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The Art Galleries of the Waterberg

The Art Galleries of the Waterberg

$ 6720 / per person
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EXQUISITE  I  NATURAL  I  CULTURAL
Rock Art, Iron Age & Stone Age Sites

 

13 Days / 12 Nights
Tailormade options available upon request
Valid January – December 2021

 

The Waterberg (or Thaba Meetse, which in the Northern Sotho language means the ‘water mountain’) is an area of dramatic mountains, hills, gorges and cliff-face landscapes.  Over many hundreds of millions of years, this red sandstone environment has been carved out by rivers that run through it.  The Waterberg derives its name from the way in which newly-fallen rain water quickly seeps out of the rock through cracks and joints, running into and feeding the many perennial rivers which have their source on the Waterberg plateau.  It is a place untouched and exquisite, a complete natural showcase and a cultural experience for those who seek to satisfy a curiosity for knowledge.

 

Human occupation of The Waterberg goes all the way back to the middle & late stone ages (the San Bushmen & Khoi Khoi) and the iron age (Bantu).  San rock art dating back hundreds, perhaps thousands of years, have been found throughout the greater Waterberg area.  More recently the San were followed by the arrival of a variety of Bantu speaking tribes, originally descending out of Central Africa.  Migratory behaviour of the San, specifically to the Waterberg area, both from before and after the settlement of the Dutch & French Huguenots during the 16 – 18th centuries in the Cape, is evident.

 

Within the Waterberg there are archaeological finds dating to the stone age, and nearby (The Makapans Valley) are early evolutionary finds related to the origin of humans.  There is also a variety of rock art to be found  – made both by the San (or Bushmen) and the Northern Ndebele farmer communities.  These ancient rock paintings and carvings are found in caves and on rock shelters.

 

The paintings of the San take on a dramatically different form to that of the Ndebele.  The artwork of the San is greatly refined compared to most others, and speaks of life, indigenous animals, people, non-human beings, hunters, half-human-half-animal hybrids, human interactions and animal interactions.  A great sense of spiritual belief is reflected as well.  The animal mostly depicted in the Waterberg is the kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros) – fondly referred to as “The Dancing Kudu of the Waterberg” by Jeremy Hollman (WITS Honorary Research Fellow).

 

** Eastwood’s work on kudu paintings in Limpopo (Animals behaving like people: San rock paintings of kudu in the central Limpopo basin, southern Africa. South African Archaeological Bulletin 61(183): 26–39 [2006]).

 

The Ndebele would draw with the finger and use white clay.  Their artwork includes mostly animals and it is believed to have formed part of their initiation rituals.

 

As culturally rich – and unexposed – as the Waterberg is, it boasts an equal wealth of untouched ecology (wildlife & natural resources), topography, geology, history, conservation and community!  You will truly find yourself in a very unique bubble of the African landscape as you dwell into what really can only be described as the Waterberg’s African Art Gallery!

 

INCLUDED IN THE PACKAGE:

  • 12 Nights’, 4 & 5* accommodation, sharing.
  • 13 Days transfer in luxury minibus.
  • Dedicated driver / guide.
  • Specialist guide and tour leader.
  • Cultural content, site visits, presentations & discussions.
  • Meals & beverages as indicated.
  • Game viewing activities in 4 x 4 safari vehicles as indicated in the itinerary.
  • Hot air balloon safari in Magaliesberg.
  • Hotel & airport porterages.
  • Tips for drivers, guides and trackers.

 

ABOUT THIS SPECIAL-INTEREST CULTURAL TOUR

 

With all the inclusions of a luxury safari to South Africa, the cultural content of this experience is equally matched, as it is derived from our Visual Research Programmes.  The focal point of this special interest package is therefore devoid of any cosmetic entertainment.  Instead you are accompanied throughout your tour by a specialist guide who is particularly well-versed in the cultural landscape of the Waterberg.

 

Learning content and interpretation of information shared stems from many years of research, surveying, documenting and management of the fragile cultural resources of the Waterberg.  The area’s most prized cultural resources include rock art, iron age, stone age and initiation sites.  Insightful interpretation and consideration in accommodating the initial understanding of such resources is what sets this programme apart from most others.  For example, rock art is seldom what it appears to be at first glance.

 

Much of what we know about our origins has been learnt from fossils of our ancestral species and their relatives, known as hominids.  Throughout the tour, starting in Sterkfontein (Cradle of Humankind), you will enjoy specialist presentations taking you into this life of ancient existence.  These include a University of the Witwatersrand (WITS Evolutionary Studies Institute & Rock Art Research Institute) presentation at the Sterkfontein Caves on the broader Cradle of Humankind landscape and the importance of the fossil finds and rock art in South Africa, a discussion on the iron-ore mining history of Thabazimbi, a presentation by Mr Richard Wadley on the geology of the Waterberg and its unique ecology in order to put the scenery and remarkable biodiversity of the region into context and a presentation by Mr Glenn Phillips on the wilderness and conservation activities of the Lapalala Wilderness area.  The Lapalala Wilderness School is the initiative of world-renowned conservationist, Mr Clive Walker.

 

Your trip will include a perfect blend of luxury road transfers, accommodation & meals, game viewing and activities, 4 x 4 safari vehicles and of course the special interest cultural content.  You will also enjoy a dedicated driver / guide and a Safari Odyssey tour leader to manage the logistics of the tour.

 

** A copy of the book “Waterberg Echoes“, a history of the Waterberg, written by Richard Wadley, will be included per sharing travel package. 

** Reference “The Evolutionary Studies of Life & Death, written by WITS Researcher Pierre M. Durand from the Evolutionary Studies Institute.

 

NOTE: The broad generic term “Cultural Heritage Resources” refers to any physical and spiritual property associated with past and present human use or occupation of the environment, cultural activities and history. The term includes sites, structures, places, natural features and material of palaeontological, archaeological, historical, aesthetic, scientific, architectural, religious, symbolic or traditional importance to specific individuals or groups, traditional systems of cultural practice, belief or social interaction.

  • Destination
  • Departure
    Johannesburg, South Africa

Tour Plan

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DAY 1: JOHANNESBURG, CRADLE OF HUMANKIND

  • De Hoek Country Hotel (5*)
  • TRANSFER: O.R. Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg to Magaliesberg / Cradle of Humankind area.
  • CITY TOUR: Johannesburg city drive-through en-route to Magaliesberg.
  • CHECK-IN: De Hoek Country Hotel.
  • LUNCH: De Hoek - The Bridge Bistro.
  • AFTERNOON: Visit to the Maropeng Visitor Centre.
  • EVENING: Overview of your 13 day / 12 night Cultural Tour Programme with your specialist guide and Safari Odyssey tour leader.
  • DINNER: De Hoek - Conservatory Restaurant.
  • OVERNIGHT: De Hoek Country Hotel, standard rooms, sharing.
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DAY 2: CRADLE OF HUMANKIND - STERKFONTEIN CAVES - THABAZIMBI

  • Marataba Mountain Lodge (5*)
  • SAFARI: Early morning hot air balloon safari over the Cradle of Humankind area.
  • BREAKFAST: Breafkast is included in the hot air balloon experience.
  • TRANSFER: Transfer to the Sterkfontein Caves.
  • MORNING: Your visit to the Sterfontein Caves and surrounds includes a presentation on this landmark location of the fossil life of Southern Africa and the premise upon which all other findings are based.  You will be introduced to the importance of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, known as the Cradle of Humankind, by a WITS representative from the Evolutionary Studies Institute (ESI) & Rock Art Research Institute (RARI).  You will also enjoy a privately guided tour through the caves.
  • LUNCH: Lunch at Vovo Telo Restaurant, Hartebeespoort Dam.
  • TRANSFER: Hartebeespoort Dam to The Ben Alberts Nature Reserve for a late afternoon visit.  This is the only savannah biosphere in South Africa and it is located in a phenomenally rich geological area of the Waterberg, Limpopo.
  • CHECK-IN: Marataba Mountain Lodge.
  • DINNER: Marataba Mountain Lodge.
  • EVENING: Introduction to the history of iron-ore mining in Thabazimbi (meaning Mountain of Iron).
  • OVERNIGHT:  Marataba Mountain Lodge, luxury tented accommodation, sharing, fully inclusive.
  • OVERVIEW OF THE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE OF THE CRADLE OF HUMANKIND:  The original Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site (excluding Taung and the Makapans Valley) stretches over an area of 470km² and includes an estimated 300 caves. Within this landscape palaeoanthropologists have discovered thousands of hominid fossils and other animals, dating back about 4-million years, said to be the birth-place of humankind.  The most famous of these fossils are “Mrs Ples”, a skull which is more than 2-million years old, and “Little Foot”, a skeleton which is between 4-million and 3-million years old.  Archaeological finds at the Cradle of Humankind include some of the oldest recorded stone tools in Southern Africa, such as 1.7-million-year-old stone tools.  At Swartkrans, near Sterkfontein, a collection of about 270 burnt bones indicate that our ancestors could manage fire more than 1-million years ago.
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DAY 3: THABAZIMBI - WELGEVONDEN PRIVATE GAME RESERVE

