Re-Tree-t to the Forest this Human Rights Day!

Re-Tree-t to the Forest

May the Forest be with you! Reforest your HEART. Reforest your EARTH.

Over the long weekend (19-22 March 2021) the team at Bodhi Khaya Nature Retreat will celebrate Human Rights Day (and the Rights of Nature to live and thrive) by planting over 1000 indigenous trees at Bodhi Khaya.

A single tree sequesters 1 ton of carbon over 40 years. They plan to plant 300,000 trees in 30 years which equates to over 12 million tons of carbon! The restored forest will become home to huge biodiversity and provide corridors for endangered species (like the cape leopard), and birds, amphibians, mammals, reptiles, and insects. Please see their Reforestation Initiative.

The Re-tree-t to the Forest is an intimate replacement for Greenpop’s Reforest Fest this year (which was cancelled due to pandemic restrictions on event scale).
Bring your friends and family and join us for a fun filled, healing and productive weekend!

All tickets include:
Ceremonial planting of over 1000 trees
Daily Meditation, Yoga and Ceremony
Hiking, biking, swimming
Live Music
Conscious dance
Food vending
Fireside jams (Bring your own musical instrument)
Fireside chats
Access to the breathtaking natural surrounds
Vegan and vegetarian food trucks on site
A variety of accommodation options to choose from.
For more info please click here
Or email [email protected]


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