Coverage 32054km
Towns Visited 353
Projects 152
Hospitality Partners 405
CSR 116500ZAR
Next Trip 14 April 2018






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Meet Sarah, The EXPEDITION Project

GO: Why did you decide to volunteer with The EXPEDITION Project in South Africa?

Sarah: I am a South African and what makes The Expedition Project quite rare is that it is open to international and local volunteers. Usually experiences like this are too expensive for locals to participate in the way international volunteers do, however The EXPEDITION Project makes special provisions for locals to participate. I run an NPO and wanted to work with The Expedition Project during periods when I was not busy with my project duties and similarly The EXPEDITION Project wanted to see what my NPO was all about so for me it was an exciting opportunity and i enjoyed it thoroughly!


Mtunzini Legal Battle Against Local Mining Co. Continues

MTUNZINI residents who lost their court case to stop a large mining company from digging up heavy minerals on the doorstep of the town and local nature reserve have decided to fight on in their “David and Goliath” legal battle – despite being saddled with a hefty legal bill by the High Court.

The Mtunzini Conservancy, which went to court late last year to stop Tronox KZN Sands from mining next to the Zululand coastal resort town and Umlalazi Nature Reserve, confirmed yesterday that it applied for leave to appeal against both the judgment and costs order made by Durban High Court judge Rashid Vahed on January 8.


The Essence of the Traveller's Tale

The Evolution of The EXPEDITION Project

"But to look back from the stony plain along the road which led one to that place is not at all the same thing as walking along the road; the perspective, to say the least, changes only with the journey; only when the road has, all abruptly and treacherously, and with the absoluteness that permits no argument, turned or dropped or risen is one able to see all that one could not have seen from any other place."

James Baldwin, Go Tell it on the Mountains


The Long Road Ahead 

“Success is not a place at which one arrives but rather the spirit with which one undertakes and continues the journey.” Alex Noble

They say hindsight is 20:20 vision. What they forget to mention is that you earn that vision by having the courage to go somewhere. As I packed my 4x4 on the 31st December 2011, I had no idea what the next several months would entail. As with any journey, there were uncertainties. That was a given. Understood. Accepted. The only thing you can bank on as a traveller is that the journey will find you. But only if you hit the road.


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