One Woman Can Make a Difference, but Together we can Rock The World!

One Woman South Africa Adventure is designed to bring women together from around the globe together to create positive change in our world.

We believe that all women are born leaders with incredible gifts to share with the world. This global impact can only be intensified by uniting together, to learn from each other, inspire, create and take action!

By attending this amazing trip, you will experience unique interactive activities, cultural enrichment, incredible excursions, life changing experiences, new friendships, and create memories to last a lifetime exploring the beauty and the people of South Africa.

Attend the Adventure

August 7th - 19th (12 nights)

Your adventure includes 12 nights hotel (check in August 7th) and 13 Days of exciting and empowering activities and excursions.
$500 CAD (non-refundable) deposit required to secure your space.

$3500 CAD (shared accommodation)

ADD ADDITIONAL HOTEL NIGHTS (breakfast included)
$75 CAD per night (shared) | $150 CAD per night (single occupancy)

One Woman and Southern Africa Embrace Foundation

One Woman’s partner charity for this empowerment trip to South Africa is Southern Africa Embrace Foundation (SAE Fdn).  SAE, is a Canadian registered International development charity launched in 2010. The organization advocates, supports and promotes the well-being of women and girls from the rural areas of Ndwendwe, Msinga, Mkhanyakude, Maphumulo and Nongoma through education sponsorships, sanitary towel donations and in the provision of micro financing towards income generating self sustainability projects such as farming, traditional art and crafts, basketry, pottery and traditional clothes making. The products are sold by the artisans at low income rural markets, fair trade markets in urban cities and overseas by SAE Fdn to continue the socio and economic empowerment of the women in their respective communities.

Part of your registration in the One Woman SA Adventure will be used to support young girls with sanitary towels as well as help in the purchase of raw materials and resources for the women’s handicrafts projects. During our trip you will have the opportunity to visit a few of the local homes in the Ndwendwe area where the individual artisans reside so as to immerse ourselves in their culture and surrounding.  You will also be able to sit with the women artisans group to hear about their community initiatives, their resilient stories of how they keep their families together, taste some Zulu traditional food as well as get some hands on training on beading from the masters themselves. Our time with the community will also give us a chance to share our own lives and stories which will encourage the exchange of knowledge and culture as women in the world!