Ekukhanyeni’s retreat centre is the ideal venue for Christian, family, and group gatherings.
Let us support your spiritual journey. Beautiful and serene, your Christian retreat at Ekukhanyeni will prove purposeful and grounding. With our Christian mission to provide service and support to underprivileged children and youth living in South Africa, your attendance to our facility will not only bring peace and hope into your heart, but it will also contribute to the prosperity of our charitable endeavors. As a valued guest of Ekukhanyeni, you will have access to our stunning stone chapel, facility grounds, and excellent dining.
Looking to reconnect with your loved ones? Ekukhanyeni welcomes families to explore the grounds, participate in exciting activities, hike along our mountain trails, and spend some quality time in our sparkling pool. With excellent dining and accommodations, Ekukhanyeni provides all of the tools your family needs to make memories that will last a lifetime.
Ekukhanyeni is equipped to serve a variety of groups looking for accommodation. Yoga groups, business networks, hiking groups, backpackers, or clubs – Ekukhanyeni can design the customized retreat package you need.
To support the facilitators and participants of a retreat, our Guest House features ten beautiful double rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Those staying in the guesthouse will have access to their own bathrooms, lounge, and TV-viewing area. Should you require additional rooms, our Dormitory rooms feature 100 beds.
Ekukhanyeni’s over-night rates are very reasonable and include breakfast.
Please contact us at + 27 (0) 82 923 9569 for a more accurate estimate of your stay.
Advanced bookings are necessary.
Minimum number of participants: 20 people.
The Ekukhanyeni Retreat Centre is unique in that funds raised through the accommodation side of our business directly impact the charitable side of our initiative – through Mamkhulu.org. By choosing to stay with us, you are impacting and helping to improve the lives of struggling and disadvantaged South African children, youth, and their mothers.