Mothers of Creation Rural Tourism Route
Address:Several places on the Garden Route, Several places on the Garden Route
Tel:+27 (0)83 383 0119
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The Mothers of Creation Rural Tourism route is inspired by rural women who are opening their homes and hearts to tourists. Their homestay accommodation is situated in beautiful natural forests, mountains and agricultural areas of the Garden Route.
This is a different experience which will require you to put yourself in the shoes of your hosts and rough it! Leave behind running water, electricity, flushing toilets and preconceived ideas. Choose the excitement of the unknown and the opportunity to share the reality of other people’s lives.
Toilet facilities: The majority of the toilets are long drops (outside toilets with either a bucket or a large open hole beneath the toilet).
Towel: Although it is not necessary for all homestays, it is suggested that own towels are taken.
Linen: Linen is provided at the majority of the establishments however, confirm this when making reservations.
Water: Some of the establishments do not have running water inside the homestays.
Meals served are the traditional food your hosts' eat themselves. The local people take pride in their cooking and visitors will definitely leave feeling well-fed. Should you prefer vegetarian meals, the ladies will gladly oblige. The majority of the communities have their own vegetable gardens and they pride themselves on their ability to grow their vegetables organically.
How to book a stay
As the communities are generally quite a distance from established towns, your hosts need at least 48 hours notice to prepare for your stay. Contact them directly on the number given. You won't be able to book online or via e-mail.
How to get to your accommodation
As far as possible, directions are supplied for most communities and local establishments. However, once you arrive in the community, locals can usually give you further directions.
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