniences delegates deserve.
The answer to any company or group searching for a successful conference venue that will be within their budget.
Lesedi offers a full range of both day conference packages, as well as highly recommended and totally unique overnight experiences in the luxury themed accommodation, located in one of their five traditional out of Africa villages.
Sumptuous eating experiences and energetic evening entertainment are additional value adds to the overnight packages.
Truly African teambuilding activities compliment the conference packages. These “Masakane Games” include Spear Throwing, Tribal Dancing Competitions, Treasure Hunts, Stick Fighting and African beer drinking Games which are guaranteed to take the edge off a heavy day of strategising and make sure that each delegate leaves with an unforgettable experience.
Lesedi has a selection of five conference venues to choose from.
A new conference facility called Sensakhakona which is perfect for small break away sessions and can hold up to 25 delegates. Is built around the theme of Shaka Zulu’s father and includes vibrant paintings on his life around the walls of the room.
Other new additions to the village and African Lodge, are the luxury Nguni rooms which include richly decorated double suites. These carry the same vibrant colours and energy as the other guestrooms in the village and are also unique to the Zulu tribe they represent, adding to the already numerous accommodation options.
As well the Tswana Letsatsi Open-Air Lapa, for a group event. A tribute to the Tswana nation. Letsatsi means the sun. This is the place were the Tswana people were born and returned to once a year for a celebration of togetherness during and after apartheid. This ‘bringing together’ and celebration was the inspiration behind the building and naming of this open-air lapa, as this is a place were guests can come together as a group and enjoy themselves. This lapa can seat up to 120 people, lit up with burning fire pots which surround the walls of the lapa and a huge bon-fire in the middle. The floor is soft white river sand creating an unique outdoor feeling. The menu is a true African braai, served along with a buffet of African dishes. As well as a fully stocked bar.
Lesedi will breathe new life into company conferences, functions and special events.