Along ancient places in a landscape of infinity
The moment you get off the plane you soon feel the ‘primal’ of the African continent.
We visit two areas. We start in the province of Mpumulanga, northeast of Johannesberg, a beautiful country! In addition, thousands of stone circles have been found in this area. According to Michael Tellinger, researcher and publicist and founder of the Stone Circle Museum, these circles date from a very long time ago, from far before the European megalithic cultures. We dive into the mystery here, guided by Michael.
The second part of the journey we travel around in the beautiful surroundings of Cape Town. Caves, mountains, ritual places and of course the beautiful coast. Together with guide Dean Liprini, we visit a number of highlights of this region, often at beautiful moments during the day.
This journey gives an intense and unique experience through the beautiful country, the places and areas with ancient wisdom and the meditations!
At this moment the practical details are not yet known. Are you interested? Mail it to us and we will send you the information as soon as possible.
17th to 27th of September 2020
The preliminary program
Mpumulanga (2 days)
Stone circles – Waterfall Upstairs
Stone Circle Museum – Waterfall Upstairs
Surroundings Cape Town
Cape Town area (4 days)
Great Motherstone Llandudno
Watchman Cave & Granite Skull Observatory
Peers Burial Cave Sun Valley
Sugar Bossie Sacred Cave & Equinox Rocks
Cederberg Mountains (1 day)
Hermanus (1 day)
Whale Watch excursion by boat
Garden Route (1 day)
Cathedral Rock – Keurboom Beach
Tjeerd Gorter and Paul Martijn with guides Michael Tellinger and Dean Liprini