Tzaneen – Kings Walden
About the Birding
Kings Walden is renowned for its beautiful Victorian gardens set on the edge of the escarpment with stunning views out over the Lowveld. This is an enchanting guest house to stay at or simply to spend time in the gardens. Situated on the Agatha escarpment above Tzaneen, this property attracts a mix of subtropical and montane bird species.
About the Birding Site
The Capricorn-Letaba birding route stretches from the city of Polokwane in the west to the Great Letaba River beyond the Letsitele valley in the east. The route runs just a few degrees south of the Tropic of Capricorn, mainly along the R71 road which links the towns of Polokwane, Haenertsburg, Tzaneen and Gravelotte.
Other Related Information
Access and facilities:
Kings Walden is located within the Wolkberg Forest Belt Important Bird Area and is nearby to the Magoebaskloof and New Agatha Forests. New Agatha supports a second resident pair of Bat Hawk. The gardens of Kings Walden are open to the public and picnics can be arranged by prior arrangement.