540 Hectares farm situated in the heart of Eastern Cape wildlife areas, with moderate climate - warm summers and cool winters. Permission granted by Department of Economic Affairs, Environmental and Tourism and all RODs in place to build 70 lodges 300m² on 500m² plots.
Perfect for Eco-tourism with magnificent hiking and cycling trails and the possibility of several bush camps in dense indigenous bush, which would have very little impact on the development.
This Wildlife Estate is situated on the N2 60km from Port Elizabeth and 70km from Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, Republic of South Africa.
It borders the Amakala Game Reserve as well as Wycomvale International hunting farm. Just 6km from world known Shamwari Game Reserve. On the Southern side 12km from Addo Elephant Park and Colchester next to the Sundays River for water sport.
It is also only 7km from the well-known Nanaga Padstal.
Situated in the heart of Eastern-cape wildlife areas, with an average rainfall of 520mm throughout the year and falls within a Malaria free area. The bushveld of this Estate is in a magnificent condition with a strong Savannah - bush mixture.
What makes the property unique is that all the approvals are already in place. The Government has made it clear that they are no longer going to allocate and grant permission for any agricultural land for development and is free of any land claims.
Existing buildings consist of:
A newly built electric gate operated entrance.
A newly built house with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, open plan lounge, double garage. Braai facilities.
A newly built shed for storage space, where maintenance equipment and vehicles can
be kept. There are also ablution facilities installed with showers, basins and wash closets.
On a clear day one can see Port Elizabeth and at night PE’s fairy-tale lights.
Fully fenced for game with gravel roads.
Water sources consist of 5 boreholes - two tested for 3000L per hour each, but could deliver more, it was more than the need of 60 000L per day for the development. The 2 boreholes are already registered at the Department of Water Affairs.
Eskom electricity is available by means of a 300kw step down transformer. Power by means of an underground network to all nodes. Eskom is also in place, which is a big plus, as ESKOM no longer supplies power to such type of developments with the current power shortage.
Local Attractions Include:
• Addo Elephant Park
• Scotia Safaris
• Shamwari Game Reserve
• Amakhala Game Reserve
• Lalibela Game Reserve
• Port Elizabeth Airport is 60km away
• Grahamstown is 60km away
• Colchester on Sundays River