Application Form - Farmers

For those entrepreneurial farmers looking to develop their own Agritourism attraction, we're here to help promote and grow your business. Enter your details below and we will be in contact with you.

Becoming a member of the Association of Agritourism South Africa has several benefits:
  • To champion the development of the Agritourism sector in South Africa.
  • To liaise with Agricultural and Tourism stakeholders on behalf of farmers
  • Video footage is free for all members (T&C's apply)
  • Website listings and Social Media Campaigns are free fro all members (note: we are not a booking site)
  • Representation at trade and consumer shows
  • Writing articles on behalf of farmers for National & International Publications
  • Research conducted on behalf of farmers with regards to Agritourism
  • Assist members with establishing tourism accommodation on farms (such as camp sites)
  • Assist with enterprise development (such as innovative small-scale start-ups on the farm operated by the labour force and co-experiences aimed at visiting tourists
The One-off joining fee is R500

Membership Fee: R1500 per annum (Farmer membership is for a working farmer who has some type of Agritourism activity on the farm)

Corporate Membership Fee: R2750 per annum (Corporate membership is for a company that has several farms or it could be an Association that wants to be involved in Agritourism)

Please provide a minimum of 7 images. One of the images will be used for the header the rest are for the gallery. Click here for an example. Please send large images (minimum 1200px wide, 72dpi)

Banking Details:
Agritourism Africa (Pty) Ltd
Standard Bank
Business Current Account
Account Number: 270 250 107
Branch: Business Online

Please send proof of payment to:

Download the Membership form HERE or fill in your detail below.

Please let us know your name.
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