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Tree Spotting

One of the largest River Bush Willows in South Africa can be found on Andanté Game Farm. Even though it is very difficult to determine this amazing tree’s actual age, it is believed to be between 150 and 200 years old.

There are approximately 77 different tree species on Andanté Game Farm. These species are mostly Acacia and Combretum trees. Other species include Vaalboom (Terminalia sericea) and Wild Pear (Dombeya rotundifolia), which are the first trees to blossom in the veld, Shepherd’s tree (Boscia Albitrunca) Witgat in Afrikaans and the Marula (Sclerocarya birrea).

Hiking, Cycling & Bush Braais

Hiking and cycling for the whole family on the dirt roads which criss-cross the farm. Relaxing Bush Braais can be organized in the heart of the bush.


Bird Watching

More than 100 bird species have been recorded on Andanté Game Farm of which some are rare species. The amount of bird species on Andanté Game Farm is due to the water-rich areas on the farm. African Cuckoo Hawk / Koekoekvalk. An unusual find is the yellow variation of the Crimson‐breasted Shrike (Geel Rooiborslaksman). The yellow version of this shrike is very rare. Bee-eater Bird (Meropidae).

African Hoopoe
African Wattled Lapwing
Arrow‐marked Babbler
Barred Wren‐Warbler
Batis Chinspot
Black‐backed Puffback
Black‐collared Barbet
Black‐crowned Tchagra
Black‐headed Oriole
Blacksmith Lapwing
Blue Waxbill
Brown‐crowned Tchagra
Brown‐hooded Kingfisher
Cape Turtle‐Dove
Cardinal Woodpecker
Chestnut‐vented Tit‐Babbler
Common Indian Myna
Common Ostrich
Crested Barbet
Crested Francolin
Crimson‐breasted Shrike
Crowned Lapwing
Dark‐capped Bulbul
Egyptian Goose
Emerald‐spotted Wood‐Dove
Fork‐tailed Drongo
Glossy Cape Starling
Glossy Ibis
Go‐away‐bird
Golden‐tailed Woodpecker
Green Wood‐Hoopoe
Groundscraper Thrush
Helmeted Guineafowl
Kaapse glasogie
Laughing Dove
Lesser Striped Swallow
Little Swift
Long‐billed Crombec
Magpie Shrike
Marico Flycatcher
Marico Sunbird
Neddicky
Olive Thrush
Orange‐breasted Bush‐Shrike
Pallid Flycather
Rattling Cisticola
Red‐billed Hornbill
Red‐billed Oxpecker
Red‐breasted Swallow
Red‐eyed Dove
Red‐faced Mousebird
Southern Boubou
Southern Grey‐headed Sparrow
Speckled Mousebird
Spotted Thick‐knee
Spur‐winged Goose
Tawny-flanked Prinia
Village Weaver
White-bellied sunbird
White‐browed Scrub‐Robin
White‐browed Sparrow‐Weaver
White‐crested Helmet‐Shrike
White‐fronted Bee‐eater
White-rumped Swift
Yellow-bellied Greenbul
Yellow‐billed Hornbill
Yellow‐fronted Canary
Yellow‐fronted Tinkerbird



View Other Bird Species

Game Drives

If you are on a farm, you expect to see a tractor. If you are on a game farm you expect to see the game. Combine the two – and what better way to go on a game drive than to sit on a trailer being pulled by a classic Massey Ferguson tractor!

The restored 1960 Massey Ferguson S35 tractor has been named “My Lady”. It was restored by Hennie Viviers whose hobby is restoring old classic tractors. He also built the trailers used for taking visitors on tours around the Johannesburg Zoo so was the ideal person to ask to build a “game trailer” for game viewing on Andanté Game Farm.

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