Project Description

Biodiversity loss is by far the biggest threat to South Africa´s environmental and tourism capital. As a result there is a natural incentive for stakeholders in the tourism industry to take ownership of a powerful initiative that secures the very resources on which this industry depends.

Trees for Tourism is a vehicle for tourists and companies affiliated in any manner with the tourism industry, to counterbalance the tourism-related footprint. To achieve this aim, Serendipity Africa has partnered with Platbos Conservation Trust and Farm 215 to plant out indigenous trees on a large scale in order to enhance, re-connect and re-create pristine eco-forest systems.