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Putting Home Grown on the map

Writer: Elaine Davie.

It would be difficult to imagine two people more passionate about their home environment, or more determined to both protect and share it with others, than a Kleinmond mother and daughter team with big dreams. They are Leticia and Louzanne Andreae and, appropriately, they are about to launch a new tourism initiative called Home Grown.

Cookies from Louzanne before the horse trail begins.
The Home Grown team: Sheldon Els, marine guide; Leticia Andreae and her daughter Louzanne, horse trails specialists.

There was never any doubt that Leticia and her husband would retire to Kleinmond; her connection with the town goes back several generations. So after returning to this familiar and much-loved environment three years ago, it took little effort to persuade their daughter, a qualified game ranger and tour guide, as well as a passionate equestrian, to join them. And it didn’t take long for the two of them to put their heads together to dream up a tour company with a difference.

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