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To make your stay truly unique, partake in one of our craft workshops. The workshops take place all over the Penduka terrain and you will be quided by the supervisors of different skill sections. Please book 2 weeks in advance. In our workshops, you can view  or learn handcraft technics like:

- Glass recycling methods to make your own jewelry

- Handcraft your own story by embroidery

- Make a traditional African Potjie kos on an open fire with our restaurant ladies

- Batik a product ‘the African way’

- Learn drumming and dancing

- Penduka 'Wake up' morning exercise: Start the day fresh and get your body in action by joining 15-20 minutes work out exercises on the Penduka premises

- Our Harmonature tour shows you the green side of Penduka, our sustainable concept with organic garden, renewable energy and social aspect of Penduka. For our guests interested in sustainability and how we employ it, David will take you around and show you the Aquaponics project, our renewable watering system, the organic chickenfarm and garden, and the parabol solar process.

- On the living village tour, new technologies are shown in an old context of how the different Namibian ethnic's housings were built traditionally. The Damara house with openings for light through plastic waterbottles is where the embroidery ladies like to get together on hot days. Also, there is a caprivi house in which we grow our mushrooms. In the Ovambo house, staff meetings take place to let people sit in a circle and close to one another. The Kavongo shed is where the batik materials are getting rinsed and cleaned. Story telling can take place at the Oshiwanda, the traditional place where men sit during the evening waiting for dinner

- In the evening, cook your own meal over the fire on a three-legged stove from fresh ingredients found in our organic garden and chickenfarm. Having a truly sustainable concept, all our warm water is obtained from renewable sources.
All experiences are rounded off with a pickup and drop-off service or a meal at the Penduka restaurant if you wish. A great day outside the city, even if you just have one day - a truly authentic Namibian experience, plus you support a good cause. Please book in advance.

Penduka organises excursions. You can visit women at their homes in Katatura, the township of Windhoek or to the Wake Up daycare centre in Otjimuise. For more information click here. Please contact us on the form to the left to find out details.

Penduka dancing group

The Penduka women are not just good at making beautiful products, they can also dance very well. You can book the Penduka dancing group on our Penduka venue or at your own location - just contact us to find out more. Please book at least one week in advance.