On the organic experience, we take a journey through Johannesburg's neighbourhood “Bertrams” that has been the melting pot of regeneration and upliftment of old and unused spaces, turning them to Eco-friendly spaces, co-working spaces and urban farming.
R1350 per person
Schedule & duration
Start time: 15h00
Approximately 4 hours.
Freshly squeezed organic juice
A Truly Organic Experience
Organic food has somewhat become an expensive option in the aisles of our grocery stores. Not to mention, food security is becoming an ever growing concern for people around the world. On this experience, you'll learn the basics of how to grow organic food, and how to become self-sustaining without having to spend money. We take you on a tour of this wonderful valley and learn the rich history of the valley and where it’s going, but for the most part, you will be taken on an urban farming journey where you will understand not only the importance of eating healthy organic food, but how simple it is to start your own supply of home grown organic food.
A Learning Experience
Re-connect with the earth and it's healing power. Learn how to start your own food garden and how to improve your health with organically grown food. You will also get to enjoy a delicious meal prepared from the produce of one of the farms we will visit on this tour. The chef, in her passion, also takes us through her journey of healthy eating and how she sees it becoming a huge part of our lifestyles.
What type of cuisine?
From the earth to your belly. Come, and experience an organic meal with us.
"Absolute amazing perspective-changing tour of Johannesburg. As regular traveller to East Africa, Joburg seemed like many other large African cities. I was warned that you have to watch out in certain areas and could be easily robbed. A perspective was built around a criminal intensive city. When I did the tour, this perspective was radically changed and I came to deeply appreciate Joburg... a much deeper insight in Africa than on any other tour I have done in my many travels."
Erik van der Zanden wrote a review Mar. 2020