South Coast Tourism launches new coastal farmland experiences

Winona Griggs

South Coast Tourism Introduces Exciting Coastal Farmland Experiences

Guess what? The South Coast of KZN isn’t just about beautiful beaches and sunny weather. Did you know that there are amazing places to visit in the countryside too? To make sure you get a taste of everything this region has to offer, Ugu South Coast Tourism has come up with a brilliant idea: the KZN South Coast Agri-CULTURE Tours.

Now, hold on tight, because this tour is going to take you to some incredible spots where you can experience the magic of coastal farmlands.

BBS Farm (Southport)

South Coast Tourism launches new coastal farmland experiences

Welcome to BBS Farm! We’re a women-owned organization founded by Busisiwe, Bongi, and Slindile. Our dedicated team of nearly 40 employees work on the farm, cultivating a variety of delicious produce including green peppers, bananas, tomatoes, and macadamia nuts.

When you visit BBS Farm, you’ll have the opportunity to see our amazing organically-grown crops, learn about our hydroponic system, and even take a tour of our macadamia trees. And if you’re in the mood for some fishing, you can enjoy that too at our beautiful dam.

Here are the operating hours for our tours: weekdays from 10am to 10:45am, and 1pm to 1:45pm; weekends from 11am to 11:45am, and 12:45pm to 1:30pm.

If you’d like to get in touch, please feel free to call us at 079 568 1815, or email us at [email protected] You can also find us on Facebook under the name ‘BBS Farm’.

Animal Farm at B’s Guesthouse (Harding)

South Coast Tourism launches new coastal farmland experiences

I am delighted to tell you about B’s Guesthouse, a charming bed and breakfast just outside Harding, a small farming town. It’s an ideal place to stop over during your journey to the Eastern Cape or Durban.

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When you stay at B’s Guesthouse, there is so much to explore and enjoy. You can try your hand at fishing in the nearby dam, take a leisurely hike through the beautiful macadamia trees, or have a delightful encounter with the farm’s animals. Get to know emus, Bun Bun the rabbit, and Hamlet, a lively potbellied pig.

Here are the operating hours for B’s Guesthouse: Monday to Friday from 8am to 8pm, Saturday from 7am to 3pm, and Sunday from 11am to 3pm.

If you would like to get in touch with them, you can contact B’s Guesthouse at 076 650 4587 or through email at [email protected]. For more information, you can also visit their website.

Now, let me introduce you to Ubumbano Homestead (Amandawe).

South Coast Tourism launches new coastal farmland experiences

Welcome to our farm! Here, you can see how we grow our produce, harvest it, and even taste some of it. You can also have a delightful picnic in the shade of our trees and enjoy homemade treats like macadamia nut biscuits and brittle or baked mielie loaf.

We are open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Don’t forget to book your visit in advance!

If you have any questions or want to make a booking, you can reach us at 039 976 7668 or 081 508 7672. You can also email us at [email protected]

Visit the Beaver Creek Coffee Estate in Port Edward

South Coast Tourism launches new coastal farmland experiences

Welcome to the Beaver Creek Coffee Estate, the most southerly coffee estate in the entire world! We’re proud to carry on the tradition of coffee brewing passed down through three generations. Come and join us on our Crop to Cup tour, where you can get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the coffee production process. And don’t forget to treat yourself to a delicious breakfast at our on-site café!

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Interested in visiting? Here are some important details you need to know:

– Our Estate Café is open every day from 8am to 4pm, except on Christmas Day when we’re closed. If you’d like to take part in the daily Crop to Cup tour, make sure you arrive by 12 noon. Keep in mind that booking is essential during the holiday season, so be sure to secure your spot in advance.

– Our seasons are as follows: Summer is from December 10th to January 5th, Autumn is from April 12th to March 3rd, Winter is from July 3rd to July 25th, and Spring is from September 25th to October 7th.

– If you need to contact us, you can reach us at 039 311 2347/15 or via email at [email protected]. For more information, feel free to visit our website.

Next up, we have Mac Banana in Port Edward. Stay tuned!

