Twin Falls, Karkloof, KZN

Birds are our Story

25th June 2020

Sally’s physiotherapist suggested that we visit Twin Falls to do some birding which has indigenous forest – a farm a few kilometres past Karkloof Conservancy near Howick, KZN.

As the name implies one wanders through indigenous forest following a stream up to two separate waterfalls. It is a South African Natural Heritage site No.68 and apparently is popular with birders.

Sally made the arrangements for our visit with Victor Shaw – Tel: 082 685 8106. On arrival at the farm we were met by Tracy who directed us to the start of the walk. The cost is R50 per person. Tracy opened up one of the cottages and told us that it had tea and coffee inside if we would like some at the end of our walk. There are 2 self-catering cottages on the property.

Tracy also offered us the chance to take a guide which…

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