We are excited to share the launch of our Agritourism Projects with you, although it is still early days we are working hard at developing this section of our website.
We encourage you to keep an eye out over the coming weeks as we update our projects page on our site and share these projects with you on our various social media pages.
We look forward to this new adventure and the opportunity to showcase these interesting projects throughout Africa!
Please note that while we are passionate about these projects, we can not provide any funding. Any individuals requiring funding should contact SEEZA.
Tlhaho ya Moafrika
The Creatives is an Organisation run by Young Visionaries based in Vaal Triangle, that aims to collaborate creative minds of unemployed graduates from TVET Colleges and Universities across South Africa.
Lanyula Sustainable Rural Project
Lanyula Sustainable Rural Project is going to be unique in so many ways and can be a model for other villages in Zimbabwe.
COBATI is a non-profit tourism NGO established in 1998 to help rural Uganda communities in high tourism potential areas to supplement household incomes through community tourism enterprises. The focus is mainly on empowering women through homestead tourism, handicraft production, and rural hospitality.
Adanwomase Kente Cloth & Ecotourism Centre Ghana
The home of quality Kente Cloth and Friendly Cultural Tourism. Adanwomase is excited to promote their culture by broadcasting the beautiful art of hand-woven kente to the entire world. They are delighted to share the history of this detailed craft. All of their tour guides are well-experienced and have been dedicated to sharing the history of this technical craft for several years.
Tshwane Green Heritage Route
The Tshwane Green Route runs from the mountainous Haartebeespoort to the Tswaing Meteorite Crater. The route uses the Molefe Makinta Road (M21) that cuts across 6 townships and villages which include an agricultural settlement of the Batswana Tribe.
Ochre is a luxury brand inspired by the South African landscape and its cultural heritage. We seek to ensure that we utilise and appreciate every resource our beautiful landscape and people have to offer. We thus ensure that the Ochre customer is in possession of a unique piece of South African creativity.