South Coast Tourism launches new coastal farmland experiences

Hey there! Looking for a fun-filled outing for the whole family? Look no further than this amazing retail and entertainment center! You won’t be disappointed with the wide array of activities on offer here, with over 20 to choose from.

What’s on the menu? Well, you can find four fantastic restaurants where you and your loved ones can grab a delicious bite to eat. And if you’re feeling adventurous, why not test your skills at the rope adventure park? Or maybe you’d prefer a round of putt putt golf? Whatever tickles your fancy, they’ve got it!

If you’re up for a challenge, their archery and airgun range is calling your name. It’s an experience you won’t soon forget! But wait, there’s more! With so many options available, there’s something for everyone at this fantastic location.

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Oh, and don’t you worry about the operating hours. They’ve got you covered! They are open from 8am to 5pm every day, Monday to Sunday, when it’s not the peak season. And during the peak season, they extend their hours until 6pm. How great is that?

Need to get in touch? No problem! You can reach them at 039 319 1033 or 039 319 1454. If you prefer email, just shoot them a message at [email protected] They’ll be more than happy to assist you!

So, what are you waiting for? Head on over to their website for more information and get ready for an unforgettable family outing at this incredible place!

Mpenjati Coffee (Mpenjati/Munster)

South Coast Tourism launches new coastal farmland experiences

If you’re looking for a unique coffee experience, you’ll love Mpenjati Coffee. Nestled alongside the meandering Mpenjati River, this coffee farm is truly a gem.

You have the opportunity to take a guided tour of the entire farm, where you can witness the various stages of coffee production, from pulping and drying to hulling, separating, grading, and roasting. It’s an educational and eye-opening experience that will deepen your appreciation for the art of coffee-making.

The farm operates from 8am to 4pm every day, so you have plenty of time to fit in a visit. However, keep in mind that the farm tour is limited to small groups of four people, so you’ll need to make a reservation in advance to secure your spot.

For more information or to book your tour, you can get in touch with Des Wichmann at 083 440 4431. You can also visit their website at www.mpenjaticoffee.co.za for additional details.

Visit Mpenjati Coffee for a truly unique and unforgettable coffee experience!

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South Coast Tourism Introduces Exciting Coastal Farmland Experiences

Guess what? The South Coast of KZN isn’t just about beautiful beaches and sunny weather. Did you know that there are amazing places to visit in the countryside too? To make sure you get a taste of everything this region has to offer, Ugu South Coast Tourism has come up with a brilliant idea: the KZN South Coast Agri-CULTURE Tours.

Now, hold on tight, because this tour is going to take you to some incredible spots where you can experience the magic of coastal farmlands.

BBS Farm (Southport)

South Coast Tourism launches new coastal farmland experiences

Welcome to BBS Farm! We’re a women-owned organization founded by Busisiwe, Bongi, and Slindile. Our dedicated team of nearly 40 employees work on the farm, cultivating a variety of delicious produce including green peppers, bananas, tomatoes, and macadamia nuts.

When you visit BBS Farm, you’ll have the opportunity to see our amazing organically-grown crops, learn about our hydroponic system, and even take a tour of our macadamia trees. And if you’re in the mood for some fishing, you can enjoy that too at our beautiful dam.

Here are the operating hours for our tours: weekdays from 10am to 10:45am, and 1pm to 1:45pm; weekends from 11am to 11:45am, and 12:45pm to 1:30pm.

If you’d like to get in touch, please feel free to call us at 079 568 1815, or email us at [email protected] You can also find us on Facebook under the name ‘BBS Farm’.

Animal Farm at B’s Guesthouse (Harding)

South Coast Tourism launches new coastal farmland experiences

I am delighted to tell you about B’s Guesthouse, a charming bed and breakfast just outside Harding, a small farming town. It’s an ideal place to stop over during your journey to the Eastern Cape or Durban.

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When you stay at B’s Guesthouse, there is so much to explore and enjoy. You can try your hand at fishing in the nearby dam, take a leisurely hike through the beautiful macadamia trees, or have a delightful encounter with the farm’s animals. Get to know emus, Bun Bun the rabbit, and Hamlet, a lively potbellied pig.

