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Spanning 6 continents and a wealth of wilderness, National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World™ are places where guests can discover parts of the world that not many get to know.
Unique locations where they get the chance to slow down and truly discover the environment and help to preserve the treasures of our planet for generations to come.
In 2003 the Grootbos Foundation was formalised with the vision to conserve the Cape Floral Kingdom and uplift the communities therein.
As a result of our ongoing efforts, we have become recognised as a leading example of sustainability and positive impact travel. Being selected as a member of National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World™ is an accolade that further cements our position as pioneers in sustainable tourism.
The Football Foundation provides after-school training in football, hockey, athletics, rugby and netball at 16 under-resourced schools.
International volunteers work with us to lend their support to our programmes and change lives in the process.
Our Siyakhula programmes support social enterprise development, with the Careers, Employability and Entrepreneurship offered at 6 Overberg High Schools and small businesses across the region.
The Green Futures College provides horticultural, field ranging and eco-tourism training to members of neighbouring communities.
The Agulhas Green Corridor project is working to connect the Walker Bay Fynbos Conservancy with the Agulhas National Park.
Through our ecological research on Grootbos Private Nature Reserve, we have identified 806 unique types of fynbos.
COVID-19 is highlighting the fragility of our economic and societal systems. Grootbos’s work is fundamentally linked to building sustainable systems and is invigorated by our vision for the future.Envisioning Our Future