Waterberg – Lindani
About the Birding
Lindani is a 3,000 hectare private game farm situated near Vaalwater boasting a high habitat diversity including open bushveld savannahs, several large dams and wetlands, and sandstone cliffs. Over 240 bird species have been recorded including the Knob-billed and African Black Ducks, African Snipe, Temminck’s Courser, Denham’s Busrard, Shelley’s Francolin, African Hawk-eagle, Bat Hawk, Jacobin Cuckoo (summer), Ant-eating Chat, Grey Tit-flycatcher, Verreaux’s Eagle and various larks and pipits.
BirdLife South Africa-trained bird guide, Paul Nkhumane, grew up on this reserve and is a resident here.
About the Birding Site
Guided game drives are offered and guests also have the freedom to explore Lindani on foot, bicycle or in their own vehicles. There are 8 generously equipped self-catering lodges accommodating 4 to 8 people each and an 8-bedded tented camp; these are all set far apart and booked to a single group to ensure privacy. Guests can also order a selection of freshly prepared meals from the farm kitchen.
Lindani is situated on the Melkrivier road, from Vaalwater, and from Marken to Vaalwater.
GPS: -24.046, 28.340
An entrance fee of R100 is payable per person for self-drive exploration of the farm.
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For more information, please contact:
Cell: +27(0)83 631 5579
Paul is a BirdLife South Africa-trained guide who operates across Limpopo Province. He is resident at Lindani.
Text prepared by:
Daniel Danckwerts (Rockjumper Birding Tours)