Here are the operating hours for B’s Guesthouse: Monday to Friday from 8am to 8pm, Saturday from 7am to 3pm, and Sunday from 11am to 3pm.

If you would like to get in touch with them, you can contact B’s Guesthouse at 076 650 4587 or through email at [email protected]. For more information, you can also visit their website.

Now, let me introduce you to Ubumbano Homestead (Amandawe).

South Coast Tourism launches new coastal farmland experiences

Welcome to our farm! Here, you can see how we grow our produce, harvest it, and even taste some of it. You can also have a delightful picnic in the shade of our trees and enjoy homemade treats like macadamia nut biscuits and brittle or baked mielie loaf.

We are open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Don’t forget to book your visit in advance!

If you have any questions or want to make a booking, you can reach us at 039 976 7668 or 081 508 7672. You can also email us at [email protected]

Visit the Beaver Creek Coffee Estate in Port Edward

South Coast Tourism launches new coastal farmland experiences

Welcome to the Beaver Creek Coffee Estate, the most southerly coffee estate in the entire world! We’re proud to carry on the tradition of coffee brewing passed down through three generations. Come and join us on our Crop to Cup tour, where you can get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the coffee production process. And don’t forget to treat yourself to a delicious breakfast at our on-site café!

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Interested in visiting? Here are some important details you need to know:

– Our Estate Café is open every day from 8am to 4pm, except on Christmas Day when we’re closed. If you’d like to take part in the daily Crop to Cup tour, make sure you arrive by 12 noon. Keep in mind that booking is essential during the holiday season, so be sure to secure your spot in advance.

– Our seasons are as follows: Summer is from December 10th to January 5th, Autumn is from April 12th to March 3rd, Winter is from July 3rd to July 25th, and Spring is from September 25th to October 7th.

– If you need to contact us, you can reach us at 039 311 2347/15 or via email at [email protected]. For more information, feel free to visit our website.

Next up, we have Mac Banana in Port Edward. Stay tuned!

South Coast Tourism launches new coastal farmland experiences

Hey there! Looking for a fun-filled outing for the whole family? Look no further than this amazing retail and entertainment center! You won’t be disappointed with the wide array of activities on offer here, with over 20 to choose from.

What’s on the menu? Well, you can find four fantastic restaurants where you and your loved ones can grab a delicious bite to eat. And if you’re feeling adventurous, why not test your skills at the rope adventure park? Or maybe you’d prefer a round of putt putt golf? Whatever tickles your fancy, they’ve got it!

If you’re up for a challenge, their archery and airgun range is calling your name. It’s an experience you won’t soon forget! But wait, there’s more! With so many options available, there’s something for everyone at this fantastic location.

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Oh, and don’t you worry about the operating hours. They’ve got you covered! They are open from 8am to 5pm every day, Monday to Sunday, when it’s not the peak season. And during the peak season, they extend their hours until 6pm. How great is that?

Need to get in touch? No problem! You can reach them at 039 319 1033 or 039 319 1454. If you prefer email, just shoot them a message at [email protected] They’ll be more than happy to assist you!

So, what are you waiting for? Head on over to their website for more information and get ready for an unforgettable family outing at this incredible place!

Mpenjati Coffee (Mpenjati/Munster)

South Coast Tourism launches new coastal farmland experiences

If you’re looking for a unique coffee experience, you’ll love Mpenjati Coffee. Nestled alongside the meandering Mpenjati River, this coffee farm is truly a gem.

You have the opportunity to take a guided tour of the entire farm, where you can witness the various stages of coffee production, from pulping and drying to hulling, separating, grading, and roasting. It’s an educational and eye-opening experience that will deepen your appreciation for the art of coffee-making.

The farm operates from 8am to 4pm every day, so you have plenty of time to fit in a visit. However, keep in mind that the farm tour is limited to small groups of four people, so you’ll need to make a reservation in advance to secure your spot.

For more information or to book your tour, you can get in touch with Des Wichmann at 083 440 4431. You can also visit their website at www.mpenjaticoffee.co.za for additional details.

Visit Mpenjati Coffee for a truly unique and unforgettable coffee experience!

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