Living Landscape Project
The Living Landscape Project is a community-based initiative to create jobs by using the results of many years of archaeological research. Funding for this project is managed through the Krakadouw Trust. The main programmes are the development of school curricula that incorporate archaeological materials and exercises and the training of local people as guides, craftspeople and heritage managers. The focal point of these activities is the old St Johns School in Park Street, Clanwilliam, recently bought and renovated by the University of Cape Town.
Rock art trails
On the Warmhoek rock art trail visitors, explore paintings as you journey across the landscape with trained guides, visiting places painted by pre-colonial hunters and gatherers.
For information on prices for accommodation and rock art trails please contact: +27 (0)27 482 1911 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more details please visit the website: www.cllp.uct.ac.za/index.htm