To visit this fascinating community project, contact the Zulu Mpophomeni Tourism Experience office (also on this route) so that a tour guide can be arranged. The garden was started in 1998 and has flourished since then. 25 People work in the garden – providing vegetables for both their own families and for sale in the community. Cabbage, spinach, tomatoes, potatoes and other vegetables are grown using the Permaculture method.
It is a constant struggle financially to keep the garden sustianable, and donations will be willingly accepted. Why not take some time and help out with some weeding or digging!