The owner of this 6269ha farm has been actively involved in game farming and especially game breeding since the early 2000. His passion for game and wildlife has compelled him to specialise in the breeding of rare and endangered species. Due to his hands-on approach the Seller has gained invaluable experience and knowledge in his endeavours to improve the gene pool and bloodline of his various breeds.
This Game Private Game and Hunting Farm is located in the Waterberg area of the Limpopo Province in the Vaalwater area of South Africa. It is also in close proximity to Welgevonden Big 5 and Entabeni Big 5, both reserves within an hour’s drive from the property. This private wildlife breeding reserve covers 6269 hectares of pristine Waterberg bushveld.
The developments for this property is of the highest standard and portrays a picture of this part of Africa and one cannot suppress the feeling that this is truly a wildlife paradise. Several hundred years ago, this area posed the last wild and uninhabited frontier in South Africa where the big five still roamed free and in numbers. This is also where nature lovers and hunters fell in love for the bushveld experience which includes wild animals and their fellow man.
Farm Portions : 7 Portions with full title deeds game fenced as one unit.
Address : In the Waterberg area of the Limpopo Province South Africa
Land Size : 6269ha
Local Authority : Greater Ellisras Local Municipality
Title Deeds : This property has 7 title deeds registered in the Seller’s Company and it is VAT registered.
Deeds Registry : Limpopo Province
Description: This Game Farm spreads over 62690 of pristine bushveld/savanna and rare indigenous forest in the Waterberg mountains in South Africa’s Limpopo Province and is a combination farm of exquisite lodging, game breeding and sustainable hunting.
1) Lodge area
Elegance were the starting point when this Lodge were planned . . . comfortable, private and unique were the result.
There is a beautiful 2 Bedroom house constructed with views overlooking a huge dam and there is an entertainment room.
4 thatch roof double en-suite chalets,
1 x Free standing building and
3 x Lock-up garages.
1 x Managers house,
1 x Hunters camp consisting of 4 Hunters chalets,
Several store rooms, a fully equipped butchery, Workshops and Tool sheds, Staff accommodation as well as a Mountain Chalet with many more to see.
All developments speak of the splendour of a more grandiose era. This is where you can embrace a true African experience in comfort, style and luxury.
The Boreholes is very strong and only some of them are equipped. Drinking holes for game are widely spread all over the property. There are several earth dams including one massive earth dam as well as a perennial river that flows through the farm.
Fences and Camps
The farm’s boundary fence is 2.4m high, 21 stands are has some electrified fencing as well. The Seller recently opened all his breeding camps so that all the game can roam freely
The following game do occur naturally on the open property:
Impala ±92 Zebra ±34 Waterbuck ±31 Kudu ±46
Eland ±33 Nyala ±38 Red Hartebeest ±2 Blue Wildebeest ±43
Giraffe ±42 Tsetsebe ±34 Buffalo ±50 Blessbuck ±23
Black Impala ±2 Bushpig ±25 Golden Wilde Beest ±3 Hippo ±5
Hyena ±15 Klipspringer ±62 Oryx ±21 Roan ±1
Sable ±75 Bushbuck/Rheedbuck ±15 Warthog ±100
Note: The game numbers are very conservative and the owner believes it is accurate.
Free roaming Game
Duiker, Warthog, Bushpig, Rock rabbit, Porcupine, Ant bear, Pangolin, Chacma baboon, Vervet monkey, Yellow mongoose, African wild cat, Honey badger, Hedgehog, Lesser bush baby, Slender mongoose, Tree squirrel etc. This farm has exceptional nocturnal life.
There is a great variety grasses and trees. Available upon request is a fully 79-page Habitat and Game Assessment report. Herewith is just a short list of just a few of the many trees: