The DumaZulu Traditional Village is home to over 50 Zulu residents forming part of a “living museum”. Dumazulu – meaning “Thundering Zulu” – is the largest Zulu village of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and the only tourist Zulu village to be opened by King Goodwill Zwelithini – placing the royal Zulu stamp of approval on the objectives and authenticity of DumaZulu. DumaZulu Traditional Village represents the different tribal peoples of Southern Africa, including Zulu, Swazi, North Sotho, Xhosa, Venda, Tsonga, and Ndebele, and the interior is tastefully decorated in ethnic fabrics and tribal memorabilia. The Village facilitates a cultural tour where guests can watch and learn about Zulu traditions including basket-weaving, spear and shield making, beadwork, pot-making, sangoma bone-throwing and spectacular Zulu dancing. The knowledgeable guide will also answer questions and provide insights into the heritage and culture of the Zulu nation.