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Brazil Agri-Tours

Technical Tours for the Tropical Agribusiness Sector

Brazil - Africa 

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The Brazilian Cerrado is agro-climatically similar to many parts of the African Savanna. Delegates will therefore have the opportunity to see how similar land and climatic conditions can perform outstandingly in combination with modern technologies and integrated production techniques.

For 2021 tours we are on hold due to Covid 19. For past tour itineraries please see below



We take into consideration each delegate’s specific area of interest, but offer a diversity of agro-production case studies including:

• CAMPO Research & Testing Laboratory

• Integrated Forestry, Crops & Livestock (IFCL) Systems

• Integrated Crops & Livestock (ICL) Systems

• Syntropic & Regenerative Farming Systems

• Co-Operative Handling

• Agro-Processing

• Value Addition - Milk, Cheese, Fruit & Vegetable Varieties

• And more


All delegates are required to arrive in Brasilia on a specified Saturday in April or May. The itinerary runs for 8 days and 7 nights and will therefore end on the evening of the following Friday.


The African continent has the potential be one of the world's food-producing powerhouses. But Africa’s agriculture has characteristically lagged behind other sectors with domestic food production increasing at an average of just 2.7% a year, barely keeping pace with population growth rates and resulting in the continent being a net food importer with an estimated value of US $ 35 billion per year.

40 years ago, Brazil faced similar challenges and imported 30% of its food. Thanks to the dedicated efforts of Government and Research combined with strategic Public and Private Investment, Brazil is now the second largest food exporter in the world, benchmarking a diversity of translatable agri-success stories that straddle the elusive triple bottom line of economic growth, social inclusion and ecological wellbeing.

Specific to the African climatological and geographical context, the technological development in tropical agriculture of the Brazilian “Cerrado” (savanna) Region is crucial. This area has become the country’s largest producer of soybeans, corn, cotton and livestock as well as achieving self-sufficiency in a range of vegetable and fruit crops.

The objective of this technical visit is to witness a diversity of examples across the Cerrado’s agri-sector including livestock, forestry, syntropic and restoration ventures, cooperatives working with small-scale farms as well as broadacre agricultural production, processing and value addition, all of which have been selected according to their replicability across the world’s tropical landscapes.


Your Hosts

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L.E.A.F Africa

L.E.A.F. Africa is a genuine African management and consulting company headquartered in Kenya with complementary

Brazilian capacity. Created due to the immense opportunities Africa offers to both investors and strategic partners across the

future facing agriculture and forestry sectors, L.E.A.F. Africa is a full-service solutions provider with the aim of offering

economically viable and ecologically sound solutions to investors across the continent.

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CAMPO are world leaders in Tropical Agriculture. With more than 40 years of experience pioneering the implementation of

agricultural production and socio-economic development projects in the Brazilian Savannah. CAMPO specialises in Tropical

Agribusiness consultancy, agricultural and environmental analysis laboratories, plant multiplication laboratory (biotechnology),

and coffee and grain farming.

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BrazAfric Group of Companies (BGC) is the appointed agent and representative of world renowned manufacturers for pre and

post-harvest technology solutions. With over 23 years of operation and experience in Africa, BGC has a wealth of experience in

delivering turnkey projects, unitary equipment, expansion and modernisation of existing factories, as well as relocation and

reassembly of post-harvest processing equipment.

** Other regions of Brazil and specific tours can be arranged upon request for a minimum of 6 people at a cost to be advised


The total cost for the 7-day program is: US$ 2,650 per delegate.

Included in this price:

• 7 x nights hotel accommodation at minimum 4 star hotels - depending on cities we will travel to

• 7 x days full board catering - exclusive of alcohol or exotic drinks

• Mini bus transport to and from all site visits for 7 days

• A bilingual Portuguese-English agri guide for the duration of the itinerary

Excluded in this price:

• Personal costs i.e. communications, laundry and other individual expenses not listed above.

• Any domestic or international flights to/from Brasilia - delegates are advised to book full trip - from country of origin to Sao Paulo and from Sao Paulo to Brasilia and full return. If you require assistance on this we are happy to help.

All delegates are required to confirm participation by no later than the 10th March 2020 following a 50% non refundable deposit amount of US$ 1,325 to be received no later than 15th March 2020. Remaining 50% payment due on April 1st, 2020.

We are limiting the number of delegates to 10 in order to ensure the best possible results and that all delegates receive our utmost attention.


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