TESTIMONIAL: Dear Lyn and Carol-Anne, I received the 190 Kikoy towels on Friday. I have only opened one box so far, and they are stunning! The quality is excellent and the variety of colours is outstanding. Thank you for your assistance with this order, I know that when our staff receive them we will be getting some rave reviews.
Britt Guedes, Marketing Co-Ordinator, CIB
Kikoy wraps (sarongs), Kikoy beach towels, Maasai Shuka blankets, African headdress (doeks), picnic blankets, Traditional Maasai bead jewellery and other gifts from Africa are waiting for you in our online SHOP
Feel the presence of Africa no matter where in the world you are! If you are looking for Christmas gifts, birthday gifts, wedding gifts, anniversary gifts or a gift for any special occasion, we can help. Our products are hand-made from traditional African fabrics.
We have a beautiful range of Kikoy beach towels, traditional Kikoy wraps (Sarongs) for men and women as well as the popular traditional Maasai Shuka blankets. Our Mud fabrics in earth colours make exquisite wall hangings. Colourful Kangas are beautiful traditional wraps for those sweltering summer days – we source them from various African countries. We also stock items made from traditional Shweshwe fabrics.
Traditional Maasai bead jewellery is a popular fashion item – we have a selection for you and we are constantly adding to our selection. Take a look at the Maasai bead necklaces and bracelets as well as the colourful Maasai earrings. We are constantly updating our range of African headscarves (doeks, headdress). Take a look at some headscarf wrapping ideas: Style Ideas
Our Kikoys wraps/ sarongs are sourced from Tanzania and Kenya, the Masai Shukas are sourced from Tanzania and Kenya and our traditional Shweshwe fabrics come from the Eastern Cape in South Africa. More…
So many ways to wear a headscarf in South Africa
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Traditional Headdress (doek) becoming a style statement
Headscarves, or doeks as they are commonly known in South Africa, have been worn as headdresses for years for cultural reasons. Doeks have also been worn as a fashion statement but they were worn traditionally [...]
What is the difference between Kikoy and Sarong?
We are often asked what the difference is between a kikoy and a sarong. The difference is that both are the name for a "wrap" but the names are used differently in different countries. The name [...]
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Maasai Shukas can keep you warm too
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