Fair Trade in Tourism
Travel South Africa and the world as a backpacker with awareness!
FTTSA protects our locals
Ever wondered if the locals you encounter whilst on holiday are getting a raw deal from scaly tour operators and dodgy establishments?
Well, Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa (FTTSA) is the world’s first tourism Fair Trade certification programme. And FTTSA certification means that your hard-earned holiday moola is going to the right places, and that the cultures and people you meet en-route are being treated with the respect and financial remuneration they deserve. Whether you want to certify your business or travel responsibly, FTTSA will help you play it free and fair.
(randomly selected service providers from all regions)
Farr Out B&B is situated on the outskirts of Paternoster on the West Coast.
This Plett backpackers is right up at the top of the Plettenberg Bay hill, with a great view.
(Plettenberg Bay,Garden Route)
Chill on the West Coast.
(Eland's Bay,West Coast)
This Addo backpackers is situated outside Port Elizabeth and close to the Addo National Park.
(Addo Elephant Park,Eastern Cape Inland and the Karoo)
The Tube ’n Axe is just 300m away from the Stormsriver Adventure Centre - this is Wild Adventure Frontier Territory.
Nestled in a rural conservation village, these two self-catering timber cottages are perfect for snuggle sessions between surfing, fishing and hiking.
(Scarborough and Kommetjie,Cape Town)
Daytrippers offers a wonderful way to explore the Cape peninsula and winelands by bicycle.
(Cape Town City Centre,Cape Town)
Gecko Lounge backpackers is the perfect place to take some Malawian time out at the lake.
This is Cape Town's longest running travel centre.
(Cape Town City Bowl,Cape Town)
An awesome Backpacker experience never to be forgotten