HOSA Projects / VOSA Projekte


Comming Projects / Komende Projekte Click on description for more information where available.
Date/DatumDescription/BeskrywingStatus
2015/06Stapleiers kursus 2015In planning.
2015/08Vis skeurvalei skoonmaak / Fish canyon clean-upIn planning.
2015kykNET - TV Reeks / kykNET - TV Series In planning.
2016Skatstap 2016 / Treasure hiking HIKING 2016 In planning.

Complete Projects / Afgehandelde Projekte Click on description for more information where available
Date/DatumLocation/PlekDescription/BeskrywingStatus
2015/03/07PretoriaHOSA AGM / VOSA AJVC.
2014/09/06CenturionStapleiers kursus-Sien [Opleiding]C.
2014/01/01-06/30RSATreasure Hike Competition / Skatstap kompetisie 2014C.
2014/03/15PretoriaHOSA AGM / VOSA AGMC.
2012/10/05-07PretoriaIndaba - Quo Vadis 5-7 Oct 2012C.
2012/09/26Namibia2012 Fish River Clean UpC.

DETAIL:

HOSA Treasure Hike Competition / Skatstap kompetisie : 1 Jan 2014 - 30 Junie 2014

HOSA managment and winners / VOSA bestuur en wenners.
The main aim of the competition was to promote and encourage a healthy life-style through the participation in hiking activities. Big cash prizes, free hiking weekends and 65 gift vouchers between R 500 and R 1000 each was awarded to participating hikers, by means of lucky draws. The draw had take place on 02 August 2014 in Pretoria.

Roetes wat deel was van die komptiesie was : Num Num (5 dae), Suikerboschfontein (2 dae), Wolhuter KNP SANParke, Napi KNP SANParke, Mount Komati (2 dae), Cannibal (2 dae), Ribbok (SANParks) (2 dae), Poplar Grove (2dae) , Kareeberg {Rustig} (2dae), Groenkloof (dagstap) Wonderboom (dagstap), Klipspringer SANParks (3dae) en Strandloper (4 dae).

Kontant pryse het gegaan aan K Strauss - R1000, AC Vlok - R1000, PC - Grobler - R1000, H Globler - R2000 en EW Moolman - R2000.

Die persone wat die gratis Roetenaweke gewen het was Ilze Venter : Sanparke se roete in die Wildtuin (Waarde R16 000), Petro Steyn : Num Num se 5 dag staproete<, Heidi Kotze : Strandloper en Michelle Viviers : Cannibal.
Hikers had qualify for a prize by participating in the TREASURE HIKE on the selected trails. Treasure points had appear on the trails and hikers was be given a question to answer about the route.
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Indaba - Quo Vadis 5-7 Oct 2012
An Indaba with the theme; 'Quo Vadis? How can we stimulate new interest in the hiking industry and in the process grow Tourism in Southern Africa?', will be hosted by the Hiking Organisation of Southern Africa (HOSA) at Rietvlei Nature Reserve from 5 to 7 October 2012.

Of special significance for the Indaba is that HOSA aims to build strong partnerships between role players within the hiking fraternity and wishes to set up a communication forum in order to provide support for those involved relating to trail building and maintenance thereof, hikers' attitudes and preferences, pricing and marketing for both the local and international hiking industry. Furthermore, stakeholders need to be made aware of the important role the hiking sector plays as part of the tourism industry and that the transformation of the hiking industry has taken big steps forward to include non-traditional hikers in a meaningful way.

Who should attend? All owners and managers of hiking trails private and corporate, hikers - individuals and club members, booking agents, equipment providers, trail builders/auditors, tour operators and all other interested and affected parties.

Source :
www.tshwanetourism.co.za
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2012 Fish River Clean Up - 26 September 2012
"This years clean up took place from the 24th to the 28th of August. Ten energetic participants from the stakeholder groups, as well as 25 school children under the auspices of the Hiking Organisation of Southern Africa, took part in the event.

Even the normally inaccessible areas of the Fish River Canyon were covered during the 2012 campaign. To ease matters a bit, Namibia Breweries kindly sponsored T-shirts, drinks and water bottles.

The total amount of waste collected was in the region of 55 kg, all of which was carried out by hand for 90 km to the Ai/Ais Resort, from where it carted away by vehicle."

Source :
www.peaceparks.org
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