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Although Kachana is a holiday destination it its own right we (Kachana Pastoral Company) do not conduct "tourism". Any 'paying-guest' facets of Kachana serve to subsidise our work in the rebuilding of biodiversity and of the natural productive capacity of the land.

We limit the number of guests on Kachana at any one time and we ensure privacy.

Visitors get to enjoy Kachana the way it really is...
Kachana is off the 'beaten track' and we intend to keep it that way...
In fact there is no road-access to Kachana.

Educational stays:
In conjunction with our "outdoor classroom" we offer:

(Possibilities of tax-deduction and/or subsidies for all of the above need to be clarified with your tax-advisor.)

Recreational stays:

As a pioneer of "Enviro-tourism"* we encourage people to support our work by enjoying some 'time out' on Kachana.

A few independent and diverse tour-companies on occasion offer unique Kachana experiences to their guests. They embrace our concept of 'Enviro-tourism'* and respect our management directives. Funds they contribute towards our work make them and their guests active partners in our land-care work.

  • Adventure Out
  • * 'Enviro-Tourism' is about paying a fair price for what we so often take for granted when we are out to have a good time away from home:

  • Fresh air
  • Clean water
  • Healthy food
  • The beauty of nature
  • 'Enviro-Tourism' is about ensuring that some money is spent on restoring and maintaining the resource that we go to enjoy.

    Each guest on Kachana makes a daily 'Eco-contribution' of $ 30.

    This money is used to restore and to maintain the biodiversity and health of this ruggedly beautiful landscape.
    This 'Eco-Contribution' allows guests to enjoy a unique out-back experience knowing that management is in place to maintain the environmental integrity of the area for future generations. It also allows us to begin environmental restoration in other areas.
    We encourage all tour-operators to consider doing the same.