Hogsback Festival of Trees

Hogsback

This establishment practices or provides the following eco choices:
  • Water Saving
  • Energy Saving
  • Recycling
  • Glass
  • Paper
  • Tin
  • Plastic
  • Organic
  • Renewable Energy
  • Green Design
  • Carbon Neutral
  • Biodiversity
  • Local Products

[Dates 23 - 25 September 2016] Join us and have fun, plant trees, learn lots, boogy the nights away with local musos and DJ’s, eat well, attend environmental workshops and experience the beauty of Hogsback and Terra-Khaya. We will plant thousands of trees and grow more enchanted forests in the Amathole Mountains. Hogsback’s incredible Yellowwood forests are home to the endangered Cape Parrot, Samango Monkey and other endangered species. By rehabilitating the wattle invaded land and planting indigenous trees in this unique cloud sanctuary, we will be growing diversity and enhancing the abundance of life in our threatened forests and adjacent grasslands. 

This year, the festival is hosted by Terra-Khaya “Earth Home Project” with Greenpop partnering with us to host the tree planting day. All who attend can expect to enjoy hikes in Hogsback’s incredible forests, attend and participate in workshops, do yoga, plant trees, enjoy delicious meals, live music and visit the oldest Yellowwood in the Eastern Cape!

Festival Ticket Prices

Adults: R480 – arriving Friday pm – Sunday afternoon

Children: 4-12yrs: R380

Schools Day Ticket: R200/student inclusive of breakfast, lunch, tree planting and entertainment.

 

Tickets include:

Festival entry

Camping at Terra-Khaya (Friday, Saturday & Sunday nights)

3 delicious vegetarian meals on the Saturday (planting day)

Trees for planting

Great party night on the Saturday eve with live bands and DJs

Discussion groups and market on the Sunday

 

Tickets exclude:

Meals on the Friday and Sunday

Accommodation (you will need to book your own accommodation at Terra-Khaya or other accommodation establishments in Hogsback separately - (pls see list below)

Camping, accommodation, meals or courses costs for the eco-week (26 September - 2 October).

Drinks from the bar

Transport to the festival

 

For alternative accommodation in Hogsback visit www.hogsbackinfo.co.za

Eco-Week:

Monday 26 September - Sunday 2 October 2016 

An add-on week of workshops, courses and discussions. 

Pay as you go - stay for the week or part thereof. Pay for accommodation, camping, courses and meals as you require. (Camping at Terra-Khaya @R50pp/night)

Permaculture, Natural Building, Foraging, Medicinal Plants and Herbs, Natural Horsemanship, Beekeeping………..

 

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QUICK FACTS
What: Organisation, Outdoor Activities, Events
Where is this: Hogsback
GPS Co-ordinates: S 32°34'53''   E 26°54'45''
Two months after the Reforest Fest in Hogsback I sit and wonder about how our little trees are doing. I dream about the day I can return to a special forest on Terra Khaya. I am so grateful for Eco Atlas to have made me aware of the Green Pop movement! The fun that was had to plant a mass of trees with stunning people from across the country has left me following when similar events are scheduled to happen. I certainly don't want to miss out.
Anja Wiehl, September 2014
My friend and I had an awe-inspiring weekend at Hogsback in the Eastern Cape. It was truly beautiful to be in the presence of so many like-minded, green-loving people at the Reforest Festival. I arrived back home, in Durban, feeling revived and inspired. I look forward to being involved in another one of GreenPop's tree-planting events in the future.
Clea Rawlins, September 2014
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