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Situated just off the N3 halfway between Pietermaritzburg and Durban in the beautiful countryside of the Harrison Valley, Assagay Coffee Farm welcomes visitors to tour the plantation and learn more about coffee farming and manufacturing.
Rosemary Hill is a beautiful estate where guests can reconnect with nature, experience farm life, eat fresh organic food, explore the trails and find space to breathe.

Our aim is to leave a legacy of learning and shared resources while making a sustainable difference to society

Goedverwacht is situated off the R399 near Piketberg. The village was established as a cattle farm in 1810 by a farmer, Hendrik Schalk Burger. He bequethed the farm to his slave Maniesa and her descendants. In 1889 the Moravian Missionaries bought the farm and since then the locals have been involved in the property.

The Church building, modern styled houses and the beautiful gardens are examples of the fine local craftsmanship. The tranquillity of the village is complimented by big evergreen trees along the main road.

!Khwa ttu is a project dedicated to a San culture and education centre. It is run by a Non-Profit Company, jointly directed by the Swiss Ubuntu Foundation and San community, represented by WIMSA (Working Group for Indigenous Minorities in Southern Africa).
Heart of Abalone conducts guided walking tours on the oldest and largest abalone farm in South Africa, Abagold. Here, in the New Harbour of Hermanus, the world’s most sought-after seafood is cultivated in close harmony with nature.
Verlorenkloof started off as a dairy farm and has grown to also offer accommodation.
Aquaculture has been one the World’s fastest growing Agri-sectors for the past decade and a half. Much of this growth has been driven by the need to find alternative fish supplies to rapidly dwindling fish stocks both marine and freshwater, also from increased demand in fish consumption.
The lodge is situated at the back corner of Carnarvon estate in a quiet environment which affords nature loving guests to be in touch with nature.
As one of only two such museums in the world, the Wheat Industry Museum in Moorreesburg is a truly special feature of the Western Cape, adding to the charm of the South African experience.
Welcome to Boesmansdrift, for the genuine country-living experience! Come and relax in our fully furnished self-catering farm house, surrounded with a beautiful enclosed garden on the one side and fruit orchard along the other.
Dr Brylyne Chitsunge is an internationally acclaimed expert and facilitator in the African context.
Buhle is a non-profit organisation that was established in the year 2000 to train and mentor new and developing farmers from across South Africa, enabling them to run their own profitable and sustainable farming businesses.
Bartholomeus Klip (BK) is a wonderfully restored Victorian homestead on an operational wheat and sheep farm amid the 10,000 acres Elandsberg Nature Reserve in the Cape Winelands, just outside Riebeek and a mere 15 minutes’ drive from Wellington.
We welcome visitors to a great farm experience. Situated next to the Bergriver we mainly grow grains like wheat, barley, lupins and oats.
The Dutch Hugo Guest Farm is a fully operational sheep farm, situated on the farm Canariesfontein, about half way between Carnarvon and Loxton in the Karoo.
The little hamlet of Herold lies almost halfway between George and Oudtshoorn offering not only peaceful tranquillity and serene contemplation, but access to both the coastal and inland attractions of the Klein Karoo, Garden Route and Langkloof.
The revival of Riel dance in and around Wupperthal is a community initiative close to the heart of Bushmans Kloof and Floris Smith. 'Die Nuwe Graskoue Trappers' riel dance troupe was born in 2012 when Floris Smith made one of his frequent visits to the nearby village of Wupperthal, reaching out to the youth by starting a riel dance project supported by Bushmans Kloof.
The Rooibos Route is an outflow of the Rooibos Teahouse, started in August 2012 by sisters Sanet and Marietjie. They found that tourists asked a lot of questions about this unique tea and realised that a route will add value to the tourists’ experience.
Honeywood Farm has been in the Moodie family since 1817 and borders the wild and wonderful Grootvadersbosch Nature Reserve up against the Langeberg Mountains.
Skeiding is a working ostrich, sheep, Nguni cattle, wheat and canola farm close to the N2 and halfway (250 km) between Cape Town and Knysna.

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