  • 57 on Waterberg, Welgevonden (5*)
  • AM GAME DRIVE: Early morning game drive at Marataba Mountain Lodge.
  • BREAKFAST: Breakfast upon arrival back at the lodge.
  • TRANSFER: Morning transfer from Thabazimbi to The Welgevonden Private Game Reserve.
  • CHECK-IN: 57 On Waterberg or similar.
  • MORNING: Upon arrival enjoy a welcome drink and check-in to your accommodation.  A short while before lunch, your guide will meet with your group and chat about the cultural landscape, the history, ecology, geology and conservation activities of this reserve.  There will be much to explore and learn about in this area, along the same trend as what you will find throughout the rest of the Waterberg.
  • LUNCH: 57 On Waterberg or similar.
  • AFTERNOON: Excursion to the first rock art site.
  • PM GAME DRIVE: Game drive and sundowners before returning back to the lodge.
  • DINNER: 57 On Waterberg or similar.
  • OVERNIGHT: 57 On Waterberg or similar, sharing, fully inclusive.
  • OVERVIEW OF THE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE OF THABAZIMBI: Thabazimbi forms part of the warm Waterberg Bushveld.  It is said to have been a harsh environment to live in especially during the summer months with the constant threat of malaria and the Tsetse fly.  Grazing and wild animals abounded, allowing gatherers to thrive.  It was and still is especially rich in minerals such as tin and iron ore, both of which have been mined since early times.  There is evidence of South African iron age people and iron tools (dating back to the eighth century AD),  which would have been used for farming and hunting.  Stone age activity is represented by way of a sprinkling of stone age tools, semi-fixed dwellings and a greater variety of rock-art.  Fixed sites, such as Mokopaan, represent almost the full range of "Homo-species" development.  The early Black farmers are also well-represented dating back 600 - 1800 AD, but it seems that the area was always sparsly populated due to the harsh climate.   Thabazimbi means "mountain of iron" and its superior-grade hematite was first discovered in 1903 and mined since 1931, with iron ore deposits estimated at 100,000,000 tons.  Thabazimbi is connected by rail to the steelworks at Pretoria.  The area surrounding Thabazimbi is also well known for cattle farming.
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DAY 4: WELGEVONDEN PRIVATE GAME RESERVE

  • 57 on Waterberg, Welgevonden (5*)
  • AM GAME DRIVE: Early morning game drive through the Welgevonden Reserve.
  • BREAKFAST: Breakfast upon arrival back from the game drive.
  • MORNING: Today you will visit the 2nd rock art site within the reserve
  • LUNCH: 57 On Waterberg or similar.
  • AFTERNOON: Casual chat time or enjoy an afternoon nap, a swim or nature hike or even a spa treatment.
  • PM GAME DRIVE: Afternoon game drive with sundowners.
  • DINNER: 57 On Waterberg or similar.
  • OVERNIGHT: 57 On Waterberg or similar, sharing, fully inclusive.
  • OVERVIEW OF THE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE OF THE WELGEVONDEN PRIVATE GAME RESERVE:  There are two rock art sites of interest.  Both sites contain San fine-line paintings & later finger paintings.  At one of the sites are handprints, walls are densely painted and in some areas there are at least two layers of paintings.  At the other site there are designs that belong, possibly, to a later herder tradition of painting.  Some of the images are fairly well preserved while others are quite faded and indistinct, a result of the art being a few thousand years old and of exposure to weathering and other natural elements.
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DAY 5: WELGEVONDEN PRIVATE GAME RESERVE - LAPALALA WILDERNESS

  • Tintswalo Lapalala (5*)
  • AM GAME DRIVE: Early morning game drive.
  • BREAKFAST: Last breakfast at the lodge.
  • TRANSFER: You will depart from Welgevonden and transfer into the heart of the Waterberg to Lapalala Wilderness (part of the Waterberg Biosphere).
  • STOP-OVER: Black Mamba Company, curio store in Vaalwater.
  • CHECK-IN: Tintswalo Lapalala.
  • LUNCH: Tintswalo Lapalala.
  • CONVERSATION:  with Glenn Phillips of the Lapalala Wilderness on their Wild Dog Tagging programme and other interesting topics about Lapalala and the Wilderness School initiative.  Visit to Lapalala Rock Art site.
  • PM GAME DRIVE: Late afternoon sundowners game drive.
  • DINNER: Tintswalo Lapalala.
  • OVERNIGHT: Tintswalo Lapalala, luxury tented accommodation, sharing.
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DAY 6: LAPALALA WILDERNESS & MELORA

