About Us


Hello Indigo Halo was established while travelling the world. We have met some talented entrepreneurs and discovered so many beautiful crafts on our travels. There are so many unique and fascinating trinkets, clothing, bags, jewellery and decor that we wanted to take home.

So we decided to share the treasures we discovered with others, so you too can enjoy these beautiful crafts in South Africa. In 2018 Hello Indigo Halo was born and after many hours, days and weeks our online store came to life.

We are always on the lookout for new products and clothing with a spiritual. bohemian, hippy, Tibetan, eccentric or sustainable feel. The site gets updated every week with new stock so keep checking back but remember limited stocks are available.

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Lisa (aka Teacher Lee) and Lisa (aka Teacher Lisa) are full time travel bloggers, teachers, volunteers and digital nomads. We are always on looking for unique and out of the ordinary places to visit during around the world. You can read more about our adventures on our travel blog “Soul Drifters

In June 2018 we left our corporate jobs in the advertising industry to peruse our passion for travel, learning about different cultures and helping others. We sold our home, cars and most of our possessions, leaving only a few boxes behind in storage.

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Where in the world have we been so far?

Philippines, India, Nepal, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, England, Scotland, Whales, Ireland, Lesotho, Swaziland, Mozambique, France, Netherlands, Zanzibar, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Cambodia and more.


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Need to get hold of us? If you have a question about one of our products or need to speak to us, then please send an email to helloindigohalo@gmail.com

We will reply as soon as we can but please allow up to 36 hours due to time differences/ connection in remote areas while travelling.


Are you from South Africa? Do you make quality, locally made products or crafts that you would like to showcase on our website?  We love supporting local!  Please drop us a mail here and find out how we can work together to showcase your product.

We love all things eco-friendly, sustainable, bohemian, hippy, eccentric, positive, spiritual or unique. We look forward to hearing from you! Please allow up to 36 hours for us to reply due to time differences/ working from remote areas.


SHIPPING – We only use door to door courier to ensure your order gets to you safely, as quick as possible and in good condition. If you spend R850 or more we offer free delivery, alternatively we offer a flat courier rate of R69.00 per order to anywhere in South Africa. Please allow 2 – 4 working days for your order to arrive if you are in a main centre. If you are outside any of the main city centres in South Africa, please allow 2 – 6 working days for your order to arrive.

Please note, we do not ship outside South Africa from this website. If you are based outside South Africa and would like to purchase an item, then please send us an email so we can quote for shipping accordingly.

PAYMENT – We only use PayFast as our payment gateway. PayFast is one of South Africa’s top payment gateways – it is easy, secure and instant. You can pay using your Cheque/ Credit Cards, Instant EFT, Masterpass, Zapper or Bitcoin.


NOTE: We do not use plastic to package our products. We will only use recycled products/ certain papers etc.

During our travels we have realised how much damage humans have caused our beautiful planet.

We are trying to do our bit, no matter how small it may seem.

Pick up a bag of rubbish while hiking, dive some waste out the ocean while snorkelling, reuse or refill our plastic bottles, invest in a reusable straw, recycle and try to follow/ support a few campaigns that are passionate about making a difference.

POLLUTION – The pollution around the world is very sad. Looking at the streets in underdeveloped countries, popular hiking paths spoiled with rubbish, beautiful beaches full of waste and the harm that plastic has caused animals on land and under the sea is not acceptable.

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Awesome campaigns/ organisations & pages that is making a difference and worth checking out:

Best part is you don’t always need money to show your support or help out. (Please let us know if you know of any others places worth mentioning that are not listed here so we can share.)

KZN Beach cleanup – If you in the Durban area then grab the kids and even if you spend just 30min helping out with this beach clean up it WILL make a difference. It will leave you feeling good and show what a difference 1 little piece of plastic can really make.