Explore the Wild and Wonderful World of Foraging with Veld & Sea Workshops

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Discover the Art of Foraging with Veld & Sea

Embark on an extraordinary adventure with Veld & Sea’s foraging workshops. These workshops offer a transformative experience that connects participants with nature, community, and their inner wildling spirit.

Immerse Yourself in the Wonders of Wild Edibles

The workshops take place in Scarborough, a picturesque coastal town in South Africa that offers the ideal backdrop for foraging. The rugged landscape, majestic mountains, roaring seas, salty air, and mesmerizing mist along the shore set the scene for a magical experience.

Veld & Sea provides a unique opportunity to explore the abundance of wild edibles that flourish in this rich environment. From wild mushrooms, seaweeds, and shellfish to edible weeds, leaves, roots, and shoots, there is a veritable cornucopia of flavors and textures to indulge in.

Learn to Forage Sustainably with Veld & Sea

Foraging expert Roushana leads the workshops, emphasizing the importance of relying on local producers and feeding sustainably. Participants learn to embrace the seasons harmoniously and practice celebrating imperfect integration.

Catering to All Skill Levels

Veld & Sea’s workshops cater to all skill levels, whether you are a seasoned forager or a curious novice. Workshops cost R650 to R1200 per person for group bookings, while private experiences start at R4000 for two people. In addition, multi-day seminars and retreats are available annually for those seeking a more immersive experience.

Surf Shack Accommodation

After a day of wild exploration, Veld & Sea’s Surf Shack accommodation offers a cozy resting place. This beautifully refurbished caravan provides a unique lodging experience at R650 per person per night.

The Adventure Continues

Veld & Sea is expanding its offerings with an eco-conscious arena that will host talks, live shows, guided yoga, art classes, and more to deepen the connection between community and nature further.

Book Your Foraging Workshop Today

Visit veldandsea.com to book an upcoming workshop or subscribe to their event calendar. You can also find inspiration and stay connected by following @veldandsea on Instagram.

Unleash Your Inner Wildling Spirit

Embark on a journey with Veld & Sea and learn about the art of foraging while forging a deeper connection with the natural world and its surrounding community. Dive into the enchanting world of feeding with Veld & Sea and unlock the secrets of nature’s wild bounty.

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