Ndi a ni funa Tshulu
The heart of cultural exchange and sustainable community development in the chieftancy of HaMakuya, Limpopo. The Tshulu Wilderness Camp is located in the Tshianzwane Village.
Who We Are
Tshulu Trust is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation located in HaMakuya in northern Limpopo province
in South Africa, which aims to alleviate poverty and enhance local economic development by assisting the
community to utilise their natural and cultural resources sustainably - Dr Lara Allen, Tshulu Trust Co-Founder
Sustainable use of natural and cultural resources
Arts Community Engagement
Bringing together local musicians and schools to utilise, showcase, and practice cultural forms of music, dance, and art.
Accompanied by guides who translate and facilitate, visitors are invited to take part in the ordinary tasks of everyday life in rural Venda.
Collaborative Research Network
A trans-disciplinary research and education program that contributes to the sustainability and resilience of the greater Kruger National Park social-ecological system.
"Sustainable development is the pathway to the future we want for all. It offers a framework to generate economic growth, achieve social justice, exercise environmental stewardship and strengthen governance."