  • Tintswalo Lapalala (5*)
  • MORNING: Early morning game drive through the Lapalala Wilderness Reserve.
  • BREAKFAST: Breakfast upon arrival back at the lodge.
  • MORNING: Late morning departure to the Melora Stone Age Site.
  • LUNCH: Picnic lunch at the site.
  • AFTERNOON: Late afternoon return to the lodge.
  • PM GAME DRIVE: Through the Lapalala Wilderness Reserve.
  • DINNER: Tintswalo Lapalala.
  • OVERNIGHT: Tintswalo Lapalala, luxury tented accommodation, sharing.
  • OVERVIEW OF THE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE OF THE LAPALALA WILDERNESS: Within the Lapalala Wilderness Reserve 13 sites have been identified.  One of these is located only a short 20 min drive from Tintswalo Lapalala or a 2 hour hike.  It is believed that the sites were created by the later stone age hunter-gatherers (the ancestors of the San or Bushmen), who occupied this area about 1000 years ago.  From the beginning of the 18th to the middle of the 19th century, northern Ndebele people built extensive stone-walled settlements on Melora Hill and Melora Saddle, located within the Lapalala Wilderness Reserve.  These ruins have been well mapped and documented.
  • Tintswalo Wild Dog Tagging Experience: This is a separate package if you wish to read up about it.
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DAY 7: LAPALALA WILDERNESS - JEMBISA BUSH LODGE

  • Jembisa Magari Safari Lodge (5*)
  • MORNING: Early morning game drive through the Lapalala Wilderness Reserve.
  • BREAKFAST: Breakfast upon arrival back at the lodge.
  • TRANSFER: Transfer to Jembisa Bush Lodge.
  • CHECK-IN: Jembisa's Magari Safari Lodge.
  • LUNCH: Lunch on the Palala river, weather permitting.
  • AFTERNOON: After lunch continue on your first site visit on the Jembisa property.
  • PM GAME DRIVE: Game drive and sundowners en-route back to your accommodation.
  • DINNER: Jembisa's Magari Safari Lodge.
  • CONVERSATION: The sites of Jembisa - including rock art, iron & stone age sites (of particular interest is the Muisvogelkraal traditional initiation site), Slangfontein smelting site and travels of the Boers through the area.
  • OVERNIGHT: Jembisa Magari Safari Lodge, sharing & fully inclusive.
  • OVERVIEW OF THE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE OF JEMBISA:  True to its greater environment, the Jembisa property hosts a variety of cultural resources, which dates over a vast time span.  Cultural sites include rock art sites, iron and stone age sites, initiation sites and even old treks which the Boers travelled along with their oxen and wagons, depicting just exactly how difficult it must have been for both humans and animals.
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DAY 8: JEMBISA BUSH LODGE & SWEBESWEBE

  • Jembisa Magari Safari Lodge (5*)
  • BREAKFAST: Enjoy a leisurely breakfast followed by an overview of the days cultural site visits.
  • TRANSFER: After breakfast you will transfer to SwebeSwebe (a private estate).
  • MORNING: Visit an impressively large overhang to view a series of rock art paintings.  Getting to the site requires a short, scenic walk.
  • LUNCH: Enjoy a special, private, light lunch at SwebeSwebe followed by a return transfer to Jembisa.
  • AFTERNOON:  Late afternoon visit a rock art and / or cultural site followed by a sunset sundowner breather before returning back to your Jembisa accommodation.
  • DINNER: Jembisa's Magari Safari Lodge.
  • OVERNIGHT: Jembisa Magari Safari Lodge, sharing & fully inclusive.
  • OVERVIEW OF THE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE OF SWEBESWEBE: SwebeSwebe is located in an area of vast topographical variances, and with this it is most likely that cultural sites would be found along the river that cuts through its landscape, at times with massive cliff-faces on either side of the river.  Not many sites have been identified, however, there is a site of particular interest since it contains three different painting traditions.  This is rare in the Waterberg, and this particular site turns out to be one of the finest examples found in the greater Watereberg area.
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DAY 9: JEMBISA BUSH LODGE - LINDANI LODGES

