Umtata or Mthatha as it is now known is Madiba country because this is where Nelson Mandela grew up, spending a good part of his youth in Qunu. Today the main buildings of the Nelson Mandela Museum are in Umtata. Transkei still has areas where all the old traditions remain intact and today tourists can actually stay in homes and live the life of the Xhosa and do the Nelson Mandela Route which starts in King Williams Town to Umtata.
Today there are lots of different types of accommodation in Mthatha that offer great deals and which can offer both budget and luxury accommodation in and around Mthatha area. The Sikumbule Nathi Guest House offers quality affordable accommodation to help cope with the influx of visitors wanting to see where Madiba lived and to enjoy all the activities and beauty of the area. The guest house is found in Southernwood, Mthatha, and offers guests quality accommodation as well as conference facilities.
Whats on Offer:
12 en-suite rooms
dining area and a living room with TV
they arrange trips to the museum in Mthatha and the Qunu Museum
5 Cormorant St
For more info and bookings CLICK HERE.
Tel: 047 532 4353
Cell: 072 189 8143