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The Judah Square Rastafarian village was founded in 1993, and is the largest Rastafarian community in South Africa. You can do a walking tour of the community and overnight in the Rastafarian community. You also have the opportunity to go on a...more
Brother Zebs was our tour guide and made the tour so much fun for us all. We walked the area and saw the school, the church, the art on the walls, etc. We were told about the history of the area and the community as...More
Visited Judah square with friends and had a very unique experience. We were showed around the area by a local who very passionately told us about the Rasta beliefs and culture. We met the people, saw the creche and visited their tabernacle. I left with...More
My guests were very disappointed, no buildings such as the temple/the creche/the residences were allowed to be viewed inside, only the murals in the public places, and obviously therefore there were no residents around/no music and very little as was advertised
Brother Zebulon is so animated he should be in a movie. As i've taken people to visit Knysna's Rastafari community several times, i'm well aware of his enthusiasm and knowledge. The tour takes about 20 minutes during which you will view large wall paintings on...More