  • Lindani Motseng Lodge (4*)
  • AM GAME DRIVE: Enjoy an early morning game drive.
  • BREAKFAST: Breakfast upon return to the lodge.
  • TRANSFER: Check-out followed by a transfer to the Lindani Lodge.
  • CHECK-IN: Lindani's Motseng Lodge.
  • LUNCH: Early lunch at Motseng Lodge.
  • CONVERSATION: Richard Wadley on the geology of the Waterberg and its unique ecology in order to put the scenery and remarkable biodiversity of the region into context.
  • AFTERNOON: Cultural sites of Lindani.
  • DINNER: Motseng Lodge.
  • OVERNIGHT: Lindani Lodge, Motseng Lodge, sharing, fully catered.
  • OVERVIEW OF THE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE OF LINDANI & SURROUNDS: Lindani offers a fair amount of interesting sites, including unique stone age rock art sites and ceremonial iron age sites.  There is also a deep cave, where it is suggested rainmaking ceremonies took place. The rainmakers left pots with grain and herbs for their ancestors.  For something a little different, there is a magnificent and very old (age unknown) Schotia Brachypetala / Molope / Huilboerboon tree.
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DAY 10: LINDANI LODGE & SURROUNDS

  • Lindani Motseng Lodge (4*)
  • BREAKFAST: Breakfast at the lodge.
  • MORNING: Continue with the site visits on Lindani.
  • LUNCH: Lunch at the lodge and afternoon at leisure.
  • AFTERNOON: Late afternoon visit to a neighbouring propery to visit additional rock art sites.
  • DINNER: Lindani, Motseng Lodge.
  • PEDI SINGING: A special event of Pedi singing by the Lindani staff - a beautiufl choir performing traditional, gospel and African jazz music.
  • OVERNIGHT: Lindani Lodge, Motseng (4*), sharing, fully catered.
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DAY 11: LINDANI LODGE - GOUDRIVER GAME RESERVE

  • Goudriver Game Reserve or Ant's Hill
  • BREAKFAST: You will enjoy your last country breakfast at Motseng before departing from Lindani.
  • TRANSFER: Transfer from Lindani to Goudrivier Game Reserve where you will be staying for the one evening.
  • CHECK-IN: Check in to the Goudriver Game Reserve.
  • LUNCH: Barbeque lunch at the lodge.
  • AFTERNOON: Drive out to the rock art sites.
  • PM GAME DRIVE: Game drive and sundowners.
  • DINNER: At the lodge.
  • OVERNIGHT: Goudrivier Game Reserve, sharing, fully inclusive.
  • OVERVIEW OF THE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE OF THE GOUDRIVIER GAME RESERVE:  The rock art sites of Goudrivier, the number of paintings and -their state of preservation, is without parallel in the Waterberg.  This site was documented by the WITS Rock Art Research Institute in 1999.  It is believed that the rock art resources of the Goudrivier area are pivotal in concluding the interpretation of the rock art as part of the greater Waterberg area.
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DAY 12: GOUDRIVIER GAME LODGE - JOHANNESBURG

  • Michelangelo Hotel, Sandton (5*)
  • MORNING: Early morning game drive.
  • BREAKFAST: Your final breakfast in the African bush will be relaxed and leisurely.
  • TRANSFER: Mid-morning transfer from Goudrivier back to Johannesburg arriving in Sandton in time for lunch.
  • CHECK-IN: Michelangelo Hotel, Sandton.
  • LUNCH: Enjoy lunch at your hotel.
  • AFTERNOON: At leisure. You will be located within the Sandton Shopping Centre & Nelson Mandela Square so you have some time to enjoy some last minute shopping.
  • DINNER: Local restaurant.
  • OVERNIGHT: Michelangelo Hotel, sharing.
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DAY 13: SANDTON - OR TAMBO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

  • BREAKFAST: Breakfast at the luxurious Michelangelo Hotel.
  • MORNING: Visit to the University of the Witwatersrand (WITS), Archaeological Department. Enjoy a presentation by a WITS researcher and enjoy an insight into the WITS Evolutionary Studies Institute (ESI) & Rock Art Research Institute (RARI) and finally a tour through the WITS Origins Centre
  • LUNCH: Local restaurant en-route to the O.R. Tambo International Airport for your onward flight.
  • TRANSFER: Based on your flight time of departure you will be transferred to the airport.
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INCLUDED IN THE PACKAGE:

  • 12 Nights’, 4 & 5* accommodation, sharing.
  • 13 Days transfer in luxury minibus.
  • Dedicated driver / guide.
  • Specialist guide & tour leader.
  • Meals & beverages as indicated.
  • Cultural content, site visits, presentations & discussions.
  • Game viewing activities in 4 x 4 safari vehicles as indicated in the itinerary.
  • Hot Air Balloon Safari in Magaliesberg.
  • Hotel & Airport porterages.
  • Tips for drivers, guides and trackers.

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