Experience Eswatini July 2022

July 16, 2022 – July 26, 2022


We plan to host Camp Canaan with the children at Project Canaan! Adjustments and modifications will be made that allow for safe social distancing for kids, staff and trip participants. This trip will also include a celebration of the 10th Anniversary of the opening of the El Roi Baby Home. You will have one day “off property” where you will visit a local game drive and have a chance to do some shopping at a local market. The opportunity to serve in other capacities is available, however at this time, we are still determining what is best for all as we bring trips back to Project Canaan. We will be in close communication with all travelers and give frequent updates as we adapt our itinerary, so you are well prepared and informed. Learn about our COVID-19 Policy below. All travelers must comply with international travel restrictions and with the operational requirements mandated by Project Canaan.

Each participant will be encouraged to maintain a group mindset throughout your trip. We want to ensure that everyone has a great experience, and we make preparations based on what is best for the group. As Project Canaan grows, specifically our children’s campus, we must make modifications that are going to best serve those on and off the property, as well as provide consistency and structure for the schedules our staff has worked so diligently to put in place. We appreciate your understanding as we strive to improve your trip experience!  


The Khutsala™ Artisan shop on Project Canaan will be open multiple times throughout the week, so you will be able to stock up on our beautiful Khutsala and Kufundza products. Our jewelry, Christmas ornaments, charcuterie boards and many other home items are all handmade on site, providing employment for our neighboring communities. All profits are used to further our mission of self-sustainability and to provide care for the 300+ children living on Project Canaan. These make great gifts or souvenirs, and each purchase truly makes an impact!


The trip cost is $5,805, which includes the ground costs and the airline ticket cost from Atlanta to Johannesburg, if you are booking your ticket through Heart for Africa (Canada). For flights through another city, please contact our Guest Relations Assistant for costs. 

If making your travel arrangements through Heart for Africa (Canada), you will depart Canada on July 16th and arrive in Johannesburg, South Africa on July 17th. At the conclusion of the trip, you will depart Johannesburg July 25th and arrive in Canada on July 26th.

The costs of the trips include lodging, meals, supplies, ground transportation, administrative fees and airfare (if you have elected for us to arrange the air-portion of your trip). Due to cost and exchange rate adjustments, any remaining funds will go toward general support of the mission

*Please note:  The cost with airfare is based on our blocked seating rate with the airlines. Volunteers must register with air and meet the $1,000 funding deadline by 3/28/2022 in order to get the blocked seating rate. For registrations after this date, we will book individual tickets at the regular published fare at the time. If we do not have more than ten people sign up with airfare by March 28th, 2022, we cannot keep our block and we will need to book individual tickets. The total trip cost my change according to airline rates at the time.

Self Bookers

If you are self-booking your airfare (not booking through Heart for Africa (Canada)), you will need to coordinate your arrival and departure in South Africa with us in order to join the rest of the team. The ground costs for your trip will be $2,770. Please contact our Guest Relations Assistant with your travel arrangements.

*Please note that Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) does not permit issuance of official tax receipts for payments made toward service trips.

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COVID-19 Policy| Trips to Project Canaan

In accordance with the duty of Heart for Africa to provide and maintain a workplace and work environment that is free of known hazards, each of the Board(s) of Directors for Heart for Africa (Eswatini), Heart for Africa (Canada), and Heart for Africa (U.S.) have approved this policy to safeguard the health of Project Canaan’s residents, employees and their families; the people and organizations receiving services from Project Canaan; and the community at large from the spread of COVID-19. All travelers must comply with international travel restrictions and with the operational requirements mandated by Project Canaan.

All trip participants are currently required to provide proof of negative PCR tests for entry into and exit from South Africa and Eswatini. Upon arrival at Project Canaan, trip participants will also receive a rapid test to ensure they are COVID-negative. Unvaccinated trip participants will be required to wear a mask at all times while on Project Canaan. The Kingdom of Eswatini has mandated masks to be worn by everyone at all times in the community (anywhere off-site from Project Canaan).

Please see Heart for Africa’s Participant Agreement for more information about rules and policies related to travel to Project Canaan.

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Please register for this trip by clicking the button below.

Once you have completed your registration you will be directed to create your personal fundraising page.

Every trip participant MUST create a fundraising page through our new online donor platform powered by Kindful.

This page will serve as the link for you and your supporters to make donations to fund your trip. Once you have created your fundraising page, please make your $250 USD deposit to secure your spot on the trip.


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