Kamagu is ever striding to be a self-sufficient homestead. It is similar to the recently popular Alaskan style reality-shows, where all the food is grown and harvested in an organic sustainable and ethical manner on-site, without the use of packaging and other things that negatively influence the carbon footprint.
Guests from urban areas have the unique opportunity to introduce their children to waking up early, collecting fresh eggs and fruit/veggies for breakfast.
Kamagu’s farming activities include a large production of organic butternuts, 8 hectares of olive trees and olive oil, organic chicken and eggs, organic rabbits, organic free-roaming sheep, cattle and goats.
We have raised vegetable gardens, where guests can harvest their own vegetables such as carrots, squash, pattipans, butternut, spinach, spring onions, etc and we have a 1-hectare tree orchard, which induces apples, oranges, lemons, plums, pomegranates and peaches.
These trees were the organic selection to ensure that several varieties of each kind of fruit that come into harvest, a month part, with the intention to have organic fruit always available for guests to harvest.
We are in the process of making a cookbook based on the ingredients that are available on the farm which will be